Cloud Computing

Will moving to the cloud increase security risks?

How secure is a move to the cloud? Unfortunately, the security of the cloud can’t be answered with a simple, straight-forward answer. Cloud security for your specific business will vary depending on many different factors. Think in terms of threat, vulnerability, impact and controls. Consider these factors — threat, impact, vulnerabilities, and controls —  to…

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What is the Difference Between Colocation and Cloud Hosting

Colocation vs. Cloud Hosting Think of colocation as high-tech real estate, an outsourced data center space, where you can operate your company-owned software and hardware — hardened data center buildings, power redundancy, cooling redundancy, physical security, fire suppression, and access to telecommunications carriers are part of the real estate. With cloud hosting, you rent the…

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Five Facts About Cloud Security

The security of the cloud is a hotly-debated topic. Despite the high adoption rate of the cloud, some companies are still reluctant to move to the cloud citing security concerns. Cloud providers take security seriously and, in many cases, the security of the cloud trumps the security that can be provided in-house. Here are some…

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LogMeIn Discontinues LogMeInFree

As you may have heard, LogMeIn is no longer offering a free version for users. (More info here.)  In order to continue using remote access, you will need to purchase an account-level subscription of LogMeIn Pro.You will have the option to choose a subscription that meets your needs based on the number of computers you…

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File Sync & Share: The Cloud Alternative to File Servers

File sharing in the cloud simplifies how employees access and collaborate on files from endpoint devices. Cloud file sharing can also displace in-house file servers, which can reduce the costs associated with virtual private networks (VPNs) while eliminating the management complexity associated with file servers. The driver behind the wide adoption of cloud file sharing…

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Protect Against DNS / DDoS Attacks

DNS/DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks wreak havoc on businesses of all sizes and industries.  According to Verisign, as many as one-third of all downtime incidents are DDoS related. Since 2012, the number of DNS / DDoS  attacks has increased by 200 percent — in both size and frequency. DNS services are critical function of…

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Tips for Outsourcing Your Business’ IT with Confidence

The decision to outsource your business’ technology to a IT firm can reduce the time, stress and expense spent on managing your business’ technology infrastructure. When technology services are supplied by a third-party, the IT outsourcing provider become a vital partner. To gain the full benefits of IT outsourcing and avoid common conflicts with providers,…

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Data Center Migration: Choosing Between Public and Private Clouds

Though most IT decision makers seem to understand the overall benefits delivered by the cloud, the debate between deploying a public, private or hybrid cloud continues to be a source of confusion for many executives. 

In order to make a well-informed decision on which type of cloud to implement, it helps to understand the differences…

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Cloud File Storage and Sharing: Security

Cloud file services allow budget-conscious SMBs to ditch expensive file servers and VPNs to provide anytime, anywhere file access on a variety of devices. There are a huge variety of cloud file storage and sync solutions available for businesses to choose from and the options can be overwhelming. When considering the different cloud file sharing…

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File Sync and Share for SMBs: Public, On-premsis, Hybrid Options

Interest in cloud-based file sharing through cloud apps like Anchor and Box is booming. The primary driver behind this rise in adoption is mobile devices. The old way of file sharing doesn’t work for today’s mobile workforce. BYOD policies and an increasingly mobile workforce are putting new pressures on IT and changing the requirements for…

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