Hybrid Cloud is a combination of public cloud and any private cloud or on-premises traditional server resources. The primary advantage to a Hybrid Cloud setup is that it allows a higher level of customization in order to deliver optimal application performance. A second advantage is that Hybrid Cloud leverages substantial monetary savings by scaling up and down high-usage and high-resources components in the public cloud side of the hybrid environment, allowing corporations to not pay for services until they need them. The third advantages of a Hybrid Cloud setup is security and customization. Through the mix of highly-customized on-premises resources with highly-scalable public cloud resources, businesses can design exactly what they need and react quickly to market changes … READ MORE
Like many technological terms, ‘Cloud’ has evolved significantly over the past 10 years and its usage has generated a great deal of controversy and confusion. ‘Cloud’ has evolved and can now be broken down into an array of specific, targeted services and is no longer just a general blanket term. The Cloud is now more than a place where you can host your virtual machines or utilize for storage. Cloud has evolved into a spectrum of services which help you distribute content, manage your own interface and its users. You can choose which specific aspects of your infrastructure to offload to the cloud whether it be backups, storage or disaster recovery. It can be used for collaboration purposes, an added … READ MORE
By now you’ve heard about cloud computing and how you can help your business take advantage of the tools available in order to increase productivity and efficiency. But did you know about the different levels of cloud computing you could be using? Learning the difference between your options will allow your business to uncover new ways of operating and help you grow into the future.
SaaS—Software as a Service (SaaS) involves using software that is deployed over and accessed through the Internet. This allows companies to outsource IT work and provides for easier collaboration between departments.
IaaS—Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) lets companies maintain control of a software environment without having to maintain equipment. This option is generally pay-as-you-go, so you are … READ MORE
Security and the Cloud: Debunking Security Misconceptions About the Cloud
When working with a cloud hosting service, security is likely your top priority. Researching companies to work with is an important step in selecting a host, because it could be the difference between having a secure system in place and exposing your proprietary information to potential attacks. There are many misconceptions when it comes to the cloud and security, which is why it is necessary to get all of the information you can before making a decision.
One of the top myths floating around various industries is that most businesses do not have faith in or haven’t yet moved to a cloud hosting solution. In fact, the cloud market is expected to … READ MORE
The cloud is a relatively recent innovation, only becoming popular in only the last few years. Despite its young age, it has greatly changed the way people manage, host, and store important data. Many individuals and businesses alike have switched to cloud computing due to the numerous benefits of working with and through the cloud.
Previously, a computer used its own hard drive to download software and applications, as well as to store important data. This severely limited a company’s options since each computer was considered separate and it required a great deal of tech support to keep all the separate computers operating and communicating with each other efficiently.
Now, through cloud computing, companies can share resources … READ MORE
@ByEliott@zbyronwolf AOC's idea of taxing the 16,000 or so that make 10+ mil per year is extremely short-sighted. Remember, these are the people that can EASILY move to another country (Cayman islands anyone?) should you tax them "too much". The question comes down to how much is too much?,May 15