• Virtualization

    A Private Cloud is a Smart Move

    Cloud computing on DataHive's private cloud is very reliable and secure, so all of your data will be there when you need it. Your data is well-protected which will help to ensure peace of mind.

  • Virtualization

    Is Your Data Safe?

    DataHive has the latest technology, the latest firewalls, a world-class data center and the highest levels of redundancy possible and we will apply multiple layers of defense in-depth that an average business can never have.

  • Virtualization

    Where is Your Data?

    DataHive's private cloud operates within the confines of our fully redundant N+1 data centre. With our guaranteed uptime, security and reliability, your data will be protected and accessible to you 24/7/365.

  • Virtualization

    The Cloud Works for Businesses

    Cloud computing supports and maintains software, hardware, infrastructure, and IT support on external servers that are accessible via the Internet. Businesses can access more storage space and computing power.


Lower Costs

A company that adopts cloud computing can reduce its energy consumption, lower its carbon emissions and decrease its capital expenditure on IT resources while improving operational efficiency. DataHive's cloud computing can:

• Help users avoid costly up-front capital investments in infrastructure
• Provide greater flexibility by allowing businesses to pay for excess capacity only when they need it.

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More Productivity

Cloud computing can allow businesses to realize higher productivity and efficiency gains. The key areas where cloud computing will make the most impact in productivity are as follows:

• Automation

• Self Service

• Dynamic Scaling

• Problem-free Upgrades

• Resilience and reliability

• Standardizing the IT Infrastructure.

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Many Benefits

The benefits cloud computing can offer vary greatly. Many businesses are constantly searching for cost-effective solutions. In addition to saving businesses money, DataHive cloud computing allows businesses to be innovative, to create services and products that previously weren't possible. Also, when businesses utilize cloud computing, they have access to more storage space and computing power without repetitive software download and upgrade requirements.

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DataHive's Cloud Computing Primer

What is cloud computing? What does it mean? Is it going to revolutionize business?

“Cloud computing” means your digital files, data, software or services are stored over the internet (or “in the cloud”), and you access them where and when you need them. You can access these files from your own computer, smartphone, tablet PC or other similar device that connects to the Internet. You don’t need to have the files, data, software or services stored on your own PC hard drive, tablet, or smartphone.

Cloud computing is a broad term that covers a number of different trends, all involving the internet and its potential to simplify the way we use computers and extend their capabilities. Cloud computing is being touted as the key to the future of IT, but many are still unsure as to what it is and its reliability.

Cloud computing is about putting more data on the internet ("the cloud") and less on computers or servers that a business runs for itself. This can be done in many ways, and it can get confusing.

Discussion of cloud computing often includes terms such as SaaS (software-as-a- service) and PaaS (platform-as a-service). There are major differences between the various forms of cloud computing, and they do not all offer the same benefits. Below are common questions and explanations about the confusing terms about this new area of computing.

Why use cloud computing?

The reasons for using cloud computing can vary, but often include:

• the desire to outsource the maintenance burden of servers and applications;

• the need to scale systems up or down on demand;

• the benefit of being able to access your data from anywhere with an internet connection;

• and the ability to replace occasional heavy expenditure on IT with regular and predictable operational expenditure.

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