The main selling point of the cloud is that it allows users to connect to each other and to their data regardless of where they are. Cloud computing equals mobility. Unfortunately, national borders and jurisdiction mean quite the opposite and learning what they mean to your cloud is an essential part of establishing a cloud solution for your company.
Cloud computing in higher education is used more often that it is realized. An article in Sys-Con shares more reasons why cloud is a technology that this industry can leverage on to have advancement opportunities without having to worry about costs.
Big players are joining the cloud storage market as Google Drive and S-Drive are expected to be launched within the next few days.
A research conducted by cloud storage and backup service provider, Symform announces that most companies are opting for cloud-based services in data storage and backup. Find out what the drivers are for this massive move.
With the rise of online storage demand, start-ups Box and Dropbox aspire to get a share of the pie as they gain momentum in their respective cloud service lines.
Businesses may consider what green-conscious cloud storage company Greenqloud can do for their carbon footprint.
More and more businesses are moving to the cloud in an effort to find better and more cost effective ways to deal with this data overload and while the cost of data storage has dropped tremendously, the scale of the problem shows that we need some new solutions.