What is cloud computing?
Noun: The practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or personal computer.
Traditionally, companies have purchased expensive servers, requiring IT expertise to set them up and get them running smoothly. Then, you would need anti-virus, backup devices and. expensive software. With cloud computing, that's all gone! Instead of the complication of administering your own servers, you can out-source much of your IT infrastructure to trusted cloud-computing providers such as Google and Amazon.
For the individual, cloud computing can provide secure and automated backup, email and documents accessible from anywhere in the world and synchronisation between all your web-enabled devices.
At Southern Cross we understand the intricacies of Cloud Computing and can smoothly implement your transition to the Cloud - all your e-mail, all your documents, all your data …...for you, your team and your business.
- Access your data from anywhere
- Collaborative working
- Secure backup
- Share calendars, contacts, tasks, documents and e-mail
- Write documents, spread sheets and even presentations, just by using your web browser!
- All without additional hardware