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iNGENUiTY's Cloud Hosting

Get the versatility you need with iNGENUiTY's Cloud Hosting. A cloud server negates the need for the capital outlay for servers and software. Access emails, data backups and applications anywhere anytime. Space for whatever you need where ever you are.

About The Cloud

Cloud hosting allows for the provisioning of dynamically scalable and virtualised resources. Like an electricity grid, you pay for what you use and it allows the end-user to access the services without the need for expertise in or control over the technology.

About The Cloud

Cloud hosting is about simplification and ease of use. It is highly scalable to cater for the fluctuating requirements faced by modern businesses. For SMEs with travelling employees or mobile businesses, the ability to access data and resources from anywhere is a distinct advantage. Cloud hosting is cost effective and highly convenient allowing you to create servers on-demand and in real-time.

What are Cloud Servers?


"Cloud Computing (or a Cloud Server) is a metaphor used by Technology or IT Services companies for the delivery of computing requirements as a service to a heterogeneous community of end-recipients. The term cloud theoretically signifies abstraction of technology, resources and its location that are very vital in building integrated computing infrastructure (including networks, systems and applications).

All Cloud computing models rely heavily on sharing of resources to achieve coherence and economies of scale similar to a utility (like the electricity grid) over a network (typically the Internet)."

Benefits of Cloud Computing

Portability: The system no longer needs awareness of a certain brand of hardware, and it sees only the generic interfaces of the Virtual Environment. The operating system can now be moved from one physical machine to another as long as both share the virtual environment.

Resource Sharing: Multiple operating systems can share a single set of hardware with the virtual environment managing allocation of the underlying physical resources.