Some of the biggest developers of software for the credit repair industry are making the switch from standard CPU processors to an online cloud computing system. This switch although better for maintenance costs does make the system run a little slower, which with access by so many individuals it is rather difficult to efficiently access the information from the servers. What the credit repair software specializes in is the processing of disputable information from within the systems and reporting it quickly to the appropriate credit bureau. The software themselves used for the credit repair systems are also difficult to maintain, and therefore the switch to cloud computing comes to try and reduce costs that are being incurred by the companies that run the systems. The cost of keeping all of the computers running and keeping the software maintained has been killing certain companies, with the switch to cloud computing although costs are saved, clients do not have as quick of an ability to get their claims and disputes reported to specific agencies. One very intelligent thing these companies have been doing to try to help the costs as well as the speeds is the use of remote access, this will establish a direct connection from one computer to another. This increases the security which is very important especially with credit repair software as the personal information is being sent back and forth. Also these systems seem to be a step for the future as they are allowing people to keep track of information in essence of real time.