You’ve heard about the cloud. You also know its history of false starts, overpromises, vaporware and endless hype.
There was even a time when everyone wanted to have their own storage and processing power. Remember? But the endless arrays of ENIACs, UNIVACs, mainframes and finally, servers, weren’t the panacea they were promised to be. With them came the need for round the clock security, air conditioning, networking and a bank of network technicians to keep them running, online and ever expanding.
When cost cutting came at the end of the Dot Com bust, the market cried out a host of new mantras:
And somewhere along the way, people forgot that virtual machines, virtual collaboration suites, business intelligence applications and ERPs all needed storage and computing power, almost as much or even more than a data center required.
Finally, the dust cleared and clearer minds prevailed. Software as a service (SaaS) came about. Now known as cloud computing, it’s existed for some time now. Email, online tax calculators, ticket booking systems and online games are all examples of cloud computing in action.
Beware of false prophets
At Gunshot Digital we’ve never chased after the false prophets and fads. We have always been proud of our understanding of cloud computing. And our expertise in developing, maintaining and hosting software as a service goes back years. We’ve always been in the cloud computing space and we’ve refined our skills and expanded our know how to include every aspect of cloud computing and software as a service (SaaS).
If you’re interested in taking advantage of enterprise mobile cloud computing, talk to the experts in clouds – Gunshot Digital. We’ll show you how to maximize your potential using SaaS strategies that are already proven and not just some cloud drifting by.