5 Things Most People Wrongly Assume About Cloud Computing

December 20, 2017 in Cloud Services

cloud computing myths that sceptics can't let go of

Cloud computing has become an incredibly useful tool for small startups and large businesses, but also individuals. Still, many skeptics stand fast on their opinions.

When companies decide to migrate to IaaS, Infrastructure-as-a-Service, they’re able to access top-of-the-line resources for their computing needs. The bonus is that traditional costs associated to on-site hardware, like buying/installing/upgrading hardware, are something to leave in the past.

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Cloud Backup – The Pros and Cons

September 13, 2017 in Cloud Services

cloud backup

Cloud storage is more affordable than ever, so using it as a platform for backup just makes more sense.

Every individual or business has a need for keeping their data safe. As on-site or physical backup solutions become less practical and costly, the solution is right in front of us: The Cloud.

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Dropbox vs Google Drive – Which to Choose?

September 6, 2017 in Cloud Services

Dropbox vs Google Drive

Dropbox vs Google Drive. They’re two of the most popular storage drives for consumers. But which one is going to serve you best in the long term?

Both have excellent storage, collaboration and the capability to simplify your documents and data. In addition, they both have desktop and mobile apps, making them extremely popular and user friendly. Microsoft’s OneDrive also speaks volume here but we’re going to focus on the pros and cons to signing up to either of these cloud storage giants.

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Cloud Computing’s Positive Effect on Healthcare

August 30, 2017 in Cloud Services

cloud computing in healthcare

The use of cloud computing in healthcare is now widely adopted. What are the revolutionizing effects of this?

How is cloud computing improving the quality of care for the patients? It seems there’s a huge potential to reach limits we thought weren’t possible in healthcare. How come? If you think about how much data is handwritten, it’s not a simple shift.

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