History has a funny way of repeating itself. So, it may come as no surprise to find that this cliché applies as much to business cloud computing as it does to journalism and politics. For the last three decades, one trend for businesses has been loud and clear: big, centralized, on-premise systems are “out.” As the Digital Age rolls along, personalized, power-to-the-people, cloud-hosted virtual desktops are now “in.”
Thinking about moving your on-premise systems to cloud computing? There is a lot to consider when planning and executing a successful cloud IT strategy. With today’s increasingly mobile and hyper-connected workforce, trying to convince your management team why your company should move to the cloud creates tough challenges for IT teams.
As a business owner, you recognize we are in the age of cloud computing, and data is the new currency. Now more than ever, how you manage data can drastically impact your company’s success. The reality is today’s data is increasingly complex. If you are like most, you may find it difficult to cost-effectively build, operate, manage and store all this data, server hardware and computing resources on-premise.
Millennials, one of the largest generational groups in the U.S., are the largest group of smartphone owners. And their adoption of "smart" devices and systems is evolving fast. Experts say Millennials and their iPhones are killing the conventional utility model. Here is what you need to know...
Some businesses still aren't convinced that cloud-hosted desktops are a more secure option than on-premise IT systems. In this post, we’ll look at 4 reasons to sway even the toughest cloud critics.
Cloud Hosting Redefining Business: How Safe Are Business Files if You Save Them in the Cloud?
Without a doubt, the advent of cloud hosting technology has made the dissemination and storage of information – personal or business – far more convenient than ever. Still, this new cloud hosting technology may cause some users to wonder how secure their private and proprietary information really is. While cloud technology is not perfect, it does