Microsoft Business Cloud Services
Office 365 Business, Azure, Microsoft Exchange
A cloud service provider is a third-party company offering a cloud-based platform, infrastructure, applications, or storage services. Much like a homeowner would pay for a utility such as electricity or gas, companies typically have to pay only for the amount of cloud services they use.
Besides the pay-per-use model, cloud service providers also give companies a wide range of benefits. Businesses can take advantage of scalability and flexibility by not being limited to the physical constraints of on-site servers. The reliability of multiple data centers can provide redundancy. These datacenters be customized to your preferences and provide load balancing that can easily respond to heavy webserver demands.
Businesses should also evaluate security considerations of storing information in the cloud to ensure industry-recommended access and compliance management configurations and practices are enacted and met.