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Harnessing A Virtual Infrastructure To Create A Complete Backup Plan For Your Business

Harnessing A Virtual Infrastructure To Create A Complete Backup Plan For Your Business

Harnessing A Virtual Infrastructure To Create A Complete Backup Plan For Your Business Conducting business without being dependent on technology is impossible these days because we are all heavily reliant on technology and electronic devices, so much so that it is almost impossible to carry out business without these gadgets! As a business owner, one

The High Cost Of Cloud Service Provider Downtime

The High Cost Of Cloud Service Provider Downtime

The High Cost Of Cloud Service Provider Downtime With so many businesses moving over the cloud, even just a few minutes of service provider downtime can have a massive effect not only on individual businesses, but on the economy as a whole. Over the last five years, there has been an estimated 568 hours of

Cloud Computing: Business Continuity vs. Disastrous Events

Cloud Computing: Business Continuity vs. Disastrous Events

Cloud Computing: Business Continuity vs. Disastrous Events Bad weather can cost companies money. It is an unfortunate lesson to learn the hard way, but natural disasters like hurricanes, floods or super storms are dramatic examples of the value of cloud solutions when it comes to resiliency in the face of a catastrophe, and the ability

How To Pick A Cloud Solution That Fits Your Business

How To Pick A Cloud Solution That Fits Your Business

How To Pick A Cloud Solution That Fits Your Business Cloud services are expected to grow more than 17% by 2016. When your company is ready to move more of their processes to the cloud, it is important to pick a solution that properly fits your business. The right cloud services will help you focus

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