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.
The cloud evolution continues as organizations are moving from private to public cloud. Gradually, business units are seeing the value of the public cloud and are realizing that the private cloud is simply an extension of the traditional, wholly-owned-and-operated infrastructure.
Small to medium-sized businesses generally see cloud computing as a common solution to all problems. In a blog in Host Review, it is explained that while the technology addresses many concerns in a business, key solutions need to be identified to see which particular business issue each one directly addresses.
Many view that apps will become more popular than the web, this was proven by a survey focused on the future of apps and web. What do companies find in mobile apps that make them more appealing than traditional ones? In these debates, how does cloud computing come into play?
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.
Small businesses are moving to the cloud because of various reasons. Find out the many benefits that cloud computing gives to small businesses and how it impacts that success of their operations.
Cloud hubbing came about because of the need to optimize the performance of applications and services. Find out what cloud hubbing means to businesses and how it will help make full use of the cloud.
Cloud technology levels the playing field for small businesses to compete with large corporations. The importance of SMB competition today will greatly help in the revitalization of the economy.
With the emergence of cloud-based services, startups today are given more options apart from the traditional VC funding.
A recent research by Parallels revealed that SMB’s are more likely to choose cloud services rather than on-premise services as cloud technology is seen to bring about significant development to the business without investing on physical infrastructure.