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Cloud computing offers many benefits, including higher efficiency, lower costs and better performance. But there are many connected benefits that companies tend to overlook, such as the reduction of business processes, better collaboration and flexible working arrangements.

Cloud computing’s foundational infrastructure comprises data storage, central server software and software that connects devices. But it also extends to various functional software, including accounting applications and customer service tools. They can be operated by the business or by a third-party provider (CSP).

There are three major types that are available: Infrastructure as a service, Platform as a service and Software as a service.

Infrastructure as a Service allows you to lease hardware, software and storage infrastructure on a pay-as-you basis from a cloud service. This model can provide unrivalled scaling capabilities, with the ability to add or remove virtual resources quickly and easily to meet demand.

Platform as a Service, or PaaS is a cloud-based application development platform that provides an entire development environment for apps. This means that you can create applications that are compatible with your current system software and can be hosted in the same location provided you have an Internet connection.

Businesses can now work wherever even at home, due to the ability to access cloud-based applications, documents, and data from any device with an internet connection. This lets for more flexible working schedules that boost employee motivation and increase productivity. It also helps to reduce costs as there is no need to purchase office equipment use.