The Houston-based enterprise, StratITsphere, has sought ways of removing all barriers in the growth of companies, wanting to deploy Cloud.
The aim of the enterprise, StratITsphere, is to act as a helping hand for those enterprises that are wanting to or are already using Cloud computing and are facing interruptions in the process. The motive is o remove all barriers which are hindering these enterprises from progressing via Cloud. Dubbed Nimbus is the new software that has been designed to carry out this task by StratITsphere!
The package released by StratITsphere, is very adaptable and flexible in every term. It help reduce interruptions like cost infrastructure, low based implementation, staff requirements, security concerns and availability issues. These factors often hinder companies from deploying Cloud at a complete level.
Stephen Webster, president and CEO of StratITsphere, was of the view, “We’re bringing together our other well-respected services to offer customers a superior cloud computing solution without the capital expense and long lead times of trying to build this level of quality infrastructure on their own. Nimbus is housed in our new best-of-class data center and managed by some of the top IT infrastructure and security experts in the industry. StratITsphere’s IT infrastructure advisors can set up virtual servers or data centers in days rather than weeks, and can scale the infrastructure up or down based upon the customer’s needs.”
With the help of Dubbed Nimbus, the users do not have to be IT personals themselves. It takes away the pain of comprehending complex scenarios and then getting all jumbled up. Dubbed Nimbus provides users with an adequate guideline as to how to deploy what percentage of Cloud!
“The problem with making your systems and data available anywhere is that it can make them vulnerable everywhere,” Webster said. “We’ve helped remove that weight by housing it at Alpha, and by having it watched over by the same team of security experts that protect the critical systems and data of Fortune 500 companies.” The views displayed in the comment given by Webster, are very positive about the new startup, Dubbed Nimbus.
Nimbus lets customers know exactly where their data is instead of having it scattered on servers across the globe as is often the case with other cloud computing services. Alpha is located just west of Houston, and this is where the company has made its data center. Let’s hope this new startup is utilized to the best by multiple companies.
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