M.D. Cloud computing is beyond moving data storage and management to the cloud.
The education sector at all levels was grossly affected by the impact of the pandemic. As it was in the global economy and its attendant effect on businesses, it was for education. With the emergence of vacant classrooms, there was the need for a Virtual Learning[...]Read more.
In the light of the global health crisis caused by the novel coronavirus, various organizations have instructed their teams to work from home as one of the precautionary measures to minimize the risk of infection. With the arrival of vaccines early this year, it seems 2021 is bringing a ray of hope for the global economic system.
But it is beyond[...]Read more.
To thrive in a rapidly changing business landscape, small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) should consider replacing outdated technology solutions with more robust digital tools to keep up with the growing competition, maintain productivity, and stay relevant to clients. In addition, these tools can help SMEs in not only meeting but exceeding[...]Read more.
Businesses run on data. Whether it’s to accomplish daily tasks or make important decisions, the data your business collects using any variety of software and applications likely is critical to your company’s operations.
If we told you there was a technology solution that could grant you access to that data at any time on any[...]Read more.
Businesses looking to succeed in competitive environments must constantly be looking for new efficiencies that give them the edge over competitors. As far as technology is concerned, there may be no edge greater than shifting computing operations and data storage to cloud based solutions.
What are cloud based solutions? They are everything from[...]Read more.
Cloud computing often represents the most flexible technology solutions available to businesses today. That’s why it is so popular among commercial users of every size.
As cloud technology continues to improve and its use continues to grow, learn why your business might be best served by switching to the cloud and a managed cloud services[...]Read more.
Cloud computing is here to stay. Every year, the number of companies using some form of cloud computing or cloud-based solutions grows exponentially.
In fact, 83% of enterprise workloads are expected to be operated via the cloud by 2020. That is due to the technology’s undeniable benefits for businesses of all sizes: potential cost savings,[...]Read more.
When it comes to running a small business, cost efficiencies and time-saving strategies are critical to success. As a small business, you don't have a large team of employees that can handle every single issue that rears its head. It's also unlikely for small businesses to have an endless pool of financial resources to throw at those problems[...]Read more.
With the average data breach now costing companies around $4 million per breach, having a security breach is probably far outside of your budget. If you've decided to move some of your important data onto the cloud, you need to take cloud computing security seriously. Otherwise, you could end up losing customers or, worse, being sued for[...]Read more.
According to Forbes, 83% of workloads will be on a cloud platform by 2020.
Migrating to the cloud is a huge undertaking that has a fair bit of risk. Not to mention comes with some growing pains. Though the result is worth the effort, there are tips that can make the process as smooth as possible.
Read on for 7 tips to keep in mind before you[...]Read more.
Maybe you're running a business where technology isn't the top priority. Even if that's the case, you should think about it because it's a great way to keep your company updated.
Technology can also help you to keep up with changes such as new privacy policies like General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). One way to do this is by implementing[...]Read more.