The cloud also shifts the burden of disaster recovery from the business to the provider, meaning the use is able to leverage the global cloud infrastructure to manage their business IT support and focus on areas of differentiation
Brisbane, Australia (PRWEB) October 10, 2014
NetComp Solutions, a company that specializes in IT, backup, and web design services, recently announced its decision to expand its services to include cloud solutions. The new services include offsite backup, remote desktop, VPS hosting, and co-location resources.
According to an article published by the company, cloud-based computing and storage are becoming popular solutions for companies large and small. The cloud offers many perks to companies interested in computing and storage fixes, especially because the cloud does not use traditional hard drives. In this way, the cloud is an excellent option for companies who want to save money, obtain expanded storage, and have their data be more accessible—especially through offsite backups.
One of the main perks of cloud-based computing include Software-As-A-Service (SaaS). This is a low-cost type of cloud service removes the complexities of delivering critical business applications, such as file sharing, email, and ERP. At one point, businesses had to pay heavy software licensing fees and deal with high-tech hardware requirements in order to obtain business IT support, but SaaS offers companies the opportunity to use cost-effective, efficient, and secure business IT solutions.
Additionally, the cloud offers a great amount of storage space that is scalable—meaning it can grow in accordance to the user’s needs. This is evident in applications such as Google Docs and Dropbox, which allows users to store, view, and edit files in one place. These applications also permit users to collaborate on documents at the same time and are fairly simple to use.
“Apart from the obvious reason of low costs that are associated with making the switch to cloud-based services, having important files on the cloud means that you can access them from your office or your home whenever you need to without having to email those files back and forth,” noted NetComp Solutions’ latest article. “The cloud also shifts the burden of disaster recovery from the business to the provider, meaning the use is able to leverage the global cloud infrastructure to manage their business IT support and focus on areas of differentiation.”
Individuals interested in learning more about NetComp Solutions and its offsite backup resources can visit the company’s website for additional information. Clients are also welcome to contact NetComp Solutions with questions or concerns about its products using the company’s business email.
About NetComp Solutions:
Over the past few years, NetComp Solutions has established itself as a leader in the cloud solutions industry due to its wide variety of offerings. The company’s new services include offsite backup, remote desktop, VPS hosting, and server co-location. For more information, please visit http://netcomp.com.au/component/k2/15-benefits-of-using-cloud-solutions