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Entries Tagged ‘Disaster Recovery’

Cloud Computing Can Weather Storms for Small Businesses

The list of unnatural disasters as they pertain to small-business networks are plentiful. We’ve all heard of start-up entrepreneurs “losing everything” when someone spilled a cup of coffee on their laptop, opened an e-mail containing a Trojan, or their hard drive failed due to simple attrition. The aforementioned, along with simplicity and cost-effectiveness, have brought […]

The Future of Backup, Restore and DR with Cloud Computing

Downtime is something that no company, regardless of size, is dreaming of. It is usually associated with monetary or client confidence loss. Having a disaster recovery plan (DR) is essential for every business today. Depending on company size DR plans vary in flavors and level of protection. Historically companies of smaller size have neglected the […]

  
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    • Colleges don’t teach cloud skills, so AWS will do it in high school December 8, 2017
      AWS Educate serves as a path for younger students to understand and get excited about the capabilities of the cloud, namely Amazon’s own AWS cloud. At AWS’s Re:Invent conference in last week, AWS announced the company is expanding its cloud education initiative to students ages 14-17.Obviously, AWS is trying to create customer loyalty early on. […]
    • AWS’s Kubernetes support is a step in the right direction December 5, 2017
      Kubernetes is open source technology originally built by a Google team that has received support from several enterprises, including Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM. This containers orchestration layer has many advantages, including the ability to process an application on any public cloud. This makes it easy for Kubernetes to migrate from one cloud vendor to another.At […]
    • AWS and Azure dominate the cloud. Neither should win December 1, 2017
      As we close out another AWS Re:Invent conference, it’s become apparent that we have the AWS ecosystem and the Azure ecosystem. Although there are a few others in the marketplace, Google and IBM to name two, most investment and interest have been focused at the Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure public clouds thus far.Even […]
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