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.
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
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.
The usage of cloud computing is increasing by the day, as it is providing companies a chance to focus more on core business aspects like strategic planning and maintenance instead of having to focus on minor issues. Thanks to the growing popularity of cloud computing, there are different models that have now emerged to meet the differing needs of users
Cloud computing has different layered elements that start from storage and include the infrastructure, application, and network layers. In order to comprehend how the whole paradigm works, we need to first understand the different models to see whether the cloud was outsourced, made internally, or was a combination of both.
Applications have gained ground in the technological world over the last decade. There are very few businesses that are running without the use of applications, so as to fulfill the needs of application development, platforms like CAMP are helping businesses to develop, deploy, and use their applications in a smart way. CAMP was developed primarily by the Oracle Corporation with
As it turns out, public or private is not the only cloud-related confusion boggling consumers’ minds. The cloud computing landscape has expanded exponentially over the years and there are more choices than there ever were. One of the biggest debates you will come across is the comparison between proprietary and open-source cloud. In actuality, proprietary and open-source are two different
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
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
Content marketing is a genre of advertising which includes the recent popularity of ‘native advertising’. The success of native ads has had the marketing industry growing steadily without bounds. Content can be seen across channels like traditional media, newspapers and magazines, where brands work hard to find a content strategy and model that will fit in with the voice of