Students often find themselves in catch-22 situation. Low on finances, high on ideas bundled together with an air of helplessness. Not anymore with CAPS™. It is just the ideal choice for those aspiring techies spawning out of the universities and colleges. Your search for an ideal hardware and software system with just the right applications, patches and software development kits, application development frameworks, open source binaries as well as subscription based licensed application software – all available on demand as a utility type compute resources with a single click operation that are affordable by all means is just the right thing you are looking for ends with CAPS™.
Professors and head of the departments henceforth no longer be tied down to slim university budgets and grants, trim your spiraling infrastructure and enterprise software and application software costs by turning to the paradigm shift that CAPS™ forces you into. With CAPS™ you have unlimited compute resources when you need it and you pay for what you actually use! Just the ideal fit for your research based products where there the need for massive storage when required and access to information and data harvesting tools when need might just be what you really wanted. Besides, your students can access your lab from anywhere with an internet connection, yet highly secure!
Today, universities, tend to buy VM infrastructure in-house and build their own cloud hoping to provide a cloud computing environment for their students and their needs. Once you do that you are already investing a lot in building the cloud in-house. The smart thing to do today is not build your own cloud but tap into it. Tapping into cloud on your own can be both expensive and be influenced by the skill of technical staff on board, because, they are going to recommend what they are comfortable with, hence biased. It makes sense to leverage a Cloud Services Brokerage company such as Step Ahead, because we are neutral and our focus is in the value delivered to the end client. Value comes in discrete packages. We believe the future IT is geared towards such value based packages from service providers.