Cloud storage allows you to save data and files in an off-site location that you access either through the public internet or a dedicated private network connection. Data that you transfer off-site for storage becomes the responsibility of a third-party cloud provider. The provider hosts, secures, manages, and maintains the servers and associated infrastructure and ensures you have access to the data whenever you need it.
Cloud storage delivers a cost-effective, scalable alternative to storing files on on-premises hard drives or storage networks. Computer hard drives can only store a finite amount of data. When users run out of storage, they need to transfer files to an external storage device. Traditionally, organizations built and maintained storage area networks to archive data and files. Storage area networks are expensive to maintain, however, because as stored data grows, companies must invest in adding servers and infrastructure to accommodate increased demand.
We always ensure that we provide you with the right level of security for your business. To do this, we make a thorough assessment of your business, checking to see if there are any
existing vulnerabilities. Once these loopholes are closed, we monitor your data. Should anything happen, we take immediate steps to block the threat, identify the source and mitigate any issue so that you can continue your day with minimum disruption.
Cloud storage does not automatically mean that your business data is safe. With many more businesses making use of Cloud services, naturally, the cyber threat will move there too. With our Cloud cyber security services, you can ensure that your data is safe from any threats.