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The Cloud era is upon is and it's not just a fad, but a completely new way of delivering and consuming data. The cloud makes it possible for IT service providers to deliver services more efficiently. It is important for businesses to understand the basics of the cloud since this technology is currently in use and will continue to gain popularity. You have more than likely been using cloud services in some way or another without even realizing it. Take a look at these 4 examples of what the cloud is not. 

AWS computer-361047-edited.png Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides cloud services as well as on-demand computing resources. Rather than running your own server and worrying about security protocols or maintenance, you can utilize AWS resources, which scale with you as you grow. You don’t need to pay in advance or have long-term contracts. You simply pay for what you use. To start using AWS, we have identified three easy steps for you to get started.

cloud-570695-edited.jpg Many businesses have a difficult time choosing a cloud solution to implement because of the organizational changes it can have. Making an impulsive decision before proper research can lead to downtime or a decrease in operability. Therefore, you should understand the value of moving your business to the cloud as well as the options that are available.

business growth-566875-edited.jpg No matter what field you are in, there are always ways to improve and have business growth. Whether you want to increase efficiency around the office or you’re preparing for a product launch, you can apply certain strategies and take new initiatives to take your business to the next level. Take a look at our recommendations for your business.

;cloud_computing-444137-edited.jpg Cloud computing is taking over both the personal and professional worlds in Los Angeles. The benefits of cloud computing are becoming more evident and companies are moving entirely to the cloud. The difference between cloud computing and traditional computing is the location of data storage. Traditionally, data was stored using on premise servers that take up physical space in the office. Cloud computing eliminates the need for hardware because all data is stored and accessed over the Internet.