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    Cloud Computing vs Outsourcing

    Hello,

    What is the difference between cloud computing and outsourcing?
    Last edited by Rsync; 10-06-2022, 08:40.

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    Outsourcing has been one of the most popular method since long for companies that wanted to simplify their problem of inadequate IT resources. However, today, cloud is offering the same, but it is still a young technology. Moreover, cloud uses automation of a process rather than just shifting the process to an outsourcer. For detailed detailed information, visit: https://www.eukhost.com/blog/webhost...urcing-part-1/
    Last edited by Rsync; 10-06-2022, 08:42.

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      #3
      Hello,

      Both of these deal with uploading business data to the Internet, or the “cloud”, though in different methods. In cloud outsourcing, a third party will be the one to monitor, keep, and handle the uploaded data for you, serving as an extension of your business. This lessens your trouble when it comes to building an in-house IT team, which can be quite expensive and needs an effort to manage.

      On the other hand, cloud computing refers to uploading data to the Internet for the purpose of improving software performance. This reduces the need for installations and upgrades, as well as lessen downtimes and maintenance.
      I’ve been availing of cloud computing services from this Nottingham IT company since last month, and it changed our business operations dramatically. But personally, I think this is still a form of outsourcing, though with a different method only.

      Last edited by Rsync; 10-06-2022, 08:43.

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        #4
        Technology is continuously evolving and businesses can take advantage of this to become more efficient. Greater efficiency typically results in higher profits. One of the most significant advances in business technology is Cloud Computing. While virtual workspace is not new, the extent to which it is now being applied is quite innovative. You may be asking yourself, just what is Cloud Computing? It is a combination of sophisticated web-based software solutions and hardware that is managed by third-party providers. Cloud services require businesses to rely on virtual servers which are where all of your data as well as the software applications you use are stored. Benefits of this technology include:
        • Being able to access your data from any device that is connected to the Internet
        • Your data is no longer at risk by being on someone’s laptop or even your company’s intranet

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