Cloud Computing Services

What is Cloud Computing? We will break it down to 6 simple features.

It’s virtual

Imagine racks of servers humming along in a data center. Together, these servers become a massive pool of resources. Divide this “pool” into multiple virtual servers, and you create a “cloud.”

It can be secure

For the utmost security, a private cloud is created on dedicated hardware. But security measures in place must be put, no matter which cloud selected.
It’s flexible and scalable

Since virtual servers aren’t physical, they are super flexible, giving you what you need at the moment. Spin up a server in minutes, and take it down just as easily.


You’ll get the greatest cost savings in the public cloud, where your virtual servers run on physical servers that you share with other customers.
It’s either open or closed

In the open cloud, you can easily move your cloud around—without being locked into one provider or a closed, proprietary technology.

It can be secure and affordable

A hybrid cloud gives you the benefits of both public and private clouds. For instance, you can put public-facing components in a public cloud, while storing customer-sensitive data in a private cloud.