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What is cloud computing?

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In a nutshell. Cloud computing is an on-demand availabilty of computer resources including data storage and computing power over the internet. This means processing is done on the cloud infrastructure as oppossed to on the user's device.

Benefits of cloud technology

Cost Saving

Since the application processing and or data storage is not actually done on the end user device but rather on the cloud, this allows for significant cost savings with regards to initial infrastructure investments.

Remote Access

With cloud computing, one can access their data and files from anywhere, using any internet enabled device such as smartphones, tablets, laptops or desktops, at their own convenience. This helps to promote a 'work-from-anywhere' approach thus working from home is made a breeze.

Data Back-up

With all the data being hosted on the cloud, recovering and restoring data is far much easier than having to worry about a laptop dying with all your work on the hard drive. It happens.


Cloud computing enables users from different geographic locations to collaborate on a project with ease.


Cloud applications are always updated to patch security flaws detected so as to keep the plaform and user data safe.

Can cloud computing work for me?

Absolutely. With the need for social distancing brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more companies are embracing the power of cloud computing which has enabled employees to transition from working in the office to working remotely from home in a seamless yet efficient manner. Certain software technologies can be used to acheive a seamless work friendly cloud experience. These range from: video conferencing, word processing, task management and assignment, timesheet management, as well as file storage and access. We are highly knowledgable on everything cloud and would like to use our expertise to create a seamless working environment for you and your organisation today.