Cloud Computing explained

“Cloud Computing” refers to the on-demand delivery of IT resources and applications hosted, delivered, and accessed remotely on the Internet rather than on a local server or personal computer, typically provided as either pay-as-you-go and/or tiered flat-rate pricing models.

The Cloud enables ubiquitous, convenient, and on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable IT and computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned, scaled, and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. It presents very attractive economic advantages, as well as speed, agility, flexibility, infinite elasticity, and a platform for innovation.

Cloud Computing Types

Although cloud computing is constantly evolving, it is generally composed of five essential characteristics, three primary service models, and four major deployment models. Learn more about cloud computing here.

Below is some information on the major Cloud computing models or types:

Which Cloud Model Is Right for My Organization?

Choosing the right Cloud model(s) for your business requires careful assessment, strategy, and planning before any concrete decisions can be made.

As a leading Managed IT Services Provider (MSP) that has delivered expert cloud strategy, management, and support for small businesses and enterprises for over decade, Western Digitech can help you choose and deploy the right cloud computing model(s) to adopt for your business IT needs today and in the future.

Our team of certified cloud computing experts and strategists take the time learn your business strategy and objectives and their relationship to your business technology. We then guide and assist you with choosing the best cloud strategy, as well as help you with cloud builds and deployments, cloud migrations, cloud management, cloud security, cloud applications, tools and much more!

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