.Os is in fact a collection of networks designed to work as a hybrid web. Each and every client is actually a separate network connected at the hub. This allows elasticity to the overall network. Single users are able to interact and share with other single users or larger groups or organisational clients. These are discribed as environments because they are self contained workspaces that allow the user(s) complete control over their respective enviornments.
The backend and backbone of the network is battle tested and has been in constant use for nearly 16 years. Its built on technologies that are common today that provide much of the integration and inter-connectivity. Our base platform allows us to morph into almost any direction of product our clients may what to explore or replicate. The inderlying technologies are for the most part the core of the system. This allows us to build upon the platform and create new apps on the fly. Thus adding additional building blocks on which the collective network can then build upon.
The network architecture is pretty straight forward and allows the user client to easily understand how it operates. Clients find that the user experience is much like what they're accustomed to in their everyday web experiences. There is no learning curve other than the realization that they are infact working in multiple environments of immediate space and cloud space. They discover everything they may want or require is already built into the environment. They only need to call it up by simply doing what they normally do.
Clients frequently discover that they are seamlessly working within their personal environment and can communicate or share with others in and out of it. They no longer have to wait for a reply via eMail when the respondent is already availible via the network and beyond. You see the data of "internet of things" is always there. There is no need to close out your work or conversations to work on another platform or website. They simply bring the outside work project, collaboration or communication into their environment. Hence everything you do can then be done seamlessly within their respective environments. They can choose to share or invite someone to join them in theirs or a separate environment. ...Availability!
Sometimes we discover we don't have every tool in the wheel house to accomplish the task or job at hand. With .Os that's not a problem because a client can scale up or down seamlessly without the need to purchase or release any resources. Clients never have to worry about running out of storage space or not having the computing power to handle any task. .Os is an elastic platform and affords it's clients the ability to grow or shink at will. There is no such thing as full or not enough within the users environment(s). The needed resources are built into the individual environments and are readily available when called upon. There are no excuses within the .Os framework!