Cloud Services in New Jersey

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The Cloud offers you the chance to reduce capital investments by employing a cost-efficient, non-physical entity that enables employees to access and work on business files outside the office through any internet-connected device.

Online Computers’ cloud solutions offer a secure and efficient IT ecosystem that allows you to focus on improving business practices. From email and communications, to full-fledged database hosting, our cloud computing service does it all. And don’t worry about maintenance, upgrades and migrations — our experts will handle that too.

 

With Online Computers' Cloud solutions, you'll never have to worry about managing and maintaining equipment, or keeping things running smoothly!

Cloud services from Online Computers are:

  • Scalable - increase or decrease your cloud capacity on an as-needed basis
  • Flexible - access business data and files on any internet-enabled device
  • Economical - cloud computing services improve efficiency and positively impact your bottom line
  • Tailor-made - get cloud solutions built around your business requirements

Frequently Asked Questions about our Cloud Consulting services in New Jersey

Cloud Services are quickly becoming a necessity for modern businesses that want a more agile, flexible, and convenient way of using IT networks. As demand for cloud hosting in New Jersey grows, Online Computers steps in to provide both IT solutions and consulting services to help our clients maximize their operations with a smart cloud infrastructure. If you’ve got questions about how cloud computing can help your business, we’ve answered some of the more frequently asked ones below.

Cloud computing involves the hosting and delivery of IT resources over the internet. Cloud solutions can be tailored to provide unmatched benefits to various businesses, such as granting remote access to data and processes and cutting hardware and software costs without sacrificing IT functionality or performance.
Cloud computing services can be broadly classified into three categories:

Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) – covers servers, networks, secure storage devices that are located off-site for redundancy and latency purposes
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) – our team will build, test, and manage apps and software without the need to invest in physical infrastructure using secure, virtualized platforms
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) – we manage and optimize apps for you to improve workflow, collaboration, and user experience with software that boosts your productivity
Since there are so many cloud solutions, add-ons, and configurations to choose from, finding the correct ones for your business is time-consuming. Instead of wasting time, you can work with our consultants who will recommend and implement the best cloud solutions for you.
A public cloud is cloud architecture that delivers computing resources (servers, operating systems, software, data storage, etc.) to multiple businesses over the internet. In doing so, public cloud services are cheaper because the costs are shared by the clients. Private cloud is dedicated to delivering services to a single client and it costs more to maintain its operations.
This is a third-party cloud service provider who hosts and manages the computing resources (servers, storage, etc.) and rents them to multiple businesses, which keeps costs low, as they are ‘shared’. This allows businesses to get hassle-free cloud services that boost efficiency while cutting costs when compared to a private cloud infrastructure.
This is a type of cloud architecture whose resources and services are built for and dedicated solely to a single organization. It is more secure and gives the company more control over the cloud operations.
Authorized users can access a company’s private cloud systems by logging in to the company’s private network on a web-based interface from any internet-connected device. This connection is secure and prevents unauthorized access to the company’s data and networks. It will be nearly identical to logging into a public cloud platform, as the main differences are location of servers and how many parties are sharing them.



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