Thursday, 28 August 2014 In General Questions

Gone are the days when we use to carry important companies data on an external hard disk, floppy disks, CDs or USB flash drives, file saving and sharing has undergone a significant evolution over the past decades. The devices for sharing files are becoming smaller and have higher capacities, but are not best suited for offline backup or stroage. Picture this; Your company has cctv installed on the premises the cctv stores all the video recorded into a decoder driver which is kept on the same office. Picture this two scanario.

Scenario 1. For unexplained reasons the decoder stops functioning and you can't recover the video stored inside.

Scenario 2. Burglars came and stole all the company equipments and made sure they also left with the cctv decoder. In this two scenario the company stand to loose big and the effort of catching or identifying the buglars won't be an easy task. Wait a minute what if the organization had an offline storage away from the company premise ? An off-line storage or backup is the process of replicating what is current on the premise cctv decoder or server to a different storage in a different location away from the office and nobody else can access it only the authorized users. This will save the company alot of money and time for data recovery. Cloud Storage is one of cloud services.Your company no longer need to save all your documents on one particular device. Instead, you can access your files from anywhere at any time, thanks to RWS CLOUD.”
The “cloud” has always been a metaphor for the Internet; in fact, cloud symbols are often used to portray the Internet on diagrams. As a virtual space that connects users from all over the world, the Internet is like a cloud, sharing information by way of networks sharing and storing Data. Cloud computing, in turn, refers to sharing resources, software, and information via a network, in this case the Internet. The information is stored on physical servers maintained and controlled by a cloud computing provider, such as Resilient Web Services Cloud. As a user, you access your stored information on the cloud via the Internet. By using cloud storage, you don’t have to store the information on your own hard drive. Instead, you can access it from any location and download it onto any device of your choice, including laptops, tablets, or smartphones. Moreover, you can also edit files, such as Word documents or PowerPoint presentations, simultaneously with other users, making it easier to work away from the office.
As a company you can run your applications or get an offline storage on our cloud at a very afordable rate which is billed per hour, day, month. You won't get this anywhere in East Africa.
Andvantages of cloud