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Greek Gods and Goddesses: Don’t Go to War With Your Infrastructure

|Greek Gods and Goddesses: Don’t Go to War With Your Infrastructure
Greek Gods and Goddesses: Don’t Go to War With Your Infrastructure2019-07-24T22:33:26+00:00

From Athena to Zeus, the Greek gods and goddesses have been a topic of interest throughout the centuries. In our quick-hitting guide, you’ll gain a further understanding on some of the most popular gods and goddesses in Greek mythology.

Zeus

Zeus was the all-powerful ruler of the Olympian gods, and the god of the skies and earth. He was known for being and upholder of institutions, and a protector of his people, and tried to ensure the goodwill of the community he oversaw. One of the key symbols of Zeus was his flash and lightning bolt, which could roll and wreak havoc, storms, and intense darkness to any god or mortal who encountered it.

Zeus was also referred to as the father of men, and took particular interests in the well-being of mortals. Although he was known as a truthful, fair, and charitable god, Zeus was also known for his severe punishment practices towards gods and mortals alike for their misdeeds.

Athena

Athena was the goddess of wisdom, known for her reason, intelligence, and knowledge of arts and literature. As the daughter of Zeus, Athena gained some of his ferocity and courage in battle. Athena was the embodiment of wisdom and reason, and was also referenced as Zeus’s favorite child, being one of the only people allowed to use his thunderbolt. The Greek city of Athens is the plural form of the name Athena, and has come to represent the sisterhood of goddesses that were there.

Poseidon

Poseidon is the brother of Zeus and Hades, and the god of the sea, protector of the ocean, and all aquatic life.  He is often depicted with his trident, his main weapon which was powerful enough to cause earthquakes, and shatter objects.  He was characterized by a strong and disagreeable personality, often having disputes with other gods. Poseidon was a symbol of strength, second in power only to Zeus.

Tame the Waters

Have your on-premise headaches been escalating lately? Are you sick of dealing with upgrading and maintaining your on-premise infrastructure? Even the gods would agree that you should be spending less time on dealing with your outdated systems, and more time on running your business.

To do so, you’ll need to have the right tools and resources to guide you through your journey. Tame the waters on your rocky on-premise journey with dinCloud, a cloud services provider. We’re here to steer you out of those tough waters. The cloud can help your business increase productivity, and ensure that your technology doesn’t hold your business back. With dinCloud, your employees can access their hosted workspaces on any device (laptop, desktop, iPad, or Android device). Give your employees increased flexibility in the workplace.

Paying Too Much on Your Cloud Bill?

It’s difficult to maintain all your business operations in an on-premise environment, and you shouldn’t have to. If you’re already leveraging a cloud services provider, are you paying too much on your cloud bill? With dinCloud’s monthly subscription based flat rate pricing, there will be no surprises. No hidden fees. No transfer fees. Exercise transparency in your cloud experience.

The next time you need to deal with having to maintain, upgrade, or manage outdated infrastructure, consider the benefits of cloud migration. In particular, dinCloud’s secure cloud infrastructure can help your business increase productivity and decrease costs. To learn more about dinCloud’s infrastructure, visit our why dinCloud page. If you’re looking for a flat-rate cloud, check out our pricing page.