As more businesses adopt cloud technologies, we’re seeing a rise in cloud computing threats. 2018 won’t be the exception. While some of the threats are familiar, cybercriminals are constantly evolving their strategies. We recommend all businesses remain diligent with their security to reduce their risks. Data Breaches We know this might sound like old news,… Read more »
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When adopting cloud technology in a business, every CIO needs to consider four important factors. We know CIOs still have concerns when it comes to the cloud. However, with the right preparation and understanding of how the technology fits with the business, the transition is smoother than one might believe. 1. Migration Costs We’ve heard… Read more »
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a powerful set of services that provide the infrastructure necessary to run a business in the cloud. We know it’s sometimes difficult to figure out if a service is right or not, but these case studies show exactly how AWS helps businesses thrive and grow via the cloud. 1. GRAIL GRAIL… Read more »
As the cloud computing industry continues to grow, we’ll see some major new cloud computing trends throughout 2018. For businesses utilizing the cloud, it’s important to stay on top of the latest trends. We’re always eager to see how the cloud’s changing and how we can use that to keep a competitive edge. Internet of… Read more »
There are many conversations regarding the Cloud these days, seemingly endless chatter on why to move to the cloud and why not to. The first and most important thing to understand when it comes to cloud computing is that it has not changed the goal of computing, just some parameters. The goal of all computing… Read more »
If you have been working with Windows 8, use Outlook.com or have a Windows phone or Surface tablet, you might be familiar with a service from Microsoft called OneDrive. It is a cloud application built into Windows 8 that allows you to store up to 7GB worth of documents or pictures and have them be accessible… Read more »
The first and most important thing to understand when it comes to cloud computing is that it has not changed the goal of computing, just some parameters. The goal of all computing is to produce valuable information and data in as efficient and cost effective a manner as possible.
Can’t avoid the ever ubiquitous marketing and real world cloud references. Cloud computing, however, is still just computing, and at the end of the day, we invest in computing infrastructure as a means to an end – and that end is enhanced productivity and profitability.
As I look into my crystal ball for 2013, there are a few topics I think will be hot around the water cooler, and as a business owner, executive or IT professional, it would be smart to start thinking about and planning for.
The cloud presents many opportunities for business to operate more efficiently and with less capital investment. Clearly, the cloud is here to stay and is part of the current language of business and technology.That being said, it is CRITICAL to educate yourself to ensure you understand the risks (so you can remediate them) and the legal issues regarding cloud computing so you can ensure that you protect your business, your customers and yourself.