Tag: Online Data Storage

14
Sep

Cloud Based Business Management Suites – A New Direction for Enterprises

While cloud based technology has established a good foothold and businesses have finally realized its potential, the technology itself has evolved significantly over the past few years. While the evolution owes a lot to higher internet speed and more reliable connections, it is also due to the change in how cloud-based solutions are designed and implemented. Today, the newest trend

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10
Aug

The Battle of Public Versus Private Clouds

It was said that ‘the cloud is the future’, but it was never really specified which cloud, exactly. As IT experts, we understand that cloud computing can be a complicated subject and vague statements simply don’t help consumers in making the right decision. Once you have decided to shift to cloud, that is just the beginning of it all. Ahead

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27
Jul

5 Reasons to Use Virtualization in Your Business

Virtualization is a broad and often misunderstood term, not just in business but in the IT circle itself. Since many businesses struggle to understand what it can offer, it can be difficult to understand the benefits. However, if understood and implemented properly, it can offer an array of benefits, even to small and midsized businesses. In order to abate this

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1
Jun

Wi-Fi Security and the Government

If you’ve ever heard anything about the surveillance systems of citizens in different countries, you would know to which extent government spies can extract information from your personal files saved online. Your profiles, shared files and online bank account passwords can easily become compromised and exposed; and all this is done legally by government surveillance programs so that you can’t

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11
May

Cyber Security 2015: Are We Safe Yet?

2014 experienced a rambunctious side of cyber security that no one expected, during which we witnessed giants like eBay and Sony fall victim to hacks just as easily as a simple start-up company would. Staples and Home Depot are other examples of larger business franchises that suffered major cyber attacks and immense data loss. A wide range of big retail

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23
Mar

Insider Threats and Their Effects

As technology develops, the number of monitoring and logging tools available for the protection of your data has also increased. With so many tools at your disposal, detecting any illicit insider activity on your network should be easy enough to identify and deal with, yet it isn’t. There has been a marked rise in malicious insider attacks because of insiders

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2
Feb

Future of Cloud Computing

The cloud computing trend is still in its early stages, booming rapidly. Right now, there is plenty of talk in the town about the endless possibilities of cloud computing, particularly as more and more options are being made available to the public. As with any upcoming technology or trend, there is a lot of exaggerated information flying around when it

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26
Jan

Benefits of Virtualization

In technological terms, virtualization basically means to produce a virtual edition of a device or resource; for instance a server, a storage device, a network or even an operating system. The implementation of data center virtualization is booming, as it comes with a lot of benefits. If you are also considering migrating to a data host center, or are in

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19
Jan

Why Should Entrepreneurs Backup Their Data?

Data Emergencies Happen, Be Prepared If you are an entrepreneur, you should know that you cannot stay away from unforeseen emergencies, but what you can do is change the approach of how you respond to them. This can only be changed by being prepared and protected beforehand. Most entrepreneurs worry more about the expansion of their businesses rather than the

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12
Jan

How Can Cloud Computing Benefit Your Business?

Cloud computing offers a means for your business to administer the computing resources you have online. This term has developed over time. It is called computing because the ‘cloud’ basically refers to the internet, and computing in the ‘cloud’ depicts the method you use to hoard and access your information through the internet. Cloud computing permits a business to virtually

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