Cloud Technology

About Cloud Computing

In a rapidly evolving digital world, cloud technology is a major change in how users have access to computing, storage, application resources, or other IT services. In cloud computing, these processes take place over the Internet, where the user does not know the physical location and configuration of the resources and systems that provide these services. It is a future-oriented technology, whose adoption rate increases exponentially every day.


With the cloud technology, users can access resources on demand for almost any type of needs, and companies can scale these resources as needed, actually saving money. Users are constantly working with the latest software versions, in full legality, with superior IT security and uninterrupted operation. Resources can be accessed from anywhere and shared with other users, making cloud technology a mobile, productive and effective tool.

Types of cloud technology

Depending on the available resources, cloud technology can deliver services as software, as a platform, or as an infrastructure. From the point of view of implementation, there is a private cloud (services delivered from a data centre belonging to the company to internal users), a public cloud (when a third party delivers Internet services) or a hybrid cloud (with both types of services). Important companies offering public cloud services at this time are Microsoft, Amazon, IBM or Google.

Netland Services

We offer advice on choosing the most suitable cloud technologies for our customers, then we get involved in delivering, configuring, deploying, or migrating users and related services. We did this for both small businesses and large businesses with hundreds of users. Thanks to our experience, we can ensure rapid cloud migration without interrupting the internal processes, and provide reduced costs,  flexibility and simplified administration of the IT infrastructure.

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