Franklin Technology Management Introduces Latest Assessments in Cloud Computing

Franklin Technology Management helps Californian businesses to improve flexibility, mobility, and productivity using the latest assessment in the cloud computing technology. Franklin Technology Management is an IT services provider company, especially helping companies introducing the latest technologies to boost the productivity, fuel innovation, and growth. Franklin Technology introduced that, it will provide latest innovative cloud computing assessments to small and medium sized businesses on almost end to the this November.

The main objective of these free cloud based assessments to identify how cloud computing solutions help companies and enterprises to achieve their specific goals. Franklin Technology Management will also help companies in adopting new cloud based services, that save the companies money for buying software and their licenses, server maintenance,  and system outages.

Carson Franklin, President at Franklin Technology Management said:  “Many businesses are conflicted about cloud services, mainly because there’s a misunderstanding of what the cloud is. In general, they know the benefits, but are wary of adopting cloud services because of misinformation about things like security, billing models, reliability or ownership of their data. These assessments will help local businesses understand cloud computing and show them how it can help them be more agile and competitive.”

Cloud computing is a technical term which is used for Internet-based services. A cloud computing based services utilizing the shared processing resources to overcome the performance, compatibility in this new technological world, where the computing speed is everything. The data to computers and connected devices also on-demand that helps to improve the data efficiency. The benefits of cloud-computing, including minimum cost of upfront infrastructure, easy way of deployment and quick responses to the services, improved manageability, minimal maintenance issues, and capable to adjust resources based on the system needs.

Cloud services are generally categorized in three different schemes, which are followed as: SaaS, PaaS and Iaas.

Software as a Service: The applications in the SaaS category can be accessed from various devices that are running computer software like, either a Web browser or program interface. Examples: Cloud based office, designing application, e-mail, virtual desktop and CRM based services.

Platform as a Service: The applications in the PaaS category, used for deployment of client produced data or application to the virtual infrastructure. Examples: Hosting of cloud based database, developers tools and execution run-time computing tools, and web serving.

Infrastructure as a Service: The applications in the IaaS category, used for deployment of storage, processing, network connectivity, load balancers, off premises network infrastructure and cloud storage, virtual servers and  machines.