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The most advanced progress in technology recently has seen the computing power dramatically increase, with the largest portion of it dedicated to the user interface.
With Cloud Computing, the sky is the limit
you can access unlimited
power with a very reasonable budget.
There is no need for heavy investment anymore, you don't need to purchase expensive servers, IT temperature-controlled server rooms, nor all the expenses that go with it. Today anyone can start a business with a few laptops and cloud services for their infrastructure needs. Backup systems and applications silos are also a fraction of the cost they used to be.
SafeComs has many years of experience in deploying IT systems, building networks, and implementing IT security. We have become a cloud expert, as much in infrastructure as in software as a service. You can rely on us for your strategic choices and IT evolution.
SafeComs, through its offices in Thailand and Myanmar, can provide design assistance, advice on network and recommend the most appropriate solution for your IT computing needs, with maximum IT and network security. We can also provide IT outsourcing in Bangkok and Yangon, with quality staff regularly trained.
How Does Cloud Computing Work?
Cloud computing is the easiest and smartest way to provision servers, storage, databases and a large number of applications and services using the internet as a backbone.
A cloud services platform such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services owns and maintains the equipment, the network and the connected devices to provide these application services.
With cloud computing, you only need to provide what you need via a web application.
We start with you in mind and build it according to your needs.
Benefits from Cloud Computing
Variable expense vs Capital expense
There is no need to build a data center nor provision expensive equipment. Save money by paying only when you consume computing resources, without the need for heavy capital expenses to set up your data center.
massive economies of scale
From using thousands of servers, providers such as Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure can achieve higher economies of scale and will pass these savings onto you, as this dramatically lowers your operating costs.
Plan the Smart Way
No guessing on your infrastructure needs. With cloud computing, you can access as much or as little as you need, and scale up and down as required with only a few minutes’ notice.
In a cloud computing environment, new IT resources are only ever a click away, which results in a dramatic increase in agility.
Focus on your Business
Focus on projects that will differentiate your business, not on the infrastructure. Cloud computing lets you focus on your own customers, rather than powering servers.
Go global in minutes
Easily deploy your applications in multiple regions around the world with just a few clicks. This means a better experience for your customers, simply and at minimal cost.
IT Security in the Cloud
A major concern for companies migrating to the cloud
There is now ample experience in cloud infrastructure and most large organizations are offering their solutions and applications in the cloud. From Microsoft, with its outstanding value proposition of Office 365, to the cloud power of Azure cloud, Amazon Web Services, and Google Apps, nobody can avoid being tempted to migrate.
Businesses need to focus on their core activity while letting the IT giant build more secure solutions that deliver value to their customers, partners, and shareholders. Microsoft, Google, and Amazon have decades-long experience building enterprise software and running some of the largest online services in the world.
Businesses can use this experience to implement and deploy security-aware software applications, system management, and threat-mitigation practices that are essential to the strong protection of services and data.
Understand that your people are your first line of defense. IT systems and protection are useless when staff
goaround the Internet, downloading anything, clicking and exploring each link they receive, systematically putting their company at risk.
Deploy the best system you can afford and apply security rules and procedures, to reinforce the security gained with training your staff and impose a culture of disclosing incident so that everybody
learnin case of an incident. Not reported incidents are the worse.
Be prepared and assume breach: The guiding principle is to always be prepared and by assuming possible breach you put yourself in a position to recover without any damage.
Chose a cloud provider that you can trust - Microsoft, Amazon, Google and major cloud providers have global incident response teams that work around the clock to mitigate the effects of any attack against their cloud services. Security is built into their business products and cloud services from the ground up.
Commitment to compliance is paramount, and it means to comply with both international and industry-specific standards. It also means to adhere to computer best practices and comply
toISO service standards, and especially in this part of the world, installing a complete ban on the use of pirated software.
Regularly participates in rigorous third-party IT and security audits that verify your security controls and assess your IT posture.
Cloud Security Myths...
I am considering a Cloud Migration.
You have been contemplating moving to the Cloud but you still have some reserve, after all, you heard of hacking of the biggest names, and saw some of the consequences.
So, is moving to the Cloud really a good deal?
Sure there are advantages but also disadvantages and where do you set the baseline and when is it safer to move than to maintain it all at "home"?
Let's review the greatest myths of Cloud Computing.
Debunking the most stubborn IT security Myths
Myth #1 – Your Data is More Secure in Your Data Center
Wrong. It’s not physical control of the data that determines security, but rather, access to that data. When your IT hosts a system in your data center there is more physical internal access than a SaaS solution.
In fact, data breaches usually occur in on-premises data centers. According to a 2014 Gartner report, “there have been very few security breaches in the public cloud—most breaches continue to involve on-premises data center environments.”
When you think about the most prominent data breaches of the last few years—Home Depot, Target, Sony—all
Myth #2 – You’re Different
Speaking of NASA, did you know that the U.S. Federal Government has a “Cloud First” IT policy? If they trust NASA with
Myth #3 - Your IT Dept Manages 3rd Party Systems Better
No, they don’t. Your IT team’s strength is keeping your
The IT load is overwhelming.
For example, even a small company may have hundreds of different business systems that IT must procure, manage, implement, and upgrade. With every organization facing budget pressures, how can an organization grow without getting tripped up by expanding technology needs? Austerity is forcing CIOs to shed expensive infrastructure costs in favor of more sustainable cloud services… and optimizing IT capital and resources is one compelling reason to take your systems off-premises.
Myth #4: The Performance Is Better In Your Data Center
Nope again. Not only is it worse, it’s way more expensive and it cripples your IT department from doing their
So what is unique to Cloud?
You get all the upgrades.
For IT (and the people who rely on them, which is all of us),
Employees can be more productive.
We all know that business is moving faster than ever, and your teams need to keep up. Don’t kill their flow with a slow VPN or an outmoded, old version of
Time to value.
It doesn’t matter how good your IT team is, nor how lean and lightning fast your procurement team is—from issuing POs for server hardware, unpacking the box, reading the 85 page TeamMate configuration manual, then customizing all the data levers and customization nozzles—the time to value for your team to begin working is measured in quarters. Rather, ACL GRC is provisioned in minutes, and most large-cap organizations are automated and executing their work in a matter of 15 days.
You eliminate hidden costs.
Can you really afford to be stuck with on-premises software that you need to install, maintain and manually upgrade? Let’s look at a typical install for an on-premises system like TeamMate. The initial implementation, onboarding, and purchase costs will easily reach six figures in multi-billion dollar organizations and government agencies, plus your IT team will need three focused months to procure the servers, set up and configure the system, and roll it out—all without disrupting operations or creating excessive downtime. When a bug or frustrating defect emerges, users will be forced to endure at least three years of hassle and compromised productivity. Eventually, you’ll upgrade to the next TeamMate (or insert other on-premises software) version and go through the same cycle, with the same high costs.