Cloud computing has become popular in the business world—and for good reason. Thanks to cloud computing, you can:
• Add technology resources to your business without large capital investments
• Effortlessly scale your operations as your business grows
• Eliminate the need to maintain and manage some areas of your IT environment
• Give employees easy access to the data and applications they need to do their jobs
To take advantage of cloud computing, you need to know your options: what you can put in the cloud, the types of clouds that you can use, and what kind of security you will need.

Microsoft Office 365

Office 365 provides flexible and familiar tools for collaboration across teams, devices, and platforms. Whether you’re working online or off, from your computer, tablet, or phone, Office 365 has you covered.

Private Cloud

The private cloud is still a relatively new concept, but is based on some technology that has been around for a while and has proven itself for years. Besides providing some tremendous benefits of pooled computing resources and virtualization, it maintains the security and reliability of a normal dedicated server. The private cloud is not for everyone but a managed data center operator can make the transition to private cloud computing an affordable process and enable you to fully experience all of the great benefits of the private cloud.

Microsoft Azure

What do you want from your cloud solution? How about one where you bring the tools you love and the skills you already have. And you can run virtually any application using your data source with your operating system on your device. That’s the power of Microsoft Azure.