Category Archives: IT

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Data Secure?

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Data Secure?

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Data Secure? When choosing a cloud-computing provider, the data center is one of the most important factors when making a decision. The data center in the place where your information will be stored, and the point from which it will be accessed in the future. It is imperative to research the data

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Will Google Build A Cloud-ERP Solution For Small Businesses

Will Google Build A Cloud-ERP Solution For Small Businesses For far too long, Google has been playing catch-up to Microsoft in the business productivity segment. According to numbers released by analyst firm Gartner, Microsoft still holds close to 90% of the market with its Office suite of products. But the silver lining for Google is in

Cloud Startup: Cloudbase.io

Cloud Startup: Cloudbase.io

Cloud Startup: Cloudbase.io Cloudbase.io Has the Infrastructure for Mobile Application Creators Inching towards Backend Break Because Application Programming Interface (API) is not enough for the more enthusiastic of application developers, especially in the mobile realm, a cloud startup has a solution. Cloudbase.io is an innovative server-end company behind whose success is a team consisting of

Wake Up! The Speed Of Business Is In Milliseconds!

Wake Up! The Speed Of Business Is In Milliseconds!

Wake up! The Speed of Business is in Milliseconds! Back in the mid 1980’s a ground-breaking television series called Max Headroom heralded the high-speed, media-saturated age in which we now live. In addition to the acerbic title character, the show’s protagonists were journalists, working for a television network whose commercials, called “blipverts,” were merely seconds

The Importance Of Monitoring Your IT Ecosystem

The Importance of Monitoring Your IT Ecosystem “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.”                                                                      – Lord Kelvin (1824-1907), British physicist and engineer. Lord Kelvin, father of the absolute temperature scale now named after him, got it right more than a hundred years ago. Measurement is critical to improvement, whether it be a product

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