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The Cloud Made Simple

The concept of cloud computing can be complex – but experts at Kamarin Computers can cut through the jargon and explain he benefits to your business – and how to unlock them.

We’ll untangle terms like SaaS and IaaS-hosted VMs. We’ll explain them simply, and in the context of your business. With our help you’ll be able to make informed decisions, improve efficiency, and save money.

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Our experience covers every kind of cloud solution, and we’re always available not only for advice and support, but to install equipment for you, move data to new systems, and make data backup arrangements.

How The Cloud Works

A cloud solution is any IT accessed through the internet rather than your company’s own servers. The cloud has been created to provide easy access to applications, resources, and services fully managed by a cloud services provider.

A cloud service is infinitely flexible to meet the needs of its users. Users buy space and time from service provider who own the necessary hardware and software, so there’s no need to invest in a variety of in-house equipment, or employ the staff to manage ot. Cloud services include, but are not limited to, online data storage and backup arrangement, e-mail services, hosted office suites and document collaboration services, database processing, and managed technical support.

What Cloud Computing Can Do For You

Cloud computing transforms IT from a cost and a headache to a flexible, affordable platform for innovation. Using it, companies are freed from the constant need to install, update, manage, and support hardware and software. It ensures that maintenance and security happen behind the scenes, leaving company time to concentrate on what you’re in business for – and employees can use company systems anywhere in the world, so long as they have access to a secure WiFi signal.

IT users choose the cloud for a number of reasons, including, but not limited to:



Low Costs


Anytime, Anywhere Access

Minimal Downtime

Cloud Jargon-Buster

SaaS – Software as a Service

Specific applications delivered through the cloud, typically for scenarios such as email, office productivity, customer relationship management, marketing analytics, and so on.

IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service

A step beyond SaaS. IaaS-based businesses have their entire data centre, including storage, servers, and software, on the cloud. Essentially, they outsource management, security, and maintenance to the cloud provider.

PaaS – Platform as a Service

PaaS provides a complete operating system environment in the cloud, where customers can develop and deploy software, applications, and services. The principal advantage is that PaaS systems scale seamlessly to provide consistent quality of service.


Virtualisation is the process of running a computer system in a layer abstracted from the actual hardware. Most commonly, it refers to running multiple operating systems on a computer system simultaneously

Public Cloud

Services offered to multiple users (or ‘tenants’) in a single data centre.

Private Cloud

Private cloud is a dedicated data centre or server environment used by a single customer or tenant.

Hybrid Cloud

A combination of private and public cloud services, some public cloud services as well as on-premises computing resources.

How The Cloud Can Benefit Your Business

Simultaneously Reduces Costs and Adds Value

There’s an immediate uptick in cashflow forecasting, since services are accessed for a monthly fee, and the need for capital expenditure on hardware and software is removed.

Zero Downtime

The cloud links data centres, switching seamlessly from one to another and backing up your data in more than one location.  Automatic back-ups ensure work is never lost, and scalability is on tap.

Flexibility and Collaboration

Since data can be reached globally, subject to a WiFi signal, your company’s reputation is enhanced because staff can get the information they need to make informed decisions, complete deals, and place orders from anywhere in the world. They’re also able to work on the same files from opposite sides of the planet, reducing the need for expensive and time-consuming business travel.


The security offered by service providers is likely to be more sophisticated, with greater levels of encryption, than you’re able to implement on you own system. It’s in the interests of the service providers to stay one step ahead of the hackers.

Cloud Services Case Study

Moving to the Cloud has been great. It’s much more efficient, modern way of working, more flexibility to work remotely.

Ashley Gamble, CCLG

Customer Retention

Customer Satisfaction


Microsoft Gold Partner

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