Connecting You to the Cloud

Cloud computing is a more powerful way to compute. Instead of having massive servers at your company and IT employees that update and maintain your infrastructure, cloud providers (like Azure, AWS, etc.) provide all of this computing power for you. They work securely over the internet and charge a monthly subscription fee.

Perhaps you already use cloud services now – sending an email or storing a document. The real power is how you use the cloud. Experts, like Bluefin, can help you use the capabilities of the cloud to maximize your business. If done correctly, you don’t have to worry about computer assets or resources; instead, you only get faster more efficient and effective computing.


How the Cloud Can Help You Increase Profits and Reduce Costs?

  • Using custom cloud applications, decision-makers in your company can gain insightful data analytics for increasing revenue and effectively using resources.

  • Sensors can be added to the physical world, allowing for data collection and monitoring of important business functions.

  • Collaboration becomes much easier and effective with one copy of a centrally stored data. Gone are the days of documents being updated in email chains; cloud allows for instant updates.

  • Since documents and data can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection, files aren’t restricted to one device.

  • Cloud-based security enables companies to have backups and recovery in the event of emergency or disaster.

  • The computing infrastructure is managed by professionals; letting businesses focus on their core competencies.

  • In a cloud environment, companies can easily scale up or down their computing capabilities.


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One Simple Wish

Bluefin worked with One Simple Wish to re-platform the entire donating application, allowing One Simple Wish to have access to an abundance of features previously unattainable. Bluefin also designed an entirely new user experience for visitors to One Simple Wish’s site.

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Learn how PotBot uses solar power, wi-fi connected garden sensors to stream the data of temperature, light, humidity, and soil acidity to the cloud.

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Spaaza

Bluefin engaged with Spaaza’s product team and their customers to architect the key performance indicators and dashboards of its SAAS offering. Bluefin provided Spaaza with a real-time, multi-channel, analysis tool that highlighted trends and curves critical to the retail decision making process.  

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Learn about the the 3 key takeaways at the MIT Connected Things enterprise forum about health and wellness connected products. Learn about how BlueArchive will soon introduce high performance cloud storage that is designed to handle the volume of data that connected products generate.