Caveman Cloud Computing: More for Less
As the world rushes into the Cloud and IT Professionals drool over its capabilities and inevitable future, Cavemen like myself who ultimately write checks (or should I say execute online transfers) to catapult ourselves into this wispy future pause and say – What the hell is the Cloud and what does it do for me anyway?
Cavemen are simplistic beings. We don’t care about how it works, we just want more for less. We want it faster and easier. Oh, and we want it to be more secure. If the Cloud is that, then we like the Cloud. If it adds complications, greater costs, and we have to re-learn how to do things we are already doing, you can keep your Cloud. Thankfully, the Cloud makes it easier to do stuff we already do - like banking, watching videos, listening to music, working, storing files and learning new things. Nice! That is a Cloud I like – Easy Apps and Storage!
All we need to do is add “Compute” and our Cloud is complete! Sadly, Cavemen everywhere have been disappointed by those same IT Professionals or the “Big Guys” who shuffle and stare at their feet as they apologize for the Cloud that so far, couldn’t deliver “real” high-performance computing to go along with all of those Apps and Storage.
So, why not Compute in the Cloud? Why even have a physical desktop at all? If the Cloud can’t unify all aspects of computing, then we are stuck with one foot in the cloud, and one on the ground. We have no “Cloud Computing” – only Cloud Apps and Storage. The only true “Cloud Computing” has to include Everything that is Computing -- if it doesn’t, your Cloud is a poser.
My Cloud Computing with V3 Systems is what every Caveman wants: More Computing Performance for Less, with easy access from anywhere with any device, greater security and no sacrifices. Only V3 Systems delivers everything I already can do and experience with physical desktops, better and faster in a personal, private, hybrid or public Cloud. Can your Cloud do that? This Caveman’s Cloud can, and yours could too with V3 Systems.