Category Archives: Storage

Box vs Dropbox

Box vs Dropbox

Box vs Dropbox There has been much discussion over storage powerhouses such as Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox. There is one company that has been doing this since 2005, and this company is Box.net.  Read the contributed post by Box.net CEO Aaron Levie in 2011 on CloudTweaks to get an insider perspective on the…

Google Drive Drops Prices: 100 GB For Just $2 Per Month!

Google Drive Drops Prices: 100 GB For Just $2 Per Month!

Google Drive Drops Prices: 100 GB For Just $2 Per Month!  It was just recently that we were talking about cheap solutions for startups that want to move their file systems to the cloud. The conclusion was that Microsoft OneDrive was the cheapest solution out there, offering 50 GB for just $25 a year and…

10 Excellent Cloud Applications For SMEs

10 Excellent Cloud Applications For SMEs

Cloud Applications For SMEs Cloud applications and services are rapidly replacing traditional desktop apps in the workplace. To new users the number of apps available can be overwhelming, with hundreds of choices on everything from CRM software to Budget Management. As part of a new series here at CloudTweaks, we take a look at ten…

Best Cloud Storage Options For Cash-Strapped Startups

Best Cloud Storage Options For Cash-Strapped Startups

Best Cloud Storage Options For Cash-Strapped Startups. Edit: March 14th, 2014 – Since our article went up yesterday morning, Google has updated and lowered their prices. They now have the lowest cost of the 3 providers. Startups have a ton of things on their plate, and IT services should be working for them, instead of…

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Adoption & Risk

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Adoption & Risk

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Adoption & Risk For those who have yet to get on-board. Cloud adoption will be big part of many businesses agenda as we move into 2014.  Provided is an excellent infographic provided by the team at Skyhigh which illustrates the high a number of cloud services available in the marketplace. Infograhpic Source: Skyhigh

Cloud News: VMware Launches Public Desktop-as-a-Service

Cloud News: VMware Launches Public Desktop-as-a-Service

Launches Public Desktop-as-a-Service  VMware has launched a Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), VMware Horizon, hosted on VMware’s public cloud server. For rates as low at $35 a month, businesses can use this DaaS to load and operate Microsoft operating systems, such as Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8 on desktop and laptop computers or mobile devices. Businesses…

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