Cloud services

Cloud services refer to a collection of computational services delivered over the internet. These services can include infrastructure (Infrastructure as a Service or IaaS), platforms (Platform as a Service or PaaS), and software (Software as a Service or SaaS).

Cloud storage is a cloud service that enables users to store, manage, and access their data online. Instead of storing data on users’ physical devices like local hard disks, information is stored on servers maintained by cloud service providers. These services are typically accessible via the internet through web browsers or specific applications.

Backup as a Service (BaaS) is a cloud service that allows organizations and users to automatically and securely back up their data online. It enables them to store backups and retrieve them if necessary. This service is provided by cloud service providers and typically includes software for managing the backup process, storing data, and recovering it when needed.


Security as a Service

Security as a Service (SECaaS) is a cloud service delivery model that enables organizations and users to access a range of security services online via the internet. These services can encompass a broad spectrum of security tools and technologies used to protect data, systems, and networks.