We bundle in a variety of cloud services to simplify what servers or software is needed locally to give you a better value for each dollar you spend. Unlike some cloud exclusive companies, we mix and match between cloud and on-premises equipment to provide you with a customized solution to fit your specific business needs and budget.
When you work with us, we will keep up with the technology and help you decide what’s best for your business and your budget.

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NOTE: If you’re one of many who hears the word “cloud” and thinks of the weather, don’t worry, you’re still in the majority. According to PC Magazine Encyclopedia (PCMAG.com), here’s the information technology definition of “cloud”:

“A communications network. The word “cloud” often refers to the Internet. However, the term “cloud computing” refers to the services that have enabled the cloud to become so prominent in everyday life (see cloud computing). A cloud can be a wide area network (WAN) like the Internet or a local area network (LAN) within an organization. For decades, network diagrams have used a cloud-like symbol to reduce the entire infrastructure into simple entry and exit points. Cloud symbols are drawn when the network architecture is not material to the illustration. Inside the cloud, there may be any number of cables, routers, switches and servers that handle the forwarding of data from one point to another, as well as the required data processing. For decades, the cloud symbol has represented a network without divulging technical details. The symbol is used when only the points of entry and exit need to be identified. Quite often, the cloud is the Internet, and cloud computing on the Internet has several advantages for developers, content publishers and users.”


 

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