Cloud computing works by enabling client devices to access cloud applications and data over the internet from remote physical servers, database and computers. KamatSoft eValuemax v10.1 with its n-tier architecture using http/(s) protocol that drives internet for communication between server and client provides that capability. So even entry level edition of KamatSoft eValueMax v10.1 Essentials allows you to access KamatSoft eValueMax v.10 on your notebook over internet.
KamatSoft eValueMax v10.1 is n-tier architecture for highest scalability. Its consists of application server, database server and client. Application server resides on web-server which IIS installed presently on every Windows OS from Windows home edition to Windows Advanced Server editions. Database can reside on same or different server. Typical dabases like SQL Server or Oracle supported by eValueMax can reside on windows or linux server. Client can be Windows using Windows Desktop Client App or Android or Apple for reports.
Having developed in Visual C++, KamatSoft eValueMax v10.1 can run on entry level desktop/notebook which can hot application server, IIS (KamatSoft eValueMax setup can configure this for you), database and client. Remote client can access this server with static IP purchased from your telecom provider or free instance from like No-ip.
You can install application server on one or more Windows Servers where clients can be on same IP network or from any machine around the world using static IP on one/more servers.
KamatSoft eValuemax v10.1 can run on intranet on wide are network.With server to client communication compressed, bandwidth would be considerably reduced. Server in this can run on central computers typically where large number of users can be on local network and connectivity (especially upload is good).
KamatSoft eValueMax v10.1 with cloud computing technology is fully geared to run on private and public cloud natively. Users can be spread all the world accessing application in cloud using Windows desktop client or mobile.