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Three Tips For Tackling Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) Within Your Organization

Three Tips For Tackling Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) Within Your Organization

Three Tips for Tackling Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) Within Your Organization It’s the latest tech acronym: BYOC or Bring Your Own Cloud. Personal cloud services are convenient, inexpensive, and always available. They also have the potential to wreak havoc on the enterprise in ways we haven’t seen in quite a while. In a world

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Seven Hidden Truths About Personal Clouds

Seven Hidden Truths About Personal Clouds

Seven Hidden Truths About Personal Clouds  Increasingly, people are discovering the joy of using personal clouds for a wide range of tasks, such as photo and video sharing, mobile backup, anytime music and project collaboration. Consequently as their popularity increases, people’s skepticism about worrisome aspects, such as privacy, security and reliability, is starting to ebb

Is The Future Of The Cloud Computing Open Source? Few Things To Consider

Is The Future Of Cloud Computing Open Source? A Few Things To Consider Companies are embracing cloud computing solutions because of their flexibility, scalability and cost-effectiveness, and those who have successfully integrated the cloud into their infrastructure have found it quite economic. They can expand and contract, and add and remove services as per requirement,

Almost 50% Of World Data To Be On The Cloud – Gartner

Almost 50% Of World Data To Be On The Cloud – Gartner IT research and advisory firm Gartner recently released a statement predicting that roughly a third of the world’s digital content will be stored on the cloud by 2016. This is based on users’ desire to share and access content on multiple devices, without

BYOD Is In – Bring Your Own Cloud, Not So Much

BYOD Is In—Bring Your Own Cloud, Not So Much As employees continue to bring personal mobile devices and laptops into the workplace, most businesses have resigned themselves to dealing with the security and management headaches of the new BYOD reality. But now, with the growing popularity of cloud storage and synchronization services, companies have found