Cloud data loss normally results from human error. Even if a storage drive fails and data is irrevocably lost, it’s because someone didn’t hit a switch; hot-swap a dying drive; a user or IT person hit something they shouldn’t have; not to mention failure to complete timely backups!… Click here to read more
Cloud computing has been making waves in the business world in recent years.
Due to its great benefits, it is a computing solution that every business should consider adopting. While some businesses are already using the cloud extensively, others have been slow to join the fray.… Click here to read more
As more and more people moved to the cloud, cloud computing became bigger and better last year. The top trends for this phenomenon in 2014 are1. Cloud computing is set to become mainstream computing
Yes, cloud computing will become mainstream computing as we know it.… Click here to read more
Cloud computing is just a concept involving a huge number of computers connected through a network such as the Internet. Distributed computing and cloud computing are synonyms in the field of science, and it has to do with using a computer program that runs on multiple computers at the same time.… Click here to read more
The emergence of the internet and services based in ‘the cloud’ has presented huge potential for certain business models to become more efficient.
One service where the potential is starting to be realised is for business contact centres. 18% of call centres have now implemented cloud technology – fast progress considering that figure was only 2.2% in 2008.… Click here to read more