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5 Reasons Why The Cloud Is Still Not 100% Secure

5 Reasons Why The Cloud Is Still Not 100% Secure

5 Reasons Why The Cloud Is Still Not 100% Secure In the last year, many big cloud companies have come under cyber attacks leading to outages and data losses Cloud companies offer tremendous trade-offs to businesses in terms of flexibility of scale, better security, reduced manpower and maintenance cost. The majority of organizations and individuals

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of Cloud Hosting

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of Cloud Hosting

Cloud Infographic: The Rise Of Cloud Hosting In years past, companies looking to host a high-traffic website have had one of three main options: Shared Web hosting services Dedicated Web hosting services Hosting on local IT infrastructure Shared Web hosting services have been most popular with small businesses, but they suffer from performance bottlenecks, limited

Web Hosting Moves To The Cloud With Managed Cloud Hosting

Web Hosting Moves To The Cloud With Managed Cloud Hosting In years past, companies looking to host a high-traffic website have had one of three main options: Shared Web hosting services Dedicated Web hosting services Hosting on local IT infrastructure Shared Web hosting services have been most popular with small businesses, but they suffer from

myhosting.com Leverages Microsoft to Launch Private Cloud Services

myhosting.com Leverages Microsoft to Launch Private Cloud Services myhosting.com is using Microsoft System Center Orchestrator (formerly Opalis) automation to launch private cloud services.  The virtual hosting and virtual servers are accessible to individuals, small and mid-sized businesses and any company who want comprehensive web hosting services. Users will benefit from speed, stability and reduced downtime

Does Gartner understand cloud computing?

Does Gartner understand cloud computing? By Simon Ellis of Labslice – CloudTweaks Contributor I like the Gartner Magic Quadrant. It provides for a quick overview of a specific domain, lists the key players and assigns them a high-level effectiveness rank. It’s a great tool, and also a very dangerous one. For those who understand a