Long gone are the days where business owners are required to pay by the minute for long distance phone calls. Today, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has replaced the traditional phone system and introduced a wealth of solutions to make business easier.
Almost all business users distribute sensitive company information utilizing unsecured media. Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive offer secure alternatives to these practices. A new entry to business file-sharing, Datto Drive, promises to deliver more
Cloud computing has gained much public attention since its introduction. However, misconceptions about its nature and utility have altogether obscured its application. As a result, it is important for us to dispel the myths surrounding it so businesses like you
In recent years, much talk has been made about cloud computing, and its ability to scale your business to the next level. While Google is definitely noticing a new search trend for "cloud" on the Internet, many businesses are still cautious about making the move,
Microsoft Azure vs Rackspace vs Amazon S3. From the smallest mom and pop establishments to major corporations, business are taking advantage of public cloud computing services. Using cloud computing saves time, money and energy used
The day has come when the expression, "on the cloud," is no longer a metaphor, but a breathing reality. By making everything accessible online, the Internet is basically a web of information "on the cloud," that can be accessed from anywhere around the world.
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Don’t trust your company’s critical data and operations to just anyone! This business advisory guide will arm you with 21 Revealing Questions you should ask any computer consultant before giving them access to your network.