dinCloud offers a service that many business owners are hoping for. When Apple introduced storage in the iCloud, such as confidential information, some company owners were skeptical. Even on an individual level, people struggled to learn how to use and trust the iCloud option to store pictures and music. However, dinCloud is now offering a service that helps those who don't understand the concept. According to a new Mashable report published on Sept. 7, dinCloud's CEO is now revealing how his company can help other business owners save money by using the popular “cloud” as a storage option.
“The advantages of moving to the cloud are apparent across many industries and in businesses big and small. Larger organizations such as J.P. Morgan have their own private data centers, while mid-sized companies typically rent data center space. It's the small businesses, however, that keep their data center literally in a closet on their premises,” says Kevin Schatzle, CEO of dinCloud. The company helps companies move over to the cloud.
When iCloud was introduced to the world, it took the world a while to learn the ropes. And companies that have plenty of content that could be stored in the clouds to save money and resources, the learning curve may be enough for them not to move ahead. “When businesses keep their data in a data center, they are basically buying space — then they have to buy their own equipment, pay for networking, power & cooling, electricity and have a contract in place – as you can imagine, the costs add up," Schatzle says. "Plus, you'd also need to factor in the cost of hiring someone just to manage the related IT operations, and there's also ongoing maintenance and upgrade fees.”
Do you think that more companies are willing to use the cloud to store information?