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Advantages Of Cloud Computing

Advantages of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing tells us how to use the computer resources more efficiently. It is the name of the technology that has changed our point of view regarding software and hardware requirements. Interestingly, cloud computing is the mixture of various delivery models, technology, and latest ideas, but also includes other models in the sector of IT. These models are specially designed for companies that provide services over the Internet. Cloud computing allows the user to access servers, data center space, software, and any of the network equipment. The user can also have the required platform if he or she wants to build an application. Hosting and maintenance can also be done by using cloud computing.

Some of the advantages of cloud computing are as follows.

Decrease in cost

The biggest advantage of cloud computing is the elimination of the investment in stand-alone software or servers by the user. By cloud computing, one can easily save the overhead charges such as cost of data storage, software updates, management, and most importantly cost of quality control. Now anyone can use the services of cloud computing at affordable rates.

Speed and scalability of cloud services

With cloud computing, the user has no need to install the hardware or software for a new application; he or she can easily scale up or down the services, limiting them according to their requirements. There are many data centers that are located at multiple locations for the storage of data from near locations.

Innovation in technology

With the innovation in technology, the user has no need to manage or own the resources; cloud computing does that and provides the user the complete benefits.

Selection of location

Service providers can select the location for infrastructure freely, according to their requirements, minimizing their overhead expenses.

Use of device

Cloud computing services can be used and accessed from any device such as computer, mobile phone, or iPhone.

By Walter Bailey

Walter

Walter has been a technology freelance writer for several years. His focus is on Cloud Computing and Big Data.

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