Sounds like a trendy tech term? Doesn’t it?
A lot of entrepreneurs who have just started out with their small establishments probably have heard of this term before landing on this page but are still a little confused what exactly it means.
Simply put, the cloud is a virtual place, partitioned in a secure area on a physical server in a commercial data centre where you can store your data or host an application. Instead of a business owning and operating large power hungry servers and the cost of IT personnel to support them, cloud infrastructure allows you to run business applications and programs on the internet securely.
Integrating the cloud into your business means you can store, access and manage your data from anywhere, at any time and in general through any internet connected device.
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Cloud computing is revolutionising many business computing processes, opening up new possibilities for both small and medium enterprises. Everything from data storage to customer services, software delivery, and mail storage facilities can be optimised using this exciting new technology to boost operational efficiencies. At the moment there are several trends emerging, along with a host of confusing new acronyms to remember. Let’s take a closer look at each of these.