Security on Your Cloud
With virtually every business organization using some form of technology, online activities are subject to security issues that can compromise both the business, users, and, in some cases, the clientele. Data breaches have made national headlines so often that people have accepted them as commonplace; with consumers expressing more concern about cyber risk, identity theft and personal privacy than they are about their own personal safety, according to a recently released survey by Travelers.
Productivity with Your Business’s Cloud
Cloud Computing has quickly become the standard model for IT purposes after its formation over 16 years ago. With its reliability, scale, flexibility, and easy-to-use features, it has opened new doors for many businesses, whether large or small, existing or start-up.
With a seemingly endless number of cloud computing options to select from, choosing the right Cloud Service for your company can be nothing short of overwhelming. Unfortunately, all clouds are not created equal, and it is important to consider factors such as performance levels, cost and reliability when considering potential cloud computing providers. Below are just a few key points that can help you determine whenever your Cloud Service Provider (CSP) is providing the right service, support and technology that you need.
Cloud Storage is a term that many use but can’t clearly define. What is the cloud? How does one use it? How does it benefit your business? If you are currently using an iPhone, any form of social media or online data drive, then you are already using Cloud Storage but may be unaware that you are doing so.
Technology has revolutionized not only the economy, but the way that people do business. The statistics speak for themselves, according to a recent study by Goldman Sachs. The numbers below indicate not only the future of cloud computing, but the overall impact that this technology has made in the current market. According to the study:
Disaster Recovery System
A Disaster Recovery System is an often overlooked, but essential aspect of preserving a business’ technological infrastructure. Simply put, a Disaster Recovery System is a plan for continuity in a particular business should a disaster occur that destroys a business’s resources, including important data records.