Cloud services refer to infrastructures, platforms, or software systems that pool and share adaptable resources over a network, allowing users to access them via the internet to complement their local resources or use them entirely in the cloud.
The cloud infrastructure can work in conjunction with the client’s on-site infrastructure or replace it entirely. This means that all operations, data, and systems can be fully in the cloud or combined with servers located on the client’s premises. This provides flexibility and computing power to an organization, enabling them to perform backups, store information, and monitor it. This ensures that all protected documents are easily accessible to the user while keeping the information 100% secure.
There are various types of clouds that cater to different storage, security, and privacy needs. These can be provided by different vendors such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and others. Additionally, there are several cloud providers available in the market, including ones from different regions like Alibaba Cloud in Asia. Since access is via the web, clients have multiple cloud options. Some of the cloud options include:
These cloud options provide organizations with flexibility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness in managing their IT infrastructure and resources.