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Know Why Cloud Email Services Are More Preferred Over Corporate Emails

Know Why Cloud Email Services Are More Preferred Over Corporate Emails

Know Why Cloud Email Services are More Preferred over Corporate Emails Emails have been an integral part of our lives since the advent of the internet era. However with the influx of consumerization, enterprises are witnessing a gradual process of being affected by user’s personal email accounts. And it is not just email forwarding that

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Your Thousand-Foot View Of The Battlefield

Your Thousand-Foot View Of The Battlefield

Your Thousand-Foot View of the Battlefield For decades, even before the age of the cloud or even of computers, people would look up at the clock and ask, “Where did the day go?” Sooner or later they would have to sit across from their manager and answer the same types of questions: “What are you

Collaboration Solution: IBM CloudSmart Docs

Collaboration Solution: IBM CloudSmart Docs According to Ed Brill, director of product line management for Collaboration Solutions at IBM, the launching of CloudSmart Docs, IBM’s portfolio in the collaboration space is now complete.  The solution is competitively priced, security-rich, reliable, flexible and extensible. IBM CloudSmart Docs challenges Google Docs and Microsoft 365 and includes similar

How Cloud Computing Is Threatening Traditional Telco

How Cloud Computing Is Threatening Traditional Telco The standard AT&T small business phone plan (unlimited local and long-distance calling) costs about $50 per month in most areas of the US. The plan comes with a basic set of features—e.g., call waiting, caller ID, and call forwarding—but does not include advanced features, such as voicemail transcription,

Four Reasons Why Google Drive Will Not Kill Dropbox

Four Reasons Why Google Drive Will Not Kill Dropbox Now that Google has entered the cloud storage market with the long-awaited Google Drive, will it kill Dropbox and other cloud computing services? This is a hot topic in Dropbox forums and elsewhere in the cloud computing world. Here is what one forum poster said, as