Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Cloud Storage & Data Security

Cloud Storage & Data Security

Data Security Cloud computing has emerged as an innovative approach to provide computing services. It offers numerous advantages such as fast deployment, lower costs, pay for use, rapid elasticity, scalability, ubiquitous network access, and greater resiliency. One of the primary uses of cloud computing is for data storage. Cloud storage is a model of networked online storage and can…

David Fletcher: Thank You And Farewell…

David Fletcher: Thank You And Farewell…

David Fletcher: Thank you and Farewell CloudTweaks is sorry to inform our readers that after four years and more than 200 comics our fantastic cartoonist David Fletcher will no longer be working with us on a weekly basis. David’s abilities as both a cartoonist and a comedian have brought us all much pleasure throughout his…

Why Reliable Cloud Performance Matters

Why Reliable Cloud Performance Matters

Why Reliable Cloud Performance Matters People are right to be wary of any vendor claiming to be the “top performing!” or “fastest!” cloud provider. Most folks know that ANYTHING can look spectacular – or unspectacular for that matter – if you stack the deck just right. But at the same time, cloud shoppers have a…

Is Microsoft Gaining A Foothold In The Legal Industry?

Is Microsoft Gaining A Foothold In The Legal Industry?

Is Microsoft Gaining A Foothold In The Legal Industry? The global legal services market, according to MarketLine had total revenues of $610.4bn in 2013, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3% between 2009 and 2013. Market volume increased with a CAGR of 2.7% between 2009 and 2013, to reach a total of 4,082.1…

How The Cloud Is Changing Disaster Recovery

How The Cloud Is Changing Disaster Recovery

How the Cloud is Changing Disaster Recovery Anyone who is a regular reader of this site will know about the cloud’s numerous benefits. Using the cloud can provide businesses with cost-effective resource usage, rapid provisioning, easy scalability and flexible elasticity – benefits that simply don’t exist when using local on-site servers and services. One of…