Cloud basics

cloud basics

Does your job require you to travel often, do you work from home, or are you finding yourself dashing in and out of the office most days of the week? If this sounds more like your work week rather than typical 9-5 office week, you probably know how valuable it is to be able to access documents when you're out of the office and on the move. These are the cloud basics!

Storing data in "the cloud" – instead of on your PC – means you have access to your own documents through a variety of devices, regardless of your location; all you need is an internet connection.

You can use your laptop, desktop, tablet, or smart phone to access your own data that has been stored in the cloud.

The Telstra cloud stores data in virtual servers. These servers are located and maintained off-site, so you don't need to worry about ongoing maintenance, and are beneficial because they are entirely flexible – they can be scaled up or down as your needs change.

It's likely you've used cloud computing and storage without even knowing: if you've ever uploaded a photo to a social network or a video to YouTube, or if you use an email service (like Gmail or Outlook), you're using the cloud! The software for these kind of applications doesn't exist on your personal PC – it's stored in the service's cloud.

Cloud Services Australia

Telstra's cloud services work on Australia's most reliable IP network, solidifying dependable performance and security.

Schepisi knows how to tailor a Telstra cloud service that meets your specific demands, no matter the size of your business.