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With our help, you can reduce complexity and cost without putting your organization's infrastructure, information and intellectual property at risk. Our cloud storage services, included in our cloud computing services, offer organizations the ability to create a hybrid IT model that truly solves business needs – and gets you back online faster in the event of a disaster. Besides backup and recovery, our cloud storage solutions offer benefits for your entire storage plan, including:
Benefits of Cloud Storage
1. No More Backup Windows - Eliminate the restrictions of speed, space and transfer time experienced during that precious backup window. Ensure all your data is backed up without any effort on your part. Cloud storage will change the way you create and use backups by storing your data in highly-protected data centers outside your facility, meaning your data is always safely backed up off-site.
2. Faster Recovery/Less Infrastructure - Eliminate wait times. With cloud storage, there is much less time required to recover data because we build highly-available, highly-redundant storage vaults so that your data is simply there when you need it, all the time.
3. Better Storage Utilization - Remove the restrictions on what kind of data goes into storage, as well as the constraints of data management. With cloud storage, you won't run out of backup storage, and you'll feel better about actually utilizing your storage because you know it'll be protected.
4. Data Accessibility - Cloud storage allows your data to be available anytime you need it, wherever you need it, without complex and expensive remote-access schemes. You and your mobile employees can access data instantly from anywhere around the globe. It's safe, private, secure, and protected.
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Cloud storage refers to saving data to an off-site storage system maintained by a third party. Instead of storing information to your computer's hard drive or other local storage device, you save it to a remote database. On the surface, cloud storage has several advantages over traditional data storage including convenience and flexibility. For example, if you store your data on a cloud storage system, you'll be able to get to that data from any location that has Internet access. With the right storage system, you could even allow other people to access the data, turning a personal project into a collaborative effort.
A cloud storage system needs just one data server connected to the Internet. A client (e.g., a computer user subscribing to a cloud storage service) sends copies of files over the Internet to the data server, which then records the information. When the client wishes to retrieve the information, he or she accesses the data server through a Web-based interface. The server then either sends the files back to the client or allows the client to access and manipulate the files on the server itself. For redundancy, cloud storage systems generally ¬rely on hundreds of data servers. If something happens to an organization’s computer system, the data survives off-site. It's a digital-age variation of "don't put all your eggs in one basket."
Cloud storage is a subcategory of cloud computing. Cloud computing systems offer users access to not only storage, but also processing power and computer applications installed on a remote network.
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