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Cloud Technology

Cloud technology

When operational costs vaporize most of your revenue, turning to cloud options is the best choice. Organizations fancy the use of the term ‘cloud’. Many fail to understand that the cloud is a broad collection of services. The cloud experts know to make cloud technology work for an organization.

Below are the essentials before jumping into a decision on the cloud.


The assessment begins with Qukind’s cloud experts assessing your organization’s needs. Our team will analyze your existing system in detail and the service models of the cloud system that resonates with it. The assessment begins from the origin or the department that needs the cloud transition the most. The assessment of the infrastructure and its versions is involved too. This is to identify whether the existing infra can support the cloud system. We also assess your company’s flexibility and adaptability to embrace the technology. We generate documents on cloud assessment and generate reports on audits performed in your company.

Mitigation of risk

This goes hand in hand with the assessment process. Our cloud specialists will scan your entire operations and process flow for security risks. As a part of our detailed risk analysis we separate the data from the process. Our team targets 3 processes in your existing system that forms the core of risk analysis and mitigation. The three things are

. Origin of the data
. Stationary data
. Data transfer
This helps us to determine the potential threats to the data in the process loop.


Qukind being a cloud technology, consultant gets started on your company’s cloud transition based on the reports produced by our assessment team. There are different strategies to be followed based on a company’s operation. Cloud-specific consultants at Qukind will provide you with a variety options for cloud services. They vary from public, private and hybrid.

Strategy-these are suitable for small businesses with all the essentials and very friendly on your pocket. These public clouds have their own limitations in terms of configuration, security, compliance and SLAs. E.g. Amazon’s elastic compute, IBM’s blue, Window’s azure and Google apps.

Private cloud servers – these are suitable for enterprises that run their own in-house apps. These are a little heavier on the pocket. The organizations that make constant transfer of sensitive data can invest on this type of cloud. You can vary the configuration and security levels based on your budget.

Hybrid cloud servers- The best and worth investing when it comes to in terms of security failure recovery and back up. This is the solution to the domino effect debacles. Most suited for heavy apps and large volumes of data. Operations and data transfers that require high standard of security and compliance can make use of these hybrid clouds.