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What Is Order Cloud?

After a technological breakthrough, cloud computing has undergone a transformation. Today, everyone can order cloud, and solutions are unfolding at lightning speed. Need to make a backup or protect important data? Are there not enough server resources?

Cloud technologies will cope with many tasks. Their application range is great, and it is growing every day. Moreover, encrypted communication protocols ensure their complete protection from external threats.

What does cloud work look like?

First, this is remote work, which requires the availability of the Internet. The speed of the Internet channel is not particularly important here since one stable megabit is enough.

All information is stored and processed on remote physical servers of the company, like G-Core Labs, which, in terms of work, do not differ from conventional machines. They have the same working environment and all the necessary software.

A special program is launched on the client device to connect to the remote desktop. The information is processed on powerful servers, so devices with an expensive configuration are not needed to connect. The main thing is that the client program starts on them and produces a stable picture.

As you can see, there are no difficulties in organizing work. However, there are many benefits.

  • Security and data protection – work is carried out using secure communication protocols, and all data are encrypted, eliminating the possibility of information leakage.
  • Mobility – clouds are available from anywhere in the world where there is the Internet.
  • Scalability – when a new employee appears, the deployment of their workplace takes minutes, and the deployment of branches takes weeks, not months.
  • Cost savings – there is no need to purchase expensive equipment for organizing office work.

There are also smaller benefits that will appear in the course of operation. It only takes a few weeks for you to realize that the quality of work has increased and the number of operational problems has decreased.

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