What’s in a cloud?
Calling this internet storage phenomenon the ‘cloud’ is a bit of an understatement. There are vast banks of giant servers in warehouses across the globe; cloud upon cloud upon cloud. These towering grey cumulonimbi should be able to hold over 1 exabyte of information. That’s a fifth of all documented human history or, to put it in a more relatable way, 213 million HD movies. I’m pretty sure that even Barbie hasn’t made that many. Yet. Give her time…
Why should I care?
Being ‘in the cloud’ means saving money: buying less, or lower spec, hardware. It means flexibility: scaling up or down on storage or bandwidth as needed. It means reliability: your information is accessible even when your office is not. Of course, there are always going to be contentious aspects. The issues of who actually owns the data and how safe it is from hacking will continue to be debatable. But on the whole, the cloud is the future. Life-giving rain is coming to water new business ventures and partnerships. The desert of impossibility (am I taking this metaphor too far yet?) is receding day by day and the smart entrepreneur is putting on his galoshes and getting wet.
How does it work?
Our aim is to be metamorphic. Your customers need never know that they are not talking to you. We are adaptable. Like cumuli floating over your back yard, we can take on any shape to any person. You just have to tell us what you want. You have total cloud control.