In the previous blog we thoroughly discussed the several layers of the Cloud. In this blog we would like to tell you more about the different Cloud structures: Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud. With this blog we will try to create a clear picture of these different Cloud structures, to facilitate your choice of the best Cloud structure for your company.
Cloud Computing is a service that has become more common among consumers and companies. Cloud Computing means storing as well as accessing data and programs through the Internet, instead of on your computer’s hard drive. By means of this blog we want to elaborate more on the various layers of the Cloud.
New intelligent devices that we can wear on our body approaching the current market, these devices are called wearables. A very famous example of such is the recently launched Apple Watch.
Working together is essential for the growth and development of a company. Through the newest technological changes collaborating with colleagues has become much more efficient. Distances are no longer an obstacle in the current work environment. Employees have become more accessible than ever before, not only for each other but also for the customer.
Teenagers born around the year of 1995 do not know a world without Internet. This generation is called generation Z and is also known as Digital Natives. These are mainly adolescents who have grown up in a digital environment, directly experiencing the evolution of technology. Surrounded by the Internet they live in a 24/7 information society, having all the knowledge within their reach. This makes it easier for them to find and filter information rapidly.
Many companies have already started working with the Cloud, but there are still several companies out there that are not familiar with the concept Cloud Computing. Companies are usually not aware that working in the Cloud has various benefits for their business.