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Cloud computing refers to the use of software, databases, and servers accessible via the Internet. Cloud-based applications do not have to be installed on physical hardware; the cloud provides the computing resources and software needed for them to function.

The Benefits:


Many businesses are hesitant to adopt a cloud-computing solution because of security concerns. However, there are many benefits to cloud computing. For example, a cloud host’s full-time job is to monitor security, which is significantly more efficient than an in-house system where an organization must divide its efforts between a list of IT concerns, with security being only one of them. Although some businesses don’t like to openly consider the possibility of internal data theft, the truth is that a high percentage of data thefts occur internally and are stolen by employees. It can actually be much safer to keep information offsite like in the cloud.


Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll be aware of the inflation not just in the United Kingdom but worldwide. Businesses are trying to cut costs and shifting to the cloud is a good first step.  Moving your operations to the cloud means that you essentially pay for what you use, so you don’t incur costs for any spare capacity, costly equipment, paying experts on-site, or system upgrades.

Disaster recovery

Every business should have a backup storage plan where they store all the copies of their data. If they encounter any corruption or data loss problem, they can retrieve data from their backup plan. Cloud services provide the best platform for business disaster recovery. Any company can use cloud storage as a data backup plan. If a company has experienced data loss, they can retrieve backup data from the cloud in minutes.


Companies can react quickly to current business needs by using cloud technology. The outcome is not just increased efficiency, but perhaps more importantly getting that one-up over your competitors. As a company flourishes, more storage space and bandwidth is often required to cope with increased traffic. Cloud servers can be deployed automatically to help businesses scale up and down and ensure optimum performance under heavy loads whenever you like.

There are countless benefits when using the cloud, make sure you check out our other cloud-based blogs here:

Hybrid IT: Why Cloud matters

What Is the Public Cloud and Why Should My Business Use It?

5 Things You Need to Know About the Cloud

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