Information Technology (IT) is about managing, storing, and processing information. The invention of cloud computing and virtualisation has become an integral part of the business landscape, shaping the way we work, innovate and utilise and store data effectively.
What is Cloud Computing?
Simply put, Cloud Computing allows users to access computing resources, including storage and processing power, over the internet. Instead of having all your data, software, and processing power stored and managed on your local device, it’s done remotely on servers connected to the internet — the “cloud”. This provides scalability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness, which ultimately enables businesses to scale their operations without the need for heavy infrastructure investments.
If you use a trusted migration partner such as Kew Solutions, the transition to cloud services can be seamless. Our team collaborates with yours to craft a meticulously planned migration strategy, ensuring minimal disruption to your business.
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What is Virtualisation?
Virtualisation is another key concept in IT, it allows multiple virtual instances to run on a single physical machine. Basically, it is like creating a virtual version of something, for example, a Server. In the case of server virtualisation, a single physical server is separated into multiple Virtual Machines (VMs), each running its own operating system and applications. This type of virtualisation optimises server utilisation, reduces hardware costs and enhances scalability.
Not only can Kew Solutions create a virtual server by installing virtualisation software onto your physical servers, but we can also manage your physical and virtual servers for you too.
Together, cloud computing and virtualisation have revolutionised how organisations deploy and manage IT resources. If you would like to hear more about the benefits of virtual servers & cloud transformation and how Kew Solutions can facilitate and manage these processes for you, then get in contact – Let’s Talk Tech.