Fly high with cloud computing course at college
CLOUD computing is a hot topic at the moment, but what is it, and what can it do for your business?
Quite simply, it is a means of securely storing your company files, data, applications and emails in one central off-site location or data centre.
Rather than sitting on a server in your office, your important company information is hosted out in “the cloud”, where it can be accessed virtually.
This not only saves you money by removing the need to purchase and maintain expensive on-site servers, but also offers a more flexible approach to IT, enabling employees to access everything they need to work remotely, no matter where they are in the world.
To find out more, the CMI is hosting an event on cloud computing at City College, Peterborough later in May.
It will be hosted by Lorraine Bellis, founder of Whittleseybased computing firm Quest, and provide opportunities to network with other professional managers.
It takes place on Tuesday, May 29, 6.30pm for 7pm start and ends by 8.30pm.
To book your free place, e-mail email@example.com, or call Caroline Lewis on 01223 221261 by Monday.