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Posts Tagged ‘cloud storage’

  • 10 Key Things You Should Be Aware of: Pros and Cons of Hosting Your Own Cloud Storage System

    Last Updated: January 13, 2015

    Many Dallas colocation companies, regardless of the field, are either already working in the cloud or considering cloud technology for their business. The cloud is a mainstream solution that can provide a wealth of benefits for companies that need to collaborate with people around the country and around the globe, and it offers a wealth […]

  • Mozy Online Backup Is One of the Originals and One of the Best

    Last Updated: September 02, 2014

                Mozy offers several different “levels” of service. They have options for enterprise, business, and personal storage needs, so nearly everyone should be able to find a plan that will work for their needs. The company has been around for a number of years, and they were one of the […]

  • A Guide to Picking Your Cloud Storage Provider

    Last Updated: March 11, 2014

    Where to begin. If you are the average consumer, you probably have a vague or basic idea of what Cloud storage is and maybe you know some of the providers. Even with a vague understanding, we are sure you have heard about Dropbox. Everyone knows Dropbox. Whether you use it or not is a wholly […]

  • Integrating Storage in the Cloud into Your Business

    Last Updated: February 27, 2014

    Knowing about Cloud storage providers like Dropbox, SugarSync, Google Drive and Box.net are one thing. Implementing Cloud storage solutions into your core business operations is an entirely different story. Implementation means understanding how Cloud storage providers interact with your core internal network, providing your employees with the necessary tools to access data stored in the […]

  • Public Cloud Storage Providers vs. The Private Cloud

    Last Updated: February 21, 2014

    Question: As a company, who is interested in maintaining internal security of data, is it in your best interest to trust all of your said data to a public Cloud storage provider like Dropbox, SugarSync, Skydrive and Google Drive or is it in your best interest to host all of your storage needs via a […]