Cloud Computing Tag

20 Aug The “I” Stands for Innovation

We continue to be barraged with news and statistics supporting the case for moving IT operations to the cloud through services like Office 365 and Google Apps for Work. The latest cloud-adoption rallying cry comes from BetterCloud, which reports that nearly 90% of IT administrators are saving a significant amount of time on day-to-day tasks by employing cloud services. Here’s a...

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06 Aug Beyond the Tech Specs: File Sync in the Real World

When talking about technology solutions, it’s easy to get caught up in - well, the technology - rather than how the solution is going to change the way we live or work. File sync and share solutions are no different – vendors can boast about features like AES 256-bit encryption, 100% uptime SLAs, file server enablement, and file locking, but until those features...

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19 Jun Don’t Fear, The Cloud is Here

Studies that cover the adoption of cloud applications all tend to come back to a few key points: Security is a concern, especially regarding data protection Cloud applications give organizations a competitive advantage Despite security concerns, cloud adoption is rapidly growing As far as cloud adoption trends in the UK goes, things are generally more of the same, but since eFolder is getting ready...

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31 Jul Is the age of cloud computing the end of online backups, or is it just the beginning? (Part 3)

In this 3-part series, we discuss how cloud computing is transforming the IT landscape, as well as whether or not online backup services will become obsolete as computing moves to the cloud, and what this means to managed service providers. In part 1, we discussed the benefits and drawbacks of cloud IaaS, and how in...

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24 Jul Is the age of cloud computing the end of online backups, or is it just the beginning? (Part 2)

In this 3-part series, we discuss how cloud computing is transforming the IT landscape, as well as whether or not online backup services will become obsolete as computing moves to the cloud, and what this means to managed service providers. In part 1, we discussed the benefits and drawbacks of cloud IaaS, and how in the cloud it is...

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17 Jul Is the age of cloud computing the end of online backups, or is it just the beginning? (Part 1)

In this 3-part series, we discuss how cloud computing is transforming the IT landscape, as well as whether or not online backup services will become obsolete as computing moves to the cloud. The short answer? We're not shaking in our boots, and you need not be either--managed service providers become even more relevant as they build solutions that leverage the...

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