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Benefits of the Cloud

As different technologies continue to become more advanced, cloud computing has quickly started to grow in popularity and user preference. As one of the top emerging virtualization trends, cloud computing is able to provide both businesses and personal users with more efficient computing solutions than ever before. Because various resources are allocated based on a specified demand, hosting providers are able to offer unlimited scalability that ensures high quality standards and optimal performance.

Enhanced Security

One of the biggest advantages that cloud computing provides is maximized security protection for all of one's business data and applications. Because of rigorous ISO standards, cloud servers can offer security measures that are unattainable through other computing resources. In addition, the Cloud utilizes a wide range of different encryption methods that make it more difficult for unauthorized users to access one's operational data, network and business applications.


Without question, cloud computing is one of the most cost-effective solutions available. Before cloud computing, organizations were forced to utilize their own, independent server. Over time, maintaining, updating and repairing any server related issues would prove to be extremely costly.

Now, through cloud computing, businesses no longer need to rely on their own stand alone server. Cloud computing allows different enterprises to share service providers that utilize their own servers that are hosted at a different location.

Disaster Recovery

Small businesses can’t afford, nor does it make financial sense, to have back-up servers waiting to take over if the primary server(s) fail. Having multiple of every critical piece of hardware so there are no single points of failure isn’t financially feasible either. Sophisticated managed service providers like Adopt Technologies have those redundancies built in so their customers don’t have to worry about it.

In addition, system configuration and data back-up recovery is established through sophisticated software such that your data and systems are backed up multiple times every day.      

Remote Accessibility

Cloud desktops allow businesses and their teams to access their entire work computer, all software and data, seamlessly from anywhere in the world on any device with an internet connection.  Prefer to use a tablet for travel or a Mac, but your business is Windows software based?  No problem, access your full work computer from any device and platform.  There is no need for file sharing, logging into servers through slow VPN connections or log-me-in type products. Work on your cloud desktop from anywhere as if you were sitting in your office.    

Data Management

Cloud computing allows one's organization to have a more effective solution when it comes to managing and storing all of the company's data. Through specialized backup and recovery solutions, one's enterprise will be able to manage and protect itself against potential data loss and network downtime.

This plays an important role in ensuring that business practices are continually optimized without losing valuable operational time. This specific approach allows one's business to think beyond conventional hardware devices, software installations and maintenance.

Better Performance

One of the main reasons that business data is typically lost is because of software corruptions, human error and hardware issues. In order to avoid these issues from occurring, one's IT company must prepare for a variety of different outages for each individual device.

Even when there are preventative measures in place, there are certain situation where they might still fail. To prevent various outages and downtime from happening, cloud computing is an ideal solution.

Increased Speed

By having all of one's company files and data stored on cloud servers, all of the valuable information can be accessed much quicker than ever before. Unlike traditional stand alone servers that can become bogged down with user requests and information overload, cloud servers have the ability to handle more data and user access that allows for an increase in speed. Not only that, but because cloud computing can be accessed from any location with an internet connection, one is able to connect to data more efficiently than an in-house, stand alone server can provide.

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