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The Other Cloud Issue – Availability – And What You Can Do About It

The Other Cloud Issue – Availability – And What You Can Do About It

The Other Cloud Issue – Availability – And What You Can Do About It “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.”                 – Warren Buffett, legendary investor and one of the richest men in the world. Even as the

Mimecast Email Servers Go Down – 100% Uptime SLA?

No cloud service provider should ever claim 100% uptime and it seems that Mimecast had a very tough day yesterday. Its mail servers went down in the UK, bringing down its cloud mail management services and angering many of its UK customers who couldn’t access the mail service. The company blames the outage on a series of

Cloud Communication Tools – Part II

Cloud Communication Tools – Part II In one of my latest articles, I talked about cloud based social and communication tools that help organizations improve their performance and I mentioned some of these tools that SMBs should be focusing on: voice, email, collaboration, online backup, mobility and security. In this article, I would like to bring to your

Top 5 HIPAA Security Risks As Providers Migrate To The Cloud

Top 5 HIPAA Security Risks As Providers Migrate To The Cloud

Top 5 HIPAA Security Risks As Providers Migrate to the Cloud The HIPAA and HITECH Acts made a huge splash in the healthcare industry as organizations were forced to adapt new safeguards for protected health information, especially in regards to electronic medical records (EMRs). As hospitals migrate to electronic patient health information (ePHI), they must maintain compliance whether they

Cloud Computing Proving To Be Major Resource For Hedge Funds

Cloud Computing Proving to be Major Resource for Hedge Funds As we near the end of Q1 2013, hedge fund managers continue to generate higher returns. Following several years of sub-par performances from global hedge funds, investment managers have turned to cloud computing and infrastructure-as-a-service providers to not only cut costs, but also boost productivity.