Businesses that are interested in using Cloud Computing and want to keep their data at their location have the option to use a Hybrid Cloud.
Top 3 benefits of a Hybrid Cloud
1) Data Security management
Without data a business will halt in its tracks. With the use of a Hybrid Cloud the businesses sensitive data is protected behind their firewall outside of the public cloud.
2) Ability to leverage both Public & Private Cloud
With the Hybrid Cloud a business has the ability to place non sensitive data in a Public Cloud, and sensitive data in a Private Cloud. This allows staff & owners with specific permissions to access the data depending on their position.
The Cloud creates the ability to subscribe to your software with Software as a Service and hardware with Infrastructure as a Service. When a business expands it must buy hardware and software for staff.
Using the Cloud it can be purchased as a subscription allowing the business to add/reduce software and hardware allowing scalability with ease.
Schools Districts are always looking to provide the best tools for their Schools. When it comes to buying Software & Hardware many School Districts buy licenses by the thousand to provide all their schools the latest software.
With Cloud Computing the school district no longer has to buy in bulk, worry about aging hardware, or outdated software versions. With a simple phone call, or email they let us know how many users and the software required.
Without leaving their desk the student or teacher simply log-out of the Cloud, then log back in and your software is ready to go.
Top 3 Benefits for School Districts
- Prevent Downtime
– Virus’s, errors, and compatibility issues
- Prevent Loss of Data
– Grades, assignments, and emails
- Provide Remote Access
– Access grades, assignments, and work from anywhere