Cloud Computing Services & Solutions
With our parent company, ClearCube, we bring robust, scalable cloud solutions, also known as Desktop as a Service (Daas), to businesses of all sizes.
We've taken the guesswork out of deploying virtual desktops with our VDI bundle. Tested and proven, our end-to-end hardware and software solution delivers all the benefits of virtualization, including: low cost computing, energy efficiency and centralized management.
In the traditional client-server model, network infrastructures are not designed to be horizontally scalable1. Because of this, increasing capacity often involves replacing existing hardware, or adding new hardware that does not integrate with the existing system in a seamless way.
Because of the ad-hoc nature of this approach, costs can rise exponentially as an increase in technological capacity is needed. Businesses clearly want to spend as little as possible on their network while maintaining the highest standards of performance and reliability. Cloud Computing addresses these needs head-on.
Cloud and Virtualization Technologies Offered
- Microsoft 365 and BPOS
- ClearCube Virtualization Solutions
- Blade Workstations
- Zero Clients
- Thin Clients
Cloud Computing introduces a cost-cutting alternative
With the cloud model, less money is needed on hardware upgrades and purchases. Overall maintenance of an infrastructure becomes easier because resources are shared.
In addition to the obvious savings, there are also hidden savings. With cloud computing, the way in which your employees work does not change when new "nodes" are added. When new hardware and software are added under the traditional model, this is not always the case. Significant changes may need to be made to the daily work-flow. This obviously is a huge cost due to the time it takes to adjust to a new way of doing things, and to fix mistakes made in the process.
Cloud computing offers businesses the ability to grow without incurring exponentially increasing IT costs. The majority of computing operations will be done in the cloud in a few short years according to expert. In fact, much of it already is - the web browser, when accessing sites with rich functionality (like Facebook) can be thought of as a Cloud Computing access device in its own right. One day, however, most everything will be done in this fashion, on both large and small scales.
1. If a network architecture is "Horizontally Scalable", this means that is easy to increase the capacity (performance, ram, speed, etc.) simply by adding on a new "node" (for example, a new physical server).
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