“Cloud computing is not a place – it’s the way to get things done” (Mark Templeton)
Businesses do not like technical surprises and unplanned expenses. Hard disk malfunction, human error, viruses, and even fires are common examples of data loss events. When these occur in situations where files haven’t been backed up, all previous hard work goes down the drain – this can cause irrevocable damage to a business.
Cloud computing is one of the computer service options that create an electronic backup for any document, file, or sheet. All company data and business logistics are stored in the cloud and are operated from remote endpoints.
Cloud computing makes it possible to avoid large expenditures on equipment and infrastructure software, as well as managing those same software and applications.
The files are secured on the internet and access to them is provided to the customer and to all other authorized persons, from any computer located anywhere in the world.
The great advantage is simultaneous file use capabilities, security, file accessibility, and predetermined expenses.
Other key benefits of using the cloud
- Software licensing cost savings
- Manpower cost savings
- No need to design and test business continuity mechanisms (BCPs) and disaster recovery plans (DRPs)
- Flexible resource usage
- Independence of location and individual endpoints
- Software infrastructure flexibility
- Green computing
Enterprise email in the cloud
Enterprise cloud email service ensures every business has easy access to email, calendar, contacts, and tasks from anywhere in the world and at any time. Instead of investing a lot of money in a locally installed mail server, requiring maintenance and updates, Dynamic Computer Systems provides you with a cloud-based enterprise mail server which supplies many benefits.
Enterprise email costs are low and availabilities are much higher.
Additionally, all email is filtered by a number of smart engines that guarantee maximum protection and are backed up to a specific time, depending on the service provider.
Common data loss examples are from human error, technical malfunction, viruses, and even fires.
In order to avoid losing information, “Dynamic Computer Systems” provides a safe, reliable, inexpensive, and convenient solution (for operation and control).
The service operations are from your server or from your PC in your office, via the Internet, from a dedicated backup system installed in our server farm.
There are three types of cloud backups:
- Full Backup – Full information backup.
- Differential Backup – Backup of all changes made since the last full backup.
- Incremental Backup – Backup only of changes made since the last incremental or full backup.
The types of servers we work with to provide cloud backup are:
- Google drive
- One drive Microsoft