cloudfinder Tag

24 Jun Beyond the Recycling Bin: Exploring Retention Policies of Leading Cloud Business Applications

In a previous post, “But it’s in the Cloud, isn’t it Backed Up Already?” I explored how companies moving to the cloud are losing sensitive corporate data. We established that user error is the primary source of cloud data loss, accounting for 64%, followed by hackers, account closure, malicious deletions, and third-party software mistakes. The logical questions that follow are: Why...

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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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30 Apr Double Feature: Cloudfinder & Anchor Updates

Two product updates in one day? No problem, say the dev teams at eFolder. On Monday, we released both Cloudfinder v1.37 and Anchor v2.3.1 to the public, and are happy to report that both updates will empower admins. Cloudfinder v1.37 The two feature highlights from this update are: Administrators can now add and remove other admins from the Settings page in Cloudfinder. This improvement...

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04 Mar 5 Best Practices for Backing Up Salesforce Data

  For most organizations, Salesforce data is their lifeblood. Without it, prospects don’t get called, prospects don’t get moved down the pipeline, and your sales team doesn’t know when or with whom to follow up with in the sales cycle. And if you aren’t making sales, you aren’t making money. And if you aren’t making money, you don’t have a sustainable business. Watch...

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12 Feb The Box IPO: Behind the Data

Companies are relying on Box to get work done, but this begs the question: What are companies doing to make sure their reliance on Box doesn’t sink them? What if somehow they lost the Box data they hold dearly? What impact would that have on their business? As of 2013, 32% of companies running cloud applications have experienced data loss for...

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02 Dec Microsoft+Dropbox: What's in it for You?

The partnership between Dropbox and Microsoft has been billed as a surprise since the early November day in which it was announced. It’s true that OneDrive and Dropbox are competitive products, but Dropbox and Office 365 actually work together well – as countless Word, Excel, and Powerpoint users save and share their files in Dropbox....

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19 Sep What Google For Work Means For Your Cloud Security

While Cloud Storage has the potential to drive success for SMBs everywhere, it also puts them at risk for data loss. As companies move all their data, documents, contracts, and receipts to the cloud, it’s important that they consider a cloud backup service to ensure that an accidental stroke of the ‘Delete’ key doesn’t sink their business....

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