Fly high with cloud com­put­ing course at col­lege

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Etbusiness Daily -

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 cjml@bas.ac.uk, or call Caro­line Lewis on 01223 221261 by Mon­day.

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