Month: June 2011

Why SMBs are Moving to Cloud Backup

Cloud computing is one of the most compelling trends in technology. In fact, Gartner Research has named cloud computing as the number one technology worth watching in 2011. Many of the businesses we work with are still hazy about the cloud. Some businesses don’t realize that they are already using the cloud as an off-site…

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iCloud versus Google Cloud

What are the differences? Which one is better? If you follow technology at all, no doubt you have heard about iCloud, Apple’s recently unveiled cloud service. iCloud is positioned to compete with Google cloud for the mobile computing market. Since each company uses a fundamentally different approach to cloud computing, it helps to understand the…

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PCI: Addressing the Security Risks of Virtual and Cloud Computing

The PCI Security Standards Council today released new guidance to help merchants understand and mitigate the security risks of virtual environments. While virtualization offers great benefits such as cost reduction and infrastructure efficiency, it also comes with new risks. As more businesses adopt virtualization, it is essential to ensure those systems and services comply with…

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Bandwidth Conservation Tips

As businesses shift more services to the cloud, and more employees are using personal devices at work, it is putting a strain on businesses’ Internet bandwidth. Brien Posey at Tech Republic Blogs offers ten techniques that help organization make efficient use of their available bandwidth. Block access to steaming media sites Streaming videos consume more…

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