Today everyone is talking about “cloud.”
Learn what does it mean?

In works of art, from the photos of Ansel Adams to the paintings of ancient Chinese artists, clouds have often been given tangible form and purpose. But today Computing has reached Clouds and Cloud Computing is a better model for today’s economy. Let’s learn what this is all about.

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What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud Computing is both an art and technology of delivering computing resources (hardware and software) over the internet. It can also be described as an Internet Centric Software.

Around world there are ever number of growing companies providing Cloud based software applications to the companies and enterprises of all sizes.

How Cloud Computing works?

  • Cloud software isn’t tied to any specific operating system. It works on any device you have.
  • Cloud based software is accessible from anywhere with an internet connection.
  • Upgrades to the latest versions are automatic.

Benefits of Cloud Computing

  • Anywhere/Anytime access to data
  • Improved liability and security of data
  • Huge collection of free software
  • Always updated and 99% uptime
  • Pay only for what you use
  • Faster Deployments more than 5x than On-Premise
  • Subscription based pricing model
  • No IT staff required

CloudSteer is providing Cloud Computing technologies by partnering with Salesforce.com™, Google and many established players in the market.

You may be probably in the Cloud right now?

Majority of the Internet users in one way or the other have used the Cloud based software.

  • GmailGmail
  • FacebookFacebook
  • TwitterTwitter
  • Google AppsGoogle Apps
  • DropboxDropbox

Glossaries

What is a Private/Enterprise Cloud?
A proprietary computing architecture that provides hosted services to a limited number of people behind a firewall, and is typically for organizations that needs or wants more control over their data than they can get by using a third party-hosted service.
What is a Public Cloud?
A service provider makes resources, such as applications and storage, available to the general public via the Internet. Public Cloud services may be free or offered on a pay-per-usage model.
What is a Hybrid Cloud?
The use of both Private and Public Clouds to provide an organization’s computing needs. Two or more clouds (private, public or community) those remain unique entities but are bound together by standardized or proprietary technology.
What is SaaS (Software as a Service)?
Rather than relying on desktop software or traditional servers, software is hosted by a third party, and available via the Cloud.
CloudSteer Partnerships

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Vatika

CloudSteer’s solution has been instrumental in enhancing Vatika’s customer relationships and unblocking potential funds resulting in great savings

Mr. Gautam Bhalla
Managing Director