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Cloud Data Storage – File Sync On Steroids For The Enterprise

Cloud Data Storage – File Sync On Steroids For The Enterprise Cloud storage is getting saturated, fast. How many of you use just a single, or maybe two Cloud storage services? Yes, I know. None. We all have our data flying around the Cloud. While only a few Cloud sync and storage services are positioned

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Cloud Infographic: Data Center Downtime

Cloud Infographic: Data Center Downtime

Cloud Infographic: Data Center Downtime Yet in a year of high-profile outages, many businesses have been taking a second look at their incident response plans. This year alone has seen outages from Amazon, Dropbox, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft – brands that most of us associate with uptime and reliability. Watching the titans of cloud environments experience failure

Cloud Startup: RealtimeBoard

Cloud Startup: RealtimeBoard

Cloud Startup: RealtimeBoard RealtimeBoard: Collaborative Virtuoso for Offices on One Visual Cloud Platform Zeroing down to a profile, SWOT analysis, staffing roles, specific images, and most importantly, any ongoing projects, all in one dashboard, requires a lot of tech resources. This is why there is now a cloud collaborative platform, RealtimeBoard. With its base in

The Dangers Of The American Cloud Industry

The Dangers of the American Cloud Industry With all the hype that Cloud Computing is getting, more and more companies and individuals are jumping on the Cloud band wagon and enjoying the benefits. But despite its global reach, the greater majority of Cloud Computing infrastructure and service providers are still American companies. This means that

State Of The Cloud Market

State Of The Cloud Market

State Of The Cloud Market Because the Cloud Computing market is inherently business-oriented, it has not gained as much traction or even just publicity compared to the consumer electronics market. The term “Cloud Computing” has not yet become a household name and a great majority of people, may have heard, but still have no idea