The cloud and cloud systems have fast become a popular technology used in businesses the world over. It’s become so favored that most major tech companies have an investment in it. The cloud is also becoming increasingly viable for small businesses looking to get more out of existing systems.
The cloud has rocketed from obscure idea to mainstream must-have in under a decade. According to a recent article on Forbes, more than 53% of businesses with 50 or fewer employees use some form of cloud solution
As businesses begin to embrace the benefits of always being connected, they’ll find that they need a better file and data storage solution. To many this means looking at the cloud as a way to extend existing capabilities. If you are looking to implement a cloud storage solution there are questions you can ask to ensure you find the service that best works for you
Many tech trends come and go over the years and are continuously evolving. What was bleeding edge five to 10 years ago is now commonplace.
How many times have you had an important document to fax, walked over to the fax machine paused for a minute and asked yourself, ‘which side goes up?’. Once you figure it out, punch in the recipient’s phone number and hit send you often find you have a paper jam. Let’s face it, fax machines aren’t the easiest things to use.
Google recently released its cloud storage app, Google Drive. In a market with over 10 direct competitors, Google faces some tough competition. Users have been chomping at the bit to get their hands on the service and see if it really cuts the mustard
Does your company use cloud storage services or peer-to-peer (P2P) networks for the storage and sharing of data? Many businesses are now using both these services in an effort to make work less complicated. But did you know that there are potential issues in relation to recoverability and security of data
Cloud computing is fairly new, which only means that there are still a lot of good things about it to be discovered and developed. Let’s take a look at some promising trends in the industry that are poised to make cloud computing even better than it is right now. Anyone who tells you that the cloud has reached a peak is definitely mistaken.
So your data is stored in the cloud. That’s a good thing, right?
Before you entrust your sensitive data to a “cloud” service provider, make sure you weigh the risks with the benefits.