Multi-cloud strategies are increasing in popularity. RightScale’s 2018 State of the Cloud Report found that 81% of enterprises are using multiple public or private clouds. And on average, they are using almost five different cloud services. What’s more, research firm IDC has predicted that 90% of enterprises will be using multiple cloud services and platforms […]
While many organizations have reaped numerous gains from shifting to Infrastructure-, Platform-, and Software-as-a-Service, the security risks of cloud computing make us wonder whether the cloud is a blessing or a curse. What is cloud computing? Cloud computing is the delivery of services hosted over the internet paid on a per use basis.
The cloud offers countless benefits including enhanced reliability, flexibility, and cost-efficiency just to name a few. But if you fall for the common pitfalls, it could have devastating effects on your security, productivity, and profitability. So avoid the following cloud mistakes at all costs.
The cloud’s ability to deliver on-demand processing power and applications via the internet is one of the most important technologies in the 21st century. Leading cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and AWS have helped many companies optimize their IT operations and grow their businesses, but despite its widespread popularity, some small-business owners are […]
No recent computer technology has drawn more attention than cloud computing. While many experts say it’s the best thing since sliced bread, some business owners are still hesitant about it because they’re worried about its complexity and lack of security.
The technical definition of cloud technology sounds like something out of a science fiction movie, but it’s really not that complicated. When you migrate to the cloud, your stuff — whether it be data, apps, or computing resources — will be stored in a secure facility and on computers you don’t have to manage.
Although the cloud has been around for awhile now, it has only recently become commonplace in smaller businesses seeking ways to promote flexibility and reduce their costs. Nowadays, distributed computing is very much the norm in New York, with high-end desktops and on-premises servers becoming relegated to a small and specialist niche.