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Signing On The Dotted Cloud

Signing On The Dotted Cloud

Signing on the Dotted Cloud One area where the virtual world of the cloud leads to a sense of discomfort has to do with signing documents and contracts. For centuries, the binding value of an agreement was based on an individual’s capacity to sign his or her name at the bottom – a visual and

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Cloud Computing Benefits And Importance On Redesign Your IT Infrastructure

Cloud Computing Benefits and Importance on Redesign your IT Infrastructure Cloud computing can simply be described as computing based on the internet. In the past, people depended on physical computer storage or servers to run their programs. However, with the introduction of cloud computing, people as well as business enterprises can now access their programs

Cloud Infographic: What Is The Employee Engagement Crisis?

Cloud Infographic: What Is The Employee Engagement Crisis?

Cloud Infographic: What Is The Employee Engagement Crisis? There has been lots of discussion with regards to BYOD over the past year. On one side you have concerns surrounding security and compliance in the workplace and on the other side, the positives it presents by establishing a higher level of employee satisfaction.  So there is

Four Free Information Assets For The Healthcare CIO

Four Free Information Assets For The Healthcare CIO

Four Free Information Assets for the Healthcare CIO “He who has health, has hope. And he who has hope, has everything.” – Ancient proverb. Even in difficult times, one industry continues to prosper – healthcare. With an ageing population which has high spending power, the growth in healthcare is not unexpected. And like many other

5 Reasons Why Cloud Contracts Should Scare You

5 Reasons Why Cloud Contracts Should Scare You

5 Reasons Why Cloud Contracts Should Scare You Marketing Hype ≠ Cloud Contract. Accepting the terms and conditions on a cloud provider’s website can be dangerous, and often the user doesn’t have the option of negotiation. And face it, nobody reads those click thru agreements anyway (except lawyers). So, what do they say and why should they