Sitting right alongside social media, smart phones and mobile technologies, cloud computing is one of the most significant developments of the digital era.
It’s also an industry in perpetual motion, with cloud infrastructure and deployment evolving rapidly to meet the needs of the today’s modern business. Cloud adoption, in particular, has exploded over the past few years to now be viewed as one of the most flexible and economical ways to manage business technology, regardless of an organisation’s size, or the physical location of its employees.
Gone are the days where you needed to house an oversized (or even small) server at your place of business. Cloud computing gives you the freedom to access your network via a remotely hosted server, allowing you to manage critical business information and data from anywhere in the world.
Flexibility is arguably the most important advantage of cloud computing. In particular, the simple way a cloud-based network can be massaged to adapt and scale to changes in workload. Cloud computing makes it possible for resources to be provisioned (and taken away) as they are needed, which makes it easier—and more economical—to make resource levels to meet in-time demand.
Along with the growing interest in both cloud computing and network integration, comes a greater need for faster and more efficiently controlled data centre networks. Data centres are no longer just a place to retrieve lost content, but also where businesses interact with company data on a daily basis.
As a result, there is now pressure on data centres to keep, creating a need for physical media to up the ante. This is where the importance of fibre management and connectivity come in. MTP high-density connectors used for optical performance capabilities play a crucial role in cloud computing because they help deliver solutions that minimise fibre risk in the cable plant. If you take care of your fibre protection, you’ll have a much easier time adopting and using cloud computing.
Get in touch with our team to find out more about MTP, and how it works with cloud computing.