What is the Cloud? Maybe you’ve heard the term thrown around but you don’t know exactly what it means. We’ll give you a little Cloud Technology 101.
If your business isn’t in the Cloud, you’ve got a few things that keep your business running: switches, routers, servers, desktop infrastructure, applications, phone systems, voice mail systems, Internet connections, remote access, on-site and off-site back-ups, and, depending on exactly what kind of business you have, the list goes on.
If your business isn’t in the Cloud, a significant portion of your company’s resources probably go toward implementing, managing, and maintaining a traditional business IT environment.
The Cloud changes all of this. Cloud technology connects your business to servers, applications, and other managed services located at a data center. Users access these resources via their laptops, smartphones, tablets, or desktops via the Internet.
The Cloud model is an attractive one because users no longer have to buy, manage and maintain equipment and software. Cloud users allow their Cloud services provider to do that for them.
Green Cloud exists to be a top-notch Cloud services provider that utilizes industry-leading technology that companies can confidently rely on to keep their data safe and secure.