1. Cloud application development

Cloud platforms include all the needed tools that make it easy to create a large array of applications, including database-driven software. By using the power and flexibility of the cloud, they help developers work in a much more efficient way.

2. Data storage and recovery

Many companies replace their costly servers, and often times buggy software, by moving the data in the cloud. Data access speed and security are two of the key factors which have the potential to separate the winning providers from the losers.

3. Website hosting

Cloud website hosting helps your site stay online at all times by using the shared resources of several virtual servers. It's often the best solution for companies which have grown fast, reaching the limits of their dedicated hosting accounts.

4. Audio and video streaming

This cloud service helps you reach a huge audience, regardless of the device that they are using, without having to invest into expensive hardware. Broadcast live audio and video anytime you need, without worrying about the technical aspects of the process.
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