Cloud Storage for Business
Public cloud storage services are necessary for small, medium enterprises and large companies. Of course, such storage is subject to special requirements. Properties of cloud storage include not only service costs, but also reliability, security, control, and ease of administration.
Such storage aims to place data on distributed servers. The data is stored and stored on several servers on a DPC protected with a high level of security and on several sites. For example, high reliability is achieved by automating the duplication of data on different independent servers. Reliance on the Tier III level means that the SLA guarantees 99.98% uptime. Thus, business cloud storage enables you to store your information reliably. It provides independent access to the area, and can easily measure your resources. As a result, you reduce your cost of building and maintaining technical infrastructure for IT infrastructure as the app helps to maximize the flexibility of business processes.
You do not need to access your DSS and other infrastructure, bear the costs of its administration, renovation, and security services. Continuous access to cloud storage means you can work with data and files anytime and anywhere. Your employees can quickly access the required information, share information in the event of a joint task and work with standard documents. It is designed to store data provided to store, set access rights, register file operations, monitor and protect against threats.
Nowadays, cloud storage services have little difference between each other: a configurable layout of files and folders, possible access settings, and the same interface. However, their internal structure and the opportunities offered are different. Such servicesare billed in terms of actual usage or in terms of available storage volume.
Why we should use cloud storage?
There are many different ways to use this cloud storage. For example: archiving, file storage, and working with them. Tasks can be completely different: primary storage for cloud applications, big data storage, analytics data storage, and, of course, easy to use for recovery and effective disaster recovery.
For example, object storage can be used in the following situations: backup copies, sending website content and characters (photo, video, files to download), video surveillance files, archives, distribution and distribution of media content (video, music), and record-keeping system, content game, big data, and loT data. There are a variety of devices that provide access to download and download data.
Today’s popular service backs up the cloud. Most support systems can be connected to our cloud storage via S3 ARI. It is also possible to work with built-in ways to save apps.
Another common function is the management of static web content. Generally, the latter can be used for any data that is usually stored once and may be required in the future, whether in official documents, medical records, digital assets, media files, and other documents. For example, broadcast and distribution companies need large-scale storage of building materials.
Users and companies choose online storage because it is simple, secure, and efficient. They store their files in a cloud-like Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, and Dropbox depending on their needs. Although Amazon is at the forefront of popularity, Azure and Dropbox are leaders in terms of growth rate.