Cloud Computing is a computing term or metaphor that evolved in the late 2000s, based on utility and consumption of computing resources. Cloud computing involves deploying groups of remote servers and software networks that allow centralized data storage and online access to computer services or resources.
Benefits of Cloud Based Software
- Disaster Recovery
- Automated software updates
- Work from anywhere
- Higher security
- Increased collaboration
So all you needed was a piece of software to support your business. You got one and then got the big surprise, it needs a complicated IT infrastructure implementation.
You implemented to your new infrastructure but then got to face the tough situation, your company spans different sites, and you need to connect them all to the system, which adds networking and replication overhead.
And if you solve all that, you’ll face Hardware maintenance, cooling, and electricity requirements.
So much overhead, and requirements hassle; while all you needed was just a piece of software.
That’s why Cloud Based Software was created.
WHY USE CLOUD BASED SOFTWARE
Cloud Based software eliminates the need for complex IT infrastructure and its operation. All you need is to use the application, and focus on your core business.
The idea of Cloud Based Software is to put your application on the cloud (the internet), and have it operated and maintained by professional IT people with international standards. This guarantees that your system is always up and running, and accessible from anywhere.
Now, all your sites and branches can access your application anytime. This will solve your centralization issues. No more replication or database functions required, it’s all centralized on the cloud.
You will not have more “System Down” screams from your team, or calls from other sites saying that they can’t access the system. Introducing new Software won’t have any disadvantages for your business. The Software will only support your business in functioning better.
One more reason for you to adopt Cloud Based Software is sizing. You only get what you need. Cloud computing is like electricity and water, you just pay for what you actually use. You don’t need to add hardware whenever your business grows and you scale out. All you need is to request more resources to your cloud based software, and in seconds you have it.
So if you need centralized software that is always available, accessible from anywhere, scales out automatically, and all that without any effort from your side… Then Cloud Based Software is what you are looking for.
HOW CAN AURA HELP YOU STIMULATE YOUR BUSINESS
Aura only uses technologies that provide real value to our customers. That’s why we adopt Cloud Based Software.
You’ll experience the benefits of Cloud Based Software when you work with us; you give us your requirements, we develop the software on the cloud. Once it’s completed you just get access to it, Voila! you have your application ready to go.
With Aura’s Cloud Based Software, no matter how advanced your requirements are, you don’t need to prepare any hardware or hire new team members to operate it. You just need Internet access.
That’s what makes the introduction of the software smooth and easy. And Aura will support you along the whole trip.
Powers and Benefits of Cloud based software
Cloud Based Software doesn’t require purchasing new hardware; it’s hosted on the internet.
You don’t need to hire IT staff to run your application, it’s reliable and operated by professional IT people.
Cloud Based Software is always available, and accessible from anywhere.
It scales in or out according to your needs, and provides load balancing and trafficking for your system, so you don’t feel any performance degradation as you get more customers.
With Cloud Based Software, you can now focus on your business and its growth, while being confident that you have a software that will keep up with you and always there to support your business.
- By 2014, businesses in the United States will spend more than $13 billion on cloud computing and managed hosting services.
- Throughout the next five years, a 44% annual growth in workloads for the public cloud versus an 8.9% growth for “on-premise” computing workloads is expected.
- 82% of companies reportedly saved money by moving to the cloud.
- 14% of companies downsized their IT after cloud adoption.