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21Nov 2014

Everybody seems to have a different definition when it comes to the ‘Cloud.’ When combined with ‘computing’ the meaning gets even more complicated. One of the simplest and narrowest descriptions of cloud computing is it being multiple virtual servers available over the internet.

24Oct 2014

Migrating The Cloud is one of the fastest growth areas in the IT sector, with more and more businesses using the Cloud for their day to day processes.The Cloud Computing industry is estimated to reach a whopping $240bn by 2020. For those of you who have not considered the move previously, it is now time to re-iterate the key advantages of Cloud Computing.

24Oct 2014

Here’s a reality check for you: don’t be fooled by everything you read during this Cloud Computing hype. It’s like Chinese whispers in the technology world. The Cloud is still one of those popular buzz words somebody created to explain a whole world of complex IT infrastructure. It is really just a metaphor for the internet, a fuzzy grey area that people cannot entirely explain easily yet. It goes back to the days of flowcharts and presentations that would represent the gigantic server-farm infrastructure of the Internet as nothing but a puffy, white cumulonimbus cloud, accepting connections and doling out information as it floats.

24Oct 2014

In the past, the most common reasons for enterprises not investing in disaster recovery software to protect I.T infrastructure, applications and important data were because of cost, complexity and unreliability.

However, today, more than ever, disaster recovery is a vital layer of protection for many organizations. With the growth of cloud enabled disaster recovery, which is much faster and less expensive than high availability disaster recovery systems, businesses nowadays have no excuse to not have a business continuity plan in place that will protect them if disaster strikes.