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November 19th, 2018

Cloud Computing

Firstly, what is Cloud Computing? Generally speaking, cloud computing is where a network of remote servers are used to store, manage, and process data. It is a way to lessen focus on physical computers and technology while increasing the amount of data stored.

Cloud Computing services are known to provide applications to run faster, more smoothly, as well as provide customers with flexibility of services from IT professionals in regards to management and maintenance. The ideas for Cloud Computing began in the 1960's, but did not come to be until the 2000's. Now, we have this amazing storage and sharing platform that makes data sharing easy, affordable, and understandable.

Along with the positives, there are a few negatives to Cloud computing, but don't worry, there are preventative solutions! seeing as your business has data within the cloud, you will want to protect that information from all hacks and spyware. In order to do so, you will need to implement a team to monitor your data within the cloud.

Luckily, NetCertPro can monitor your Cloud services and many other wonderful technology services that you may end up needing! included within our Cloud Computing Services, you will receive remote data backup and email hosting to ensure the constant accessibility to your business's important information. If you are interested in the protection side of the cloud, we also have other services that provide your data with protection!

For a full list of the network support and computer services we provide, click this link: https://netcertpro.com/. We would love to hear from you, call us at 843-606-6255 today!

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