Cloud computing has the potential to form the basis of business, and start-ups to be specific. We are in a digital age where no matter what the size of a business, it cannot survive without having an online footprint. Cloud computing has a cost effective potential for start-ups as no significant investments are required for having a cloud service. The
The internet has evolved at such a rapid pace in just two decades. This growth has contributed to remarkable advancements in technology that have increased internet speed while keeping server costs low. As a result, one of the biggest advancement in this medium is the cloud. Many hosting companies today offer cloud services, but how do they actually work?
I recently read the summary (courtesy of Joe McKendrick – author, independent researcher and speaker exploring innovation, information technology trends and markets) of an interesting report on research conducted in early 2014 on 802 Companies by IBM’s Center for Applied Insights. They wanted to establish empirical data regarding the business advantages of cloud computing. The benefits of cloud computing that
Key questions many people ask when considering moving to Cloud Computing is: “How easy will this be for me to move from my current backup system to ‘the cloud’?”, and “How easy is it to maintain?” The answers to these questions depend on your choice of Cloud Provider. Canadian Cloud Backup (CCB) is designed for easy transition into Cloud Computing
There is an ongoing global concern regarding where to back up important files. The ambiguity regarding a Government’s ability to ‘examine’ online files hosted in a country (regardless of country of origin) varies considerably. Fortunately, Canada has embraced the security of private data storage. This means Canadian Companies holding their backup data within Canada are safe from Government review (without