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Looking up at the cloud computing and cloud fax markets

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Countless businesses rely on cloud services to perform their daily operations. The following two industry reports scrutinize the global cloud computing market and cloud faxing market.

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In the past, all businesses relied on local, on-premise information technology (IT) equipment. Now, however, many businesses are transitioning to the cloud. Known as cloud computing, it involves the use of computer resources from a remote server or data center. A cloud service provider sells these resources to businesses.

And businesses access these resources over the internet, thereby eliminating the need for om-premise IT equipment.

One of the reasons so many businesses are using cloud computing services is because of the cost-savings benefits that it offers. With cloud computing, businesses no longer need to purchase or maintain IT equipment. Rather, their computing resources are supplied over the internet by a cloud service provider.

The Global Cloud Computing Market Research report by The Market Reports is a professional study of the cloud computing market. Featuring 115 pages, it explores the market from all angles while covering both current and future prospective scenarios. Within this report, you'll find professional insight into the market's size, classifications, chain structure, product cost, price, growth drivers and more.

Some of the key cloud comptuing vendors profiled in this report include Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, IBM, Aliyun, Google Cloud Platform, Salesforce, Rackspace, SAP, Oracle, Vmware, DELL, EMC and others

The Global Cloud Fax Sales Market report by The Market Reports is a second professional study, but it focuses specifically on the cloud fax market rather than cloud computing market. So, what is cloud faxing exactly? Cloud faxing follows in the footsteps of conventional cloud computing by using remote hardware to provide functionality over the internet. It works just like a regular fax machine, allowing businesses and consumers to send and receive faxes. The key difference is that cloud fax uses a web-based interface to perform these operations rather than local hardware. Therefore, it offers many of these benefits as cloud computing, including cost-savings benefits in the form of reduced overhead. This makes it a popular choice for businesses that are looking to save money on operational expenses.

This report segments the global cloud fax market by several criteria. On the basis of geographic region, the market is segmented into the United States, China, Europe, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and others. On the basis product type, the market is segmented into universal edition and custom edition. Finally, the cloud fax market by end-user application, covering key applications like individual and home office, small and medium enterprises, and large enterprises. Each market segment is thoroughly scrutinized.

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