Cloud Computing

Why Cloud Computing? What is Cloud Computing?

A lot of IT companies make it sound complicated. But it’s really pretty simple.

It means you can store your data in one central location and then access it anywhere in the world.

Saving to the cloud is safe … resilient … scalable … and efficient. In most cases, Cloud Computing meets compliance and government regulation requirements.

And the beautiful thing is, it reduces the time needed to troubleshoot and repair network and systems breakdowns.

Simple? Really?

Ok, the back-end is not so simple. In fact, it’s complicated and needs trained professionals to make it work. That’s why you need a company like Link High.

Link High Technologies designs Infrastructure-as-a-Service solutions, tailored to your organization, and then hosts your data on our private or public cloud datacenters. We pride ourselves on our flexibility and, when needed, can recommend precise hybrid solutions that provide maximum options and flexibility to meet your needs.

Applications such as Microsoft Office 365 or CRM platforms can be delivered via subscription and are quickly available from any internet-connected device. There are no hardware investments or customer maintenance required.

There are no large upfront capital investments.

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What is Cloud Computing?

Office 365

Virtual Server Hosting

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Benefits of Cloud Computing Management

infrastructure as a service

Hardware, networking and storage resources are delivered via the Internet. Resources are quickly provisioned and capacity can be adjusted based on demand.  No large upfront capital investments.

software as a service

Applications such as Microsoft Office 365 or CRM platforms can be delivered via subscription and are available from any internet connected device quickly. There are no hardware investments or customer maintenance required.

disaster recovery

The resiliency and redundancy built in datacenter infrastructure is usually far superior and comprehensive than most organizations can afford. Additionally, most cloud hosting providers have geographic diversity so data can be co-located in different areas of the county at substantially lower costs than can be done by individual organizations.


Cloud hosting providers have built in resiliency and protection in their datacenters and have passed stringent audits and compliance requirements to ensure security.