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Cloud hosting lets you host your business critical applications in a secure virtual environment thereby making them accessible on multiple devices from anywhere, anytime.
Cloud hosting offers a comprehensive range of benefits for your business data and applications, including high flexibility, security, cost effectiveness and unlimited storage.
Deployment of a cloud server depends on your choice of the operating system and the add-on features. Usually, it takes between 45- 60 minutes.
Our cloud based security measures are equipped with robust tools like Network Intrusion Detection System, File Integrity Checker, Firewall & more to leave no stone unturned for your data protection.
Public cloud services are breaking down into three broad categories: software-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service, and platform-as-a-service. SaaS is well known and consists of software applications delivered over the Web. Infrastructure-as-a-service refers to remotely accessible server and storage capacity, while platform-as-a-service is a compute-and-software platform that lets developers build and deploy Web applications on a hosted infrastructure.
Technically, you can put any application in the cloud. But that doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. For example, there’s little reason to run a desktop disk defragmentation or systems analysis tool in the cloud, because you want the application sitting on the desktop, dedicated to the system with little to no latency, says Pund-IT analyst Charles King.
More importantly, regulatory and compliance concerns prevent enterprises from putting certain applications in the cloud, particularly those involving sensitive customer data.
IDC surveys show the top uses of the cloud as being IT management, collaboration, personal and business applications, application development and deployment, and server and storage capacity.