The Driving Force Of Every Business IT Services
In today’s internet-driven world, every company requires IT services to support and grow their operations online. An IT services company helps companies manage and maintain their IT operations effectively.
What are IT Services?
IT services are a host of structured processes and procedures that a business needs to perform to create, manage and optimise its information and business processes.
Outsourced IT services are known as Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Application Outsourcing (AO) and Infrastructure Outsourcing.
There are many types of IT services. A few of them include:
1. Mobile Application Development
It comprises of a front-end process and a backend process.
The front end is the mobile user interface (UI). It is supported by multiple back end processes.
The backend process, on the other hand, is mainly for data routing, security, authentication, working offline and authorisation.
It is supported by a host of middleware components such as mobile app server, mobile backend as a service (mBaaS) and service-oriented architecture (SoA).
2. Software Development
Software development is the process of
- Bug Fixing
- The processes involved in creating and maintaining
- Other Software components
Software development is also known as the process of writing and maintaining the source code, a collection of codes. It is a programming language written in plain text.
In a broader sense, software development consists of everything that lies in between the conception of an idea to the final result.
3. Website Hosting
A website hosting service allows individuals or businesses to make their website accessible to the world through the internet.
Entities who host websites provide space on their servers for the website to function, and also offer an internet connection. Also, all this typically happens in a data centre.
Web hosting can be classified into
Smaller hosting services
Larger hosting services
(a)Smaller Hosting Services
In smaller hosting services the most basic is a web page and a small scale file hosting. These can be uploaded via File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or a web interface.
In fact, Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) often provide this service for free to their customers.
(b) Larger Hosting Services
A complex website needs a more comprehensive array of hosting services.
Moreover, it also requires database support and application development platforms such as
- Java EE,
- Ruby on Rails
These facilities enable users to write or install scripts for applications, such as forums and content management. Also, to make the data more secure websites use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption.
There are several types of website hosting. We’ll tell you about a few of them below:
Shared Web Hosting
Shared web hosting involves placing a website on the same server as other websites. Furthermore, all the sites on the server use a shared resource such as RAM or CPU.
Reseller Web Hosting
This method allows users to become web hosts themselves. Through this, resellers can function under any combinations of hosting. It all depends on who they affiliate with, for individual domains.
Dedicated Hosting Services
Under this hosting, the user gets full control of their web server, even though they don’t own the server.
Moreover, dedicated hosting may be self-managed or unmanaged, and of all the plans, this one is the least expensive.
Also, since the clients have full administrative access to the server, they are responsible for its security and maintaining it.
As an IT services company, some of the popular web hosting that we use for our clients include GoDaddy, Amazon Cloud Hosting, Google Cloud and Microsoft Cloud.
Companies across industries leverage our IT services and solutions which are backed by a team of seasoned professionals.
IT is the backbone of every successful business. Therefore, a reliable IT infrastructure and the team go a long way in enabling a company to scale up its operations and expand its capabilities.