Cloud computing is no longer a name associated with big IT houses. The picture has changed dramatically in the past 5 years or so. From being a technology to collaborate different business procedures, cloud computing has evolved as the best resource for start-up companies, irrespective of their geographical location.
Although cloud computing is gradually becoming mainstream within organizations of all sizes, there still remains the concern over data security and encryption, especially in the public cloud.
Small to medium-sized businesses now have disaster preparedness in mind in adopting technology particularly cloud computing and virtualization. Results of a disaster preparedness survey concludes this inference as 2,053 organizations with an employee range of 5-250 are interviewed and asked about their motivations on embracing new technology.
As cloud adoption becomes more popular, the rate of cloud deployments might be faster than the IT operations team can manage. An article talks about the creation of a divide between these two crucial aspects of business and how it can be addressed.
Cloud computing is rapidly growing within the IT industry. One small business owner shares his experience with using cloud computing and how he leverages on this technology to save on costs, resolves multi-device usage issues and operations as a whole.
An article written by a marketing consultant in Small Biz Bee exhibits in a very basic form how cloud technology can help small businesses.
A recent CompTIA report, SpiceWorks Voice of IT: State of SMB IT, shows how SMB organizations are adapting to business growth with virtual servers.
As MaidPro grew to 120 locations nationwide, they adapted business software to emerging cloud technology by utilizing virtual servers to host in-house software.
Recently Information Week took presented a survey to see how small and medium business (SMBs) are adapting to the cloud.
Small and medium businesses can take advantage of new cloud technologies, like virtual servers, without breaking the bank.