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3 tips how to make a good cloud disaster recovery plan

October 2, 2015

What is DRP Disaster recovery plan is a plan which describes the procedures a business has to follow to handle potential disasters. It covers consistent steps which are to be taken before, during and after a disaster. Its aim is to minimize losses and reduce recovery time and costs. Nowadays it is more and more associated with recovery of IT data and facilities. Benefits of …

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Guest Post: Top Three Reasons Why One Backup Is Not Enough

November 6, 2014

It’s important to have cloud storage for your files. It helps to keep important documents safe from loss. Even with the best service, there is always the risk of losing data. There are three good reasons why you need to have more than one cloud storage service provider. Reason 1: Hard Disk Drives Fail One thing that must always be remembered is that all equipment …

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Microsoft’s ‘One Cloud For All Your Purposes’ Or Future Cloud Services Of 2015

October 1, 2014

One cloud for all Cloud services are getting bigger. The new Dynamic CRM app currently under Microsoft’s caring development promises to meet all the businesses expectations in the nearest future. There will also be some updates with MS Dynamic CRM Online as well as MS Dynamic Marketing service. All that effort will be put to meet one goal. Providence of a unique single cloud platform …

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How Encryption Works in Cloud Computing

September 12, 2014

Cloud, as a flowing intangible balloon with different kinds of information, has been celebrated in the last few years as a real pivotal point in the data storing and sharing process. The cloud offers a wide range of new possibilities that can improve business communication and work in general, as well as everyday computer experience of ordinary people. Since the data on the cloud can …

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Why You’d Want A Contingency Plan For Your Cloud Environment and How to Get Started

September 5, 2014

The popularity of cloud computing services keeps rising, with providers like Amazon and others offering public cloud hosting services at reducing prices and growing bandwidth capacities. Still, even if this computing technology is virtual, it’s far from infallible. Why Should You Care? Cloud computing outages like a failed component or total service meltdown can’t be avoided at all. When they happen businesses lose their access …

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Guest Post: Six most popular free cloud storage for Entrepreneurs

August 4, 2014

When you’re an entrepreneur, you’re always brainstorming, looking for that million dollar idea. Given the fact that all businesses are somehow tied to computers in one way or another nowadays, chances are your idea will be too, so one of the primordial needs will be finding a cloud storage service that will provide you with the features you need at a decent price. After all, …

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Guest Post: 5 Potential Risks of Using Cloud Storage

July 29, 2014

While revolutionary in the world of business, cloud technologies also carry risks that enterprises need to be aware of. Since these storage mediums are often kept outside an organization’s direct control, ensuring that cloud providers are trustworthy is of the highest importance. Even cloud servers held within an organization’s direct control can be exploited by nefarious insiders or unauthorized users.

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Guest Post: The Advantages of Virtual Hard-Drive Backups for System Administrators

July 18, 2014

Creating virtual hard drive backups is one of the best ways to move preconfigured images between private and public clouds. System administrators with the most intricate knowledge on these technologies will be able to take the initiative on this kind of project using tools such as Virtual Machine Manager by Microsoft. It is imperative that system administrators understand how these backups work so that they …

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Guest Post: How Machine Learning Can Boost BYOD Security

July 15, 2014

For obvious reasons, business leaders see Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs as an excellent way to make employees happy while helping them be more productive with their time. The concept of allowing workers to bring their personal wireless devices into work has certainly grown in popularity in recent years. Research shows that the number of employee-owned devices used in the workplace will grow to …

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