Putting on our corporate caps, cloud computing refers to the delivery of computing and storage capacity. It is a technical term for the Internet, but it is expanding beyond this theory.
Cloud computing allows enterprises to get their applications up and running more efficiently, with improved manageability and less maintenance. It allows IT infrastructures to more rapidly adjust resources to meet inconsistent and erratic business demand.
At the foundation of cloud computing, there is a broader concept of converged infrastructure and shared services.
With technology companies attending the South London Jobs Fair and with business continuity an important topic on every companies agenda, cloud computing will surely be on everyone’s minds.
Cloud computing comes into focus when we think about what IT needs. Companies may find themselves in situations where they will need to increase capacity or add capabilities, train new staff or licensing new software.
Cloud computing and virtualisation simplifies your IT infrastructure, offering a more enhanced computing experience. By sharing the resources of a single computer across multiple applications in various locations the user can free themselves from physical and geographical restrictions.
As well as the many technical features and advantages which Virtualization can provide, Virtual systems can improve user experience and the way people compute. It also offers reduced running costs.
Physical Infrastructure Cost Reduction reduces the number of servers and related IT hardware in the data centre. This leads to reductions in a range of sectors which results in significantly lower IT costs. VMware reduces expenses and improves operating expenses through server consolidation.
Many offices are being constructed on a virtual platform, offering a trusting and reliable platform for building private clouds and merge public clouds.