The term “cloud computing” is commonly used when discussing our software. At WinWeb we provide software in a “on-demand” basis, meaning that our customers are able to access their data from any computer terminal and a wide range of internet-enabled devices.
Cloud computing is also often referred to as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) because it is usually provided on a subscription basis, rather than requiring a physical purchase of the software product. This also means that no installation is required either, with all updates delivered by the service provider usually without any disruption for the user.
Access to cloud computing applications is open to users of almost any operating system. Windows, Apple and Linux users with access to the Internet and a web browser such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari will be able to use the software. This allows users to switch their operating system with ease and not worry about compatibility issues.
Data entered into a Cloud Computing application is stored on the highly secure servers of the provider rather than on your own desktop. This is highly advantageous to users, because it provides greater security and also allows them to access all of the same information regardless of their current location in the world.