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Improve business agility, optimise resource utilisation, and enhance security through cloud technology

Cloud technology, and its many benefits for business is now the norm in delivering high-end, on-demand compute solutions.  The traditional methods of powering business applications and keeping staff and customers connected on a daily basis have taken a back seat to the many powerful benefits of cloud computing.

IT is rapidly moving from a function that is run, managed and maintained in-house to an outsourced service like cloud technology solutions. All are hosted in a secure environment and managed by a specialist provider like Quotient.

Cloud solutions are attractive because they enable businesses to transfer the responsibility of running on-premises hardware and software to a specialist provider.

Cloud solution companies fully manage and maintain all your systems. This removes the hassles and costs that otherwise burden IT departments, such as software upgrades and hardware maintenance.

Cloud Network

Types of Cloud Environments

  1. Public Cloud: A public cloud is owned and operated by a third-party cloud service provider and is made available to the public over the internet. Examples of public cloud providers include Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.

  2. Private Cloud: A private cloud is owned and operated by a single organisation and is used exclusively by that organisation. Private clouds can be hosted on-premises or by a third-party provider. They offer more control over data and security, but can be more expensive than public clouds.

  3. Hybrid Cloud: A hybrid cloud is a combination of both public and private clouds, where data and applications can be shared between the two. This allows organisations to take advantage of the scalability and cost-effectiveness of public clouds while maintaining control over sensitive data on a private cloud.

Benefits of Cloud Hosting

Cloud Scalability

Cloud infrastructure is able to be scaled on demand, in real time. When working with dynamic environments or with fluctuating workloads, the ability to increase or decrease capacity is critical.


Cloud Security

In a cloud environment your sensitive corporate data can be secured offsite. By deploying centralised security assets and encyption, cloud solutions can be secured from illegal cyber activity while still allowing staff to access critical information.


Cloud Cost Savings

By negating the need for substantial upfront capital expenditure, businesses of all sizes can benefit, and the barrier to entry is low. 

Cost Savings

Cloud Speed to Market

Gone are the days of making business decisions that require IT infrastruture, where long timeframes are required for roll-out and deployment. With cloud technology, IT assets can be 'spun up' in minutes, giving you the nimbleness to achieve excellent speed to market.

Speed to Market

Cloud Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

Another benefit of cloud computing is the ability to create effective disaster recovery plans. This can involve complicated technical builds or as simple as creating a decentralised replication site.

Cloud Quality Control

Quality Control

In a cloud environment, all documents can be stored in a single centralised location and in a single format. All staff can access the same information, maintain consistency in data, reduce human error, and have a clear record of any revisions or updates.

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