Six most common cloud services

BaaS (Backup as a Service)

Any time you copy information onto a hard drive with the specific purpose of keeping your information safe and secure, you are backing up the information. Data backup ensures the safety and integrity of your data. Backup as a Service (BaaS) permits companies to quickly and effectively back up their data to an offsite environment without the added value of purchasing the necessary {hardware}. Cloud backups can then be accessed as needed through the internet. BaaS lays the foundation for preserving your company’s data safe by introducing the 3-2-1 Rule – Obtain 3 copies of the data, Have the data in 2 different types of media, and keep 1 backup copy offsite.

SECaaS (Security as a Service)

Whereas we can all agree on the advantages of technology and data accessibility, it does not come without its fair share of risks. Now, more than ever before, personal and company data wants top-level security from impending cyber threats. Security as a Service offers cyber threat protection for your data and, finally for the success of your business. Data breaches and downtime could be an absolute PR and financial disaster for your business and SECaaS protects you from these disasters. SECaaS solutions include, among other issues, Firewall Protection, SIEM, Email Security, and Identity Management.

DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service)

Natural disasters, like the very latest 3.9-magnitude earthquake in Japan, can happen without warning and pose a very unpredictable threat to your corporation. Other disasters can come in the way of a data breach, human error, and even an unnatural disaster like a building fire. Nobody is safe from the potential of their data being lost in the chaos of a disaster. Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) ensures that, even during the worst of events, your organization’s data will be safe.
When a disaster occurs, your online business can easily failover to its Cloud DR site to ensure availability. Simply put, DRaaS could be the difference between your company going under or staying afloat during the worst of situations.

DaaS (Desktop as a Service)

It is no secret that more work is being done through mobile, personal, and remote devices than ever before. This poses a unique challenge to IT Administrators who must maintain company information safe as well as updated and accessible to the employees who need it. Having a Virtual Desktop as a Service (DaaS) mitigates this issue for IT. By implementing a DaaS, you may rest assured that your organization’s data is safe on a server but also accessible and up-to-date for any employee who needs it. Still, worried about the security of a mobile desktop? Look into the possibility of Multi-Factor Authentication.

IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service)

IaaS, DRaaS, DaaS, etc. are all amazing tools with amazing advantages for your company. However, all of them require physical and digital resources to create. That’s where Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) comes into play. Infrastructure is offered by cloud service suppliers, like Oceacyber, and used to deploy your other Service solution. IaaS affords companies greater flexibility in terms of cloud deployments.
Bottom Line
Nowadays, almost all the things available on-premises can be accessible within the cloud; and corporations proceed to make the shift away from expensive {hardware} deployments in favor of cloud services. The peace of thought, the versatility, the security, and the convenience of cloud-based providers speak for themselves and, with the dawn of the 5G computing era, are very important to the survival of modern business.
Understanding the fundamentals of cloud providers is step one to implementing them yourself. Now that you recognize the fundamentals of the 6 most common Service choices and Service offerings available, you can take the next step. Contact Oceancyber right now to find out how we may also help with your Cloud Computing needs