The world of Cloud Computing
Take your business out of the closet
Using software solutions we can transform or “virtualize” the hardware resources of a computer to create a fully functional virtual machine that runs its own operating system and applications just like a “real” computer. By breaking down the barriers between the ‘telecom closet’ and the data center, IT managers can now minimize voice management tasks, and consolidate voice and non-voice applications on a single server. The flexibility provided by virtualization means deployment and management of mobility, conferencing, collaboration and other voice applications are simplified, resulting in lower capital and operating costs.
Cloud security is as good or better than other traditional systems, although the complexity of security is greatly increased when data is shared over a wider system or greater number of devices. Private cloud installations are in part motivated by users’ desire to retain control over the infrastructure and avoid losing control of information security.The scope of cloud-based security can be extended to surveillance imaging solutions linked up to digital video cameras and time-lapse video recorders and monitors.
Using a network of virtualized storage pools where data is stored primarily at large data centers, and people who require their data to be hosted can buy or lease storage capacity. Cloud storage services may be accessed through a Web-serviced Application Programming Interface (API), a cloud storage gateway, or through a Web-based user interface.
By integrating cloud computing with mobile devices applications and data kept on a remote Internet cloud we can empower nearly every mobile user to connect with a suitable mobile browser. Rather than rely on large and powerful configurations (e.g., CPU speed and memory capacity) or the limited processing and storage capacity of an individual handheld device, mobile cloud computing can access all the data and complicated computing modules available in the clouds.
Cloud architecture involved in the delivery of cloud computing typically requires multiple cloud components communicating with each other. Cloud-based networks are engineered using a systematic approach to process and integrate contributions from diverse areas such as software, Web sharing, performance, databases, and platforms.