Cloud computing business examples

Cloud computing refers to storing and accessing data over the internet. This includes databases, storage, software, servers, and more. Instead of storing sensitive files on your laptop, it’s stored on a remote server.

Read More

Does Microsoft have a Cloud service?

Cloud services come with a wide range of services to organizations and customers over the Internet. They include software, networking, analytics, storage, and more. When it comes to finding a cloud service that you like and trust, it can be tricky. Fortunately, Microsoft offers an excellent cloud service for your personal or business needs.  Microsoft…

Read More

Which cloud storage is the most secure?

If you’re looking for a cloud storage provider, you must know what it is, how it works, and which one is best for you or your business. It’s easy to be overwhelmed with the many different options to choose from. What is cloud storage? Cloud storage is storing data on hardware in a remote location…

Read More

Where cloud data is stored

Even our storage is online now. With the rise of SaaS companies and many cloud storage solutions, everyone from the average consumer to the largest corporations in the world have moved their data storage to the cloud. But what does “the cloud” actually mean? What cloud storage is You’ve probably driven by a storage locker…

Read More

How cloud computing works

I’m often asked how cloud computing works. People tell me they have no experience with it and don’t understand it. The truth is, if you’ve had somebody hosting your email for ten years, then you’ve used cloud computing for ten years.

Read More

Are cloud services secure?

Cloud services can be a great solution. You can get storage and software without worrying about constant upgrading and replacing local software and even hardware. But with any cloud services, security is always a concern.

Read More

NAS vs cloud

In years past, data storage for many organizations was done through local servers. In the last couple of decades, a couple different options have become widespread: Network Attached Storage—NAS— and the cloud.

Read More

Cloud vs on premise

Traditionally, businesses kept data on premise where the work was actually being done. It sat on a data server somewhere, even if the server was simply a repurposed desktop computer. But with the cloud as an option, how do you determine whether you should move your data there or keep it local?

Read More

Can cloud storage fail?

We’re big advocates of the cloud. But if you’re new to the cloud, one concern you may have is whether or not cloud storage can fail. It can! Cloud storage data loss is a valid concern. The cloud is not fool-proof by any means.

Read More