Though it launched in the late 1990s, the popularity in Cloud Computing has grown exponentially due to a little thing called COVID-19. With many employees working remotely, the need to access data and continue work operations from their homes was (and continues to be) critical to the survival of many businesses. In fact, research companies Forrester Research and Gartner both predict that businesses will continue to move their operations to cloud operations. Forrester went as far as to say that in 2021, 20% will do just that. Is this trend in Cloud Computing right for your business? Let’s take a look. Continue Reading
Moving is stressful—especially when it comes to an office move. It requires careful planning and preparation, otherwise it can result in major work disruptions, sometimes halt productivity entirely for your business, resulting in income losses. Taking the time to specifically focus on, think through and plan out your company’s technology move can help avoid catastrophe. Continue Reading
Data backup has undergone a significant revolution in the past decade. Back in 2009, businesses had a physical room with a server machine for data storage. Backup was self-hosted and its maintenance was primarily the task of the IT department. But now, new technological solutions have made it easy for companies to deploy powerful backup data security. The use of cloud-based storage, virtualization, Big Data, and IoT business solutions are now a commonplace. Let’s look at how data backup has shifted, and the trending data storage practices that affect today’s business world.
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