Transforming How Businesses Work Through Cloud
As the availability of cloud services grows, so will their applications in the business sector. Crafsol stands with you whether your firm decides to expand existing on-premises software installations or migrate entirely to the cloud. We believe that these services will continue to simplify how enterprises offer mission-critical apps and data to their workforce. Cloud services are revolutionizing how people work and how organizations run, from content collaboration and access control for workers to app delivery management and virtual desktop solutions for IT, and a plethora of possibilities in between.
Whatever cloud computing services you employ, one thing is certain: vast amounts of data will be sent across the internet between your end users and the cloud provider’s data centres. As a result, regardless of the cloud services you employ, Crafsol can assist your company in having a better cloud experience and reaping higher advantages from your cloud services investment.
Crafsol allows our clients to experience constant high performance from the IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS services that they use by leveraging our own global cloud network of more than dozens of application acceleration servers in various countries. This increases adoption rates and user productivity. We also provide services for automatic content transformation and optimization to support mobile cloud computing, so your end customers may access the cloud from any device, from anywhere, at any time.
Types of Cloud Services
The concept “cloud services” refers to a wide range of on-demand services supplied to businesses and users over the internet. These services are intended to enable simple, low-cost access to applications and resources that do not require any internal infrastructure or hardware.
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Features & Benefits
Discover our public, private, hybrid, and multi-cloud services. Have total control over your cloud infrastructure by choosing the best form of ownership, size, and access.
Use cloud computing resources located on-site or hosted by a third-party cloud service provider. The organization’s compute resources are unique.
Combine public and private cloud services. Highly available resources are provided and coordinated based on the organization’s needs and policies.
Distribute cloud resources such as infrastructure, hardware, data, and applications across numerous public and private cloud computing environments in a single network architecture.