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A Cure for Your Online Backup Bulimia with XP Tactics

Does this sound familiar? You have data on your computer that you want to save. Online backup is getting cheaper by the day, with more gigabytes for your buck than ever before. So you copy your files, your photos, your videos and the rest over the ...

How Long Can Cloud Storage Keep Breaking the Rules of Business?

Any business person will tell you. You can only get away with “free” for so long. Afterwards there are salaries to be paid, bills to be settled and resources to be renewed. So how much longer will online file storage providers continue to give away ...

Move Over, Mid-Market Guys: Small Biz Wakes Up to Cloud File Benefits

Cloud file storage and cloud computing in general have so far attracted a large proportion of mid-market organizations. These enterprises were well-positioned to take advantage of the scalable, smart resources of the cloud to enhance their ...

Hybrid Cloud File Sharing: The Best So Far of Public & Private Worlds

How easy is it to choose between public and private cloud file sharing? Public cloud is good because it’s scalable and needs no big upfront investment, but there are concerns about data security. Private clouds give their owners control over access ...

Remote Wipes to Virtual Desktops: Tightening Online Storage Security

Figuring out how to protect your own personal files online can already be a challenge. But when you have to protect business information that can be accessed by multiple users, the difficulty can increase by orders of magnitude. How will you protect ...

Temporary Online File Storage – Here Today & (Maybe) Gone Tomorrow

Once upon a time there was email. It was a handy way of sending files: attach, click send, and it was done. However, over time files have become generally bigger. A few minutes of a video filmed with your iPhone will quickly amount to 100 Mbytes or ...

A Quick Overview of Docker's Containerization Architecture

One of the most exciting emerging technologies of 2014 has been the Docker project. Docker was originally founded by dotCloud. The PaaS provider released the Docker project into open source back in 2013. Docker was recently spun off from dotCloud ...

Backing Up Data in Salesforce and Other Cloud Apps

Salesforce (as in Salesforce.com) is a strong contender for the title of ‘King of SaaS’. Its popularity has mushroomed to make it the largest on-demand cloud-based CRM company in the world. Its revenue is now well over the billion dollar mark. Many ...

Is Webhosting Being Turned Inside-out?

Once upon a time, if you wanted web hosting, you went to a web hosting service provider. You had a choice of hosting based on shared space, a slice of a machine, or a fully dedicated machine, according to your needs and budget. As a paying customer, ...

What Happens if Your Online Backup or Storage Service Just Stops?

There’s an aura of invincibility about many cloud providers. Maybe it has something to do with the word ‘cloud’ – a big thing that keeps sailing along in the sky no matter what happens. But cloud provider failures or closures still happen. One of ...

Web Hosting Essentials for E-Commerce

“Horses for courses” is a common saying in business. It applies to web hosting as well. What suits a corporate site may not be the best solution for a community forum or for an online sales site. To find the best web hosting ‘horse’ to win the ...

How to Get the Most Out of Cloud Computing

Are you leveraging the cloud to get the biggest benefit out of it? Now that cloud computing and associated services are woven into the fabric of IT everywhere, a quick review of capabilities might be in order. After all, it would be a shame to think ...

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