OneDrive, Dropbox and Google Drive are three of the most prevalent file syncing services to date. Simply put, file syncing services allow you to store, share and synchronize files. All three of these services perform these tasks, so it shouldn’t matter which one you choose for your business, right?
When you think of your most valuable worldly possessions, where would you feel the most comfortable having them stored? In a lock box? In a bank safe? Your company’s sensitive data requires the same level of security and care. Businesses of all sizes look to SharePoint to protect their most important digital information.
How exactly you manage your data and keep it safe is a big decision for businesses. You understand the important of data protection in case of a disaster, but is cloud backup your best option? Let’s explore what needs to be considered when choosing cloud backup.
When a device sends you those little reminders to backup your data, it can often be seen as an annoyance. But backing up your data should be taken seriously, as it could drastically impact the success of your business. Think of it as not a matter of if your data could be lost, but when. Here are three reasons why
We all want a more enhanced experience when it comes to business software. Like any tool, we want to know that we can rely on what we work with every day. Especially when the tool in question plays a particularly vital role in keeping our information logged, protected and organized. Here are 3 reasons to consider making Microsoft Office 365
Thinking about incorporating cloud computing into your work environment? Everyone knows that there are many advantages of using cloud computing, but there are certain disadvantages as well that you should know about to be able to make an informed decision. Let’s take a look at both the benefits and the downsides to determine whether your business is ready for cloud computing