Salesforce Cloud Computing Solutions
Cloud Computing Services
CTNeeds Cloud-based services no longer need complex disaster recovery plans. Our cloud computing providers take care of most issues, and they do it faster. Businesses which used the cloud were able to resolve issues in an average of 2.1 hours, nearly four times faster than businesses that didn’t use the cloud services. Cloud computing keeps all the files in one central location, and everyone works off on one central copy. Employees can even chat to each other whilst making changes together. This whole process makes collaboration stronger, which increases efficiency and improves a company’s bottom line.
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Software as a Service
Enterprise users also frequently make use of SaaS with many popular accounting, invoicing, sales, communications and CRM systems being delivered this way.
– Apps and data are accessible from any connected computer
– No data is lost if your computer breaks, as data is in the cloud
– Pay for what you use
– The service is able to dynamically scale to usage needs
– Updates are automated
– Cross device compatibility
– Routine backups
Platform as a Service
The kind of “as a service” determines the division of responsibility between consumer and provider.
PaaS implies that the service provider is responsible for run-time monitoring and management. The consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud infrastructure including network, servers, operating systems, or storage, but has control over the deployed applications and possibly application hosting environment configurations. PaaS provides a number of benefits to enterprises, including simplifying the development process for geographically split development teams. Other benefits include developing applications, faster marketing, deploying new web applications to the cloud in minutes and reducing complexity with middleware as a service.
Infrastructure as a Service
The resource is pulled from a pool of servers distributed across data centers under the provider’s control, the user is then granted access to this resource in order to build their own IT platforms. Instead of owning, managing and operating your own computer hardware, you can use computers that someone else owns, manages and operates. Benefits include lack of need to invest in your own hardware; dynamic workloads are supported by Infrastructure scales on demand and the availability of flexible and innovative services on demand.