Cloud Computing – no matter where you are

Multi-cloud online environments foster growth while reducing costs, minimizing risks, and increasing agility within your business.


What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is internet-based computing in which large groups of remote servers are networked to allow centralized data storage, as well as online access to computer services or resources. Clouds can be classified as public, private or hybrid.

What Cloud Services can IT Corporation offer you?

Your requirements will be determined by your business’s size and industry. Our cloud services are made up of a range of infrastructures, including:

  • Public cloud IaaS
  • Managed private cloud
  • Managed hosting
  • Security
  • Application services

This means we can support you at every step of your journey to the cloud.


You’ve heard all of the commotion regarding the cloud I’m certain. But do you really understand what it is and how it can help your business?

Essentially, Cloud Computing is the term given to accessing your data via the internet, rather than over a Local Network. Your data is still very much held on a server and backed up in the normal way, however, the difference is that the server is NOT in your office/home. The server is held off-site in a secure data centre and you access your data via the internet.

There are lots of every day examples of Cloud Computing; many of which you probably already use or are familiar with. Internet Banking is cloud computing, as is Facebook, Hotmail and Dropbox to name a few.

More and more companies are turning to cloud computing as a means to access their data everyday. Principally because with cloud computing you can access your data 24/7/365 and from any device.

There are several real benefits to using the Cloud as a source for your data:

The benefits of using the Cloud:

  • There are no server hardware costs
  • You can access your data on any device, at any time
  • You only pay for the storage space that you use
  • Cloud servers are maintained constantly and the data is usually replicated securely to other data centres to ensure off site backup of your data
  • The majority of cloud data centres use military grade security when it comes to looking after your data”


Feeling a bit lost in the Cloud? We’ll find your way.