Fog Predicted for the
Future of Computing
Cloud computing is rapidly expanding and certainly appears here to stay. Increasingly, however, IT specialists are beginning to realize that many of the services and much of the data their users rely on for critical decision-making are better suited in closer proximity, at on-premise sites or in small, local data centers - which has recently been dubbed "Fog Computing".
Considering the exploding demand for mobility, business intelligence, and real-time analytics - not to mention the enormous amount of data that clients and applications are expected to generate - it makes complete sense that businesses would want to store some of it locally.
Researchers at Princeton University have found that the future of enterprise computing appears to be a hybrid model where information, applications, and services are split between the cloud and the fog - or local networks, for faster response times.
By balancing computing needs among these different options, network architects can achieve optimum adaptability and scalability.
Hanson's Local Cloud Solutions
Hanson Information Systems provides an enterprise-grade cloud hosting environment for critical client applications and offsite backup solutions.
With a state of the art data center - Hanson can guarantee 99.9% up time and easy accessibility.
Some of the additional benefits of Hanson's local cloud solutions include:
- Ease of Access
- Fast Implementation
- Access from Anywhere
- Peace of Mind
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