NewCloud Networks specializes in cloud computing and cloud communications services. These services include private, public, and hybrid cloud, backup as a service, disaster recovery as a service, security as a service, and even hosted phones. Storing data, visualizing data, and protecting data from hackers, disasters, or simple user error, are just a couple of use cases for our cloud services.
Cloud services have evolved significantly since its inception over a decade ago; cloud tools and applications have improved in complexity as well as functionality, and there has been an increase in the number of cloud service providers. Furthermore, cloud services providers have expanded their repertoire of service offerings in response to a business’s needs; examples of some cloud-based services currently offered include Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and more recently, Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS).
5G, the future of unprecedented speed and reliability, is set to take off in 2020. While this might seem far away, IT professionals and business are already preparing for the 5G world. 5G is the 5th generation of cellular wireless network connectivity and it brings with it high expectations that are sure to transform communications and the mobile experience. Some predict it will bring truly exceptional speeds to users; up to 100 gigabits per second per device. Chances are you’ve heard of 5G and its slow rollout into high populated cities and areas, but how does it impact cloud communications and cloud computing?
Every business should have a crisis communications plan. A plethora of stakeholders need to stay up to date during even the worst disaster. Key stakeholders to consider when creating a communications plan include customers, suppliers, investors, employees, management, and your Cloud service provider. The left foot needs to know what the right foot is doing.
One of the most important things to consider as you deploy a cloud computing solution is your network bandwidth. As businesses adopt cloud services company wide, their bandwidth quickly becomes bogged down.
Do you spend a large portion of your day on the phone? Do your sales/HR/Marketing teams? Given that most business is conducted remotely today, the answer is most likely yes.