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Paratus simplifies business through next level of cloud services

Paratus simplifies business through next level of cloud services

In efforts to simplify business for clients, Paratus took its cloud services to the next level by introducing resilience solutions to its customers this week, through their next level of cloud services.

Having introduced their first cloud service product in 2014, Paratus managing director John D’Alton this week pointed to the term’ cloud’ as all-encompassing, consisting of various services.

It is clear that the key drivers towards cloud services stems from initial capital investment, ongoing operational and maintenance costs as well as requiring dedicated resources to manage information communication technology efficiently,” he said.

D’Alton said owning information technology infrastructure such as servers and applications creates complexity and requires valuable business resources to manage and maintain. “Increased complexity means increased direct and indirect hidden costs,” he said.

If you own a smartphone, you are most likely already utilising some key functionalities of cloud services in your daily life such as Google Drive, iCloud drive, Dropbox or other online backup facilities,” he added.

According to him, beyond the individual case, the corporate world was looking for alternatives of driving towards lower operational costs and cloud offerings were the best solution leveraging all the benefits against almost zero capital requirements.

When asked why the market should consider Paratus, D’Alton stressed that the advancements in connectivity have become the main drive behind the trend towards cloud services.

Ultimately, cloud service provides your business with more value from your information technology investment, which makes perfect business sense,” D’Alton concluded.

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