In a fast-moving environment, it was a matter of time before the IT market was quickly taken by storm by cloud computing services. A “game changer” would be an understatement.
In a nutshell, cloud computing is a virtual working environment enabling you to access or develop software applications, simply by having an internet connection and nothing more. So, say, instead of buying and installing an application so that you make that small tweak that one time – and never more – you can just use a cloud computing alternative: since it is an on-demand service, you’ll pay only when you actually need something.
And this is merely the beginning – even in the financial department. Cloud computing means that you will never need to care about computer hardware or servers anymore, and even your IT partners (yeah, we know that it’s us!) will have a lot less (if anything) to worry about (thank you for that!). Scalability, shared resource, remote accessibility, secure automatic backup – cloud computing rocks and the only decision you have to made is not whether you should choose a cloud provider, but who is the one you are going to roll with.
AWS may be the leader, but if you have been using Office 365 then you are familiar with Azure’s SaaS and the benefits of collaborating on a project from any place. SaaS is only one part of the equation though, and we’re here to help you not only with it, but with the other two – IaaS and PaaS – as well.