When the cloud speaks


  The transition from being very ‘personal hardware dependent’ to a world where resources are shared among the masses is creeping up on us slowly and unobtrusively. Very many people have already transitioned to using a cloud environment for most of their time. This transitional phase has not only seen a mushroomed growth in the American states but creeping in the African, Italian and many parts of Australia and New Zealand also.

The evolution of cloud computing, which enabled convenient, omnipresent, on-demand access to computing resources was the technological base for the conception of Hotelogix as it understood that a point will come when cloud will speak.

Hotelogix’s cloud enabled technology has made the small and mid-sized hotel industries benefit from it immensely by not only accessing it from just anywhere at any point of time but also reduce capital expense in IT. With over customers spread over 40 countries and trial users in more than 165 countries, Hotelogix has shown how well this technology is being accepted.

Cloud Computing is the evolution of a variety of technologies that have come together to alter an organization’s approach to building IT infrastructure. Cloud applications continue to gain momentum in enterprise applications as buyers are attracted to fast deployment speeds, low upfront costs, and ongoing flexibility to scale up or down as needs change.

Cloud Computing is one of the most talked about emerging technology trends today for its potential to be an unambiguous technology. National Institute Of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines Cloud computing “as a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.”

Hotelogix is the ultimate web solution that is meant for budgeted and mid-sized hotel operations who deserves to have reduced operational headache.