The Benefits of Cloud Storage

Cloud storage, or storage that occurs online so users can access data remotely, is now very common. Already, it’s the preferred method of storing digital data, especially for small to medium sized organizations. Storing remotely versus locally offers huge advantages to both consumers and businesses. Accessibility and Synchronization With local file storage, you only receive access…

BYOD Best Practices: From BYOD 1.0 to BYOD 2.0

Let’s explore BYOD’s evolution; take a look at the risks and rewards of embracing BYOD; and then take a deeper dive into how to balance it all so that you and your employees can enjoy the best of both worlds. If you want to see an interactive webinar where we discuss BYOD, visit our community post here.…

The Cloud for Insurance

The competitive nature of the insurance industry is putting pressure on insurers to spend more money in order to stay ahead. The cloud provides a cost-effective solution that allows insurers to simplify and automate IT resources. Cloud Insurance also lets companies run applications securely from any device and maximize business flexibility and agility. Expensive Infrastructure…

I Got 99 Problems, But My Infrastructure Ain’t One

Yes, Sommer Figone from Rapidscale just quoted a popular rap song, but I thought it fit nicely with the topic of cloud computing. After all, when you move to the cloud, you eliminate a bulk of the business problems you may currently be dealing with. Here are ten problems you can solve simply by moving to the…

Pain Points Solved by the Cloud

Cloud computing has quickly become a problem-solver in the business world. It solves numerous issues that businesses face including addressing the needs of remote workers, hassles within the IT team, growth management and budget management. With the cloud solving so many business problems, it’s no wonder that most organizations are turning to the technology today. Remote Workers Many…

Cloud Back Up and DR : The low down

Cloud-based storage has been a lifeline for smaller businesses looking to improve their resilience in the face of natural disasters and other IT outages, offering a scalable, pay-as-you-go computing model that allows companies to access just the amount of backup storage they need. Yet the reliability of the cloud can also foster the assumption that any…