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Cloud Computing For Businesses: How Much Are You Really Using?

Cloud Computing For Businesses: How Much Are You Really Using?

Cloud Computing For Businesses: How Much Are You Really Using? In the past, think about how companies used to do business. Manpower was one entity that simply needed to be fetched as per necessity from wherever it is available. Whichever industry you work on—automotive, technology, construction, media—you needed to gather critical expertise to work for

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Cloud Computing And Banking Security

Cloud Computing and Banking Security I have talked about security in cloud computing many times before, explaining why it is just as safe as conventional networking security, even citing its benefits over the conventional. However, there are many who still find cloud computing security lacking. Individuals which still worry about cloud security, are those that

Big Data And eDiscovery: Professionalism Pays

Big Data And eDiscovery: Professionalism Pays

Big Data and eDiscovery: Professionalism Pays Big Data is a hot concept in the business world right now. As a business phenomenon, the immediate benefits of utilizing Big Data are part reality and part hope. On the reality side, most medium and large-sized organizations do have some form of Big Data issues to contend with, meaning they

What Is The Key Criterion For Selecting A Cloud Service Provider?

What Is The Key Criterion For Selecting A Cloud Service Provider? Cloud computing has matured enough for a lot of people that jumping on it is no longer scary. The technology has also advanced enough that even data conversion and migration are no longer considered as daunting, just a little annoying. Because of this new influx of

Business Continuity: Let Us Plan For A Cloud Failure

Business Continuity: Let Us Plan For A Cloud Failure Every cloud proponent has been saying that the cloud is the only safe place left for our businesses and various other IT systems, while “nay-sayers” blabber about the total opposite, they talk about privacy and security concerns, and even data integrity. But no matter which side you are