Why Should You Have a Centralized Data Management System? A centralized data management system incorporates all the procedures and processes that your company uses on a day to day bases. It allows you to safely capture, store, secure, and retrieve your information on a single system, while having complete access across the company. Having the peace of mind of data
What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing is an Internet based computing model that allows shared processing of data among different users and devices. It basically provides great storage solutions with third party data centers that rely on sharing of resources over a single network.
Educational facilities are homes to huge datacentres with thousands of students and faculty accessing, communicating, and transferring data. Within the academic database there is not only academic information but also vital administrative subject matter, making accessibility and security of data important for both students and faculty. It goes without saying that the loss of important data is detrimental to an
There is no doubt that every business wants to protect their company and client base from data loss and inefficiencies. However, many companies do not have the staff or budget to implement proper disaster recovery plans. Yet, by considering Cloud-based disaster recovery plans, business owners might not realize that it can become much more reliable and cost-efficient. Below we will
No one can deny the prevalence of cloud computing in the IT world today. As technology grows ever more complicated, the amount of things which can go wrong increases. Keeping infrastructure localized and simplicity of use optimized means less downtime and maintenance, and therefore higher consistency. Digital technology is changing and it is becoming more and more important to adopt
Ease of use, unlimited storage, and access from anywhere in the world – the benefits of cloud computing are many; but as such can mean added threats. The Cloud Security Alliance has come up with a list of issues that pose a serious threat to cloud computing. Let’s have a look at each of them.
Quick adoption of the latest advancements in technology is a surefire way to increase productivity and profit. One domain of technology that is gaining momentum in our current corporate world is cloud computing. One advantage that cloud storage brings for businesses is that they don’t have to purchase infrastructure, for which costs can be staggering. Cloud storage allows businesses to
Have you decided to shift your organization’s operations to the cloud? No transition could ever hope to be successful without careful consideration of all relevant factors. Are you aware of the concerns you should be taking into account for this change? Here is a definitive list of factors that you must consider when moving to the cloud.
Many hospitals and healthcare facilities resort to using outdated computers and software for locating your medical history even today, which firstly, makes it hard to locate and time-consuming, and secondly, the information may not be up to date! While these systems may be one notch up from the almost obsolete paper file systems, they are yet short of the level
We have already covered the public vs. private cloud debate, but you may still not have been able to arrive at a definitive verdict (the cost of being completely unbiased). However, let’s not forget how we established that each has its own offering. While private is more secure, public is more cost-effective. That said, let’s not assume that public cloud