DSi is able to be accessed worldwide through the Internet, smart phones and tablets with live data streaming to all platforms, including non-flash enabled devices.
Whether or not you believe in global warming, many organisations want to do something about it. This is either because their customers want to do business with green companies or simply through a genuine desire to emit less CO2, or other gases believed to warm the planet. By moving to the cloud, you'll be greener in two ways. First, you'll be saving energy, second, you'll be taking advantage of the work that your cloud service provider has done to reduce its data center's carbon footprint. Think of it as saving money that you might otherwise spend on carbon offsets.
When you run your own servers, you need to invest in more hardware than required; in case of failure.
Having spare hardware lying idle, "just in case," is an expensive way to maximise uptime and a great way to waste energy and money. Instead, why not let Digital Sense deal with the redundancy requirement? Digital Sense has several locations for our cloud services which means we can mirror your data and applications across them. That's a less expensive way of doing it and another way to enjoy the cloud's economies of scale.
Cloud-based delivery offers the opportunities for employees to connect wherever and whenever they have an Internet connection. If a company has remote employees or uses outsourced services, the programs can provide a secure and virtual meeting place used for any purpose. This can replace the need for some on-site meetings, which can accrue expenses due to travel or other hospitality, and save the time taken up through travel.
Digital Sense cloud services are multifunctional and can offer a range of capabilities. We will customise our cloud solution to meet your needs; and then adapt when necessary. If a company is small and has little data storage needs, they might only wish to consume a small amount of space, however, as the company grows and expands, the data storage needs can increase, and when that time comes, the cloud service can adapt and add storage space. There is no sense in deploying expensive "just in case" storage space until it's needed, technology advances rapidly; that's the advantage of elastic cloud services.
Another example includes company "busy seasons". When most companies go through their busy season, they may need to increase capacity and bandwidth, but as they move out of their busy season, they need to scale back. The cloud can easily adjust and costs can be cut during the slower times, therefore increasing profit margins.