In Our Third Decade of Serving
The Needs of Central Maryland

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In Our Third Decade of Serving
The Needs of Central Maryland



What Is A Cloud?

Once, a cloud was simply the accumulation of moisture in the atmosphere that brought with it shade, beautiful skies, funny looking shapes, and occasionally some precipitation in the form of rain or snow. But now, like the definition of countless things from simpler times, the meaning of cloud has extended into the world of technology. Cloud technology, most simply put, refers to the physical location of the data being stored and accessed. That is, that the data is no longer stored on your devices hard drive, but off in some remote place filled with servers and round-the-clock monitoring by specialist. This means that you dont have to keep all your files on every device, needlessly filling up your disk space. Now, you can store your files in the cloud and access them anytime, anywhere, from any device.

Cloud Data Storage

One of the fastest growing trends in business technology today is the use of cloud services. One of the most broadly advantageous of these services is cloud data storage. The benefits of storing data in a cloud are monumental. When your business migrates to our cloud data storage, there can be reduced, or even eliminated, need for centralized data servers at your business's location, reduced cost for the acquisition, implementation, and management of data storage hardware, you and your employees will be able to securely access pertinent information over the internet, even when you're out of the office or traveling abroad, and you will gain peice of mind knowing that your data is being managed by trained, certified, experienced professionals.

Contact CES today to speak with our knowlegable staff and discuss the benefits our cloud storage can provide for your business as well as our off-site backup services to protect your organization from crippling data-loss.
Email us with any questions you have or to schedule a meeting, you can also call our office at 301-620-1580