Let the experts at QWERTY Concepts clean “cloud fog”

Cloud computing seems to be everywhere nowadays and yet, many people will confess that they have no clear idea what “the cloud” is supposed to be.

Some are even intimidated by what is perceived to be so foggy a concept. But there is no reason for the skies to darken over your IT infrastructure! With some basic understanding of cloud computing, your networking needs can have its most bright and shining days still ahead of it!

Let the experts at QWERTY Concepts, Inc. lift the fog and bring you directly to the best cloud solutions in New Jersey.

Our expertise lies in making technology an ally – an easy, affordable, and reliable tool for small to medium businesses. Let us help you understand cloud computing from the ground up and analyze which of its solutions is the best fit for your business

But… What is Cloud Computing?…

Cloud computing refers to the main processing and storage of your system’s information being done not at your own site, but in a remote location that your physically immediate hardware accesses either through a dedicated network or, most commonly, across the Internet.

The IT architecture you manage is as much a part of “the cloud” as are the remote servers and storage devices it is employing. In many ways, the cloud is the next phase in the ongoing evolution of networking and the Internet, as a whole.

It is the evolution your business should embrace for more agile and always-connected experiences with customers and clients

Cloud Options
  • Private virtual server for any Operating System.
  • Private network.
  • On-demand resource allocation.
  • SSD-backed storage for optimal performance.
  • Redundant storage and computing.
  • Secure state-of-the-art facilities.
  • Backup management with 30-day retention.
  • Enterprise-level firewall & security.
  • Private virtual desktops.
  • Secure remote access.
  • On-demand resource allocation.
  • SSD-backed storage for optimal performance.
  • Redundant storage and computing.
  • Secure state-of-the-art facilities.
  • Backup management with 30-day retention.
  • Enterprise-level firewall & security.
  • Turn-key migrations.
  • Backup with retention.
  • On-demand resource allocation.
  • SSD-backed storage for optimal performance.
  • Email security.
  • Secure state-of-the-art facilities.
  • Outlook Web Access.
  • Sync across devices.
  • Secure and easy sharing.
  • Support for Windows, Mac OS, iPhone, and Android.
  • SSD-backed storage for optimal performance.
  • Secure and managed file collaboration.
  • Secure state-of-the-art facilities.
  • Simple to use interface.
  • Backup with retention.
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Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing brings with it a myriad of advantages. The first and most noticeable benefit of the cloud is its relatively low cost, especially in contrast to long-term considerations such as hardware upgrades and resource scalability.

The right cloud solution can also help your business be more agile and adaptative to your customers’ ever-changing needs by enabling real-time collaboration between peers and easing up making connections with clients.

Another one of the most distinct cloud computing features is that your critical data is not tied-down to your physical location. With cloud computing, data is safely distributed to redundant storage systems and instant backup and recovery in a catastrophic system failure.

Do more with less

With cloud computing, companies can reduce the investment and ongoing expenses of investing into and maintaining their own infrastructure. The reduction of hardware, software, and number of support staff significantly reduces IT costs without impacting the organization

Flexible pricing

The costs with cloud computing are significantly more flexible than traditional methods. Companies pay for more resources when they need more capacity without the need to plan years in advance. More capacity, for instance, can be provisioned on demand and computing power can be adjusted as required.

Always-on Availability

Cloud services generally maintain a 99.99% up-time. The connection is always on and as long as the end users have an internet connection, they can get to their applications and services from practically anywhere in the world.

Improved collaboration

Cloud applications improve collaboration and productivity by allowing dispersed users to work remotely and meet virtually. They can easily share information in real-time and via shared storage. This can reduce time-to-market and improve productivity, customer service, and product development.

Improved mobility

Data and applications are available to employees no matter where they are in the world. Employees can take their work anywhere via smart phones, tablets, and laptops – while roaming though their sites to check on operations, visiting customers, working in the field or at a plant, etc.

Cost effective

Companies no longer need to purchase equipment and build out and operate facilities to accommodate for their IT infrastructure, significantly reducing investment on hardware, software, facilities, utilities, warranties, and other aspects of operations.

Data security is safer in the cloud than anywhere else on the Internet?

Of course, as with any innovation, there arise concerns, and cloud computing is no different. Data security and integrity is perhaps the most primary of these, with practically all IT administrators asking at one time or another “how safe is my information?” In the purest technical terms, cloud computing is among the most secure across any networking situation, with the most rigorous encryption, transmission, and storage standards employed to shield data from unauthorized access.

The most respectable cloud providers also have 24/7 monitoring of the network, making sure that no nefarious activity is taking place and reacting promptly to shut it down. Data security is as safe in the cloud as is anywhere else on the Internet, maybe even safer. With the cloud “being up” more than 99% of the time, backed up by some of the most resilient and robust hardware available, you can have peace of mind that your cloud computing needs are being met.

QWERTY Concepts, Inc. makes cloud hosting in New Jersey easy, and even enjoyable, with our intuitive SaaS and IaaS tools and a range of cutting-products and support services.

We perform turn-key migrations and on-boarding services for all of our cloud computing offerings. After obtaining the requirements we recommend and implement our services from start to finish – without impact to your organization.

The costs with cloud computing are significantly more flexible than traditional methods. Companies pay for more resources when they need more capacity without the need to plan years in advance. More capacity, for instance, can be provisioned on demand.

Cloud services generally maintain a 99.99% up-time. The connection is always on and as long as the end users have an internet connection, they can get to their applications and services from practically anywhere in the world – and from any mobile device.Cloud services generally maintain a 99.99% up-time. The connection is always on and as long as the end users have an internet connection, they can get to their applications and services from practically anywhere in the world – and from any mobile device.

We are partners with multiple cloud providers in state-of-the-art facilities across the globe. Regardless whether your organization requires a Microsoft Azure or a VMware infrastructure, we will assess, recommend, and build out a platform that the business needs.

The right cloud infrastructures have the highest reliability rates because redundancy is built in. An on-premise infrastructure with this level of reliability is unattainable for many SMBs.

Security is a major concern for many organizations. The cloud offers many advanced security features that guarantee that the data is securely stored and handled.

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