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  • The decision on whether to go all in to the cloud or choose a hybrid mix is a tough one even for large companies with hundreds of IT specialists at their disposal. Just think how hard is it for a SMB company with few, if any, IT specialists on staff to make the appropriate technical analysis to determine what’s best for their growing company.

  •  KaiTech has the IT expertise necessary to provide the analysis for determining your company’s technical requirements, and designing the best solution. We will provide full configuration, testing, implementation, and support of your ever expanding company network. 

  • We don’t push a client toward any particular technical business model just because of sales commissions, like some IT companies, since KaiTech doesn’t receive commissions from any hardware or software vendors. Our objective is to provide the optimum tools to our clients so that they can operate their company more effectively, thus allowing them to concentrate on their core business.
  • From a business perspective, cloud computing mainly falls into three categories. Starting from the simpler SaaS model, where you are “renting” the use of a software application only, to the more complex IaaS, where you are “renting” hardware such as servers, storage devices, and other network components as well:

    - SaaS - Subscription as a Service (Office 365, Exchange online, Antivirus software,                  Dropbox, etc.)
    - PaaS - Platform as a Service (Mainly a developer platform to build web and software            applications)
    - IaaS - Infrastructure as a Service (Provided a “a la cart” of hardware and software items    for creating a company’s virtualized environment.)

    It is not uncommon for some business setups to incorporate more than one service model for their business needs. Sometimes, a hybrid solution makes sense, where some network functions are kept in house locally, and some located in the cloud.

Cloud Computing and Virtual Desktops

  • Cloud Computing is a fancy term for accessing shared network and computer resources in a virtualized environment through the Internet, instead of physically housing these resources locally.

  • Cloud computing encompasses many services, some of which people use every day without realizing it:

 ​      - Gmail or any IMAP email service.

       - Subscription services such as antivirus software,             Office 365, Exchange online, etc.

       - Online storage such as Google drive, Dropbox,                 OneDrive, etc.

       - Website hosting services such as GoDaddy.

       - Movie and music streaming services such as                     Netflix, Hulu, Spotify, Pandora, etc. ​

Cloud Computing and Virtual Desktops