Hybrid Cloud: How to Designate Public and Private Workloads

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Public, private, and hybrid are the three primary forms of cloud in use by organizations. As its name suggests, hybrid is a blend of the private and public models. A company with a hybrid cloud is able to choose the public or private setting for each given scenario. Michael Moore notes that companies will typically… Read more »

8 Common Mistakes When Migrating to Cloud

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Cloud hosting, also known as infrastructure as a service (IaaS), is on the rise. The broader segment of cloud infrastructure and services expanded by almost a quarter between 2016 and 2017, per a report released by Synergy Research Group. While software-as-a-service (SaaS) increased at a 31 percent rate, the combined area of platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and… Read more »

How to Help Attorneys Embrace the Cloud

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How to Help Attorneys Embrace the Cloud

Helping attorneys use cloud-based solutions is about explaining why the technology is so valuable – that it has security, speed, access, and collaboration benefits for firms.   While just about every industry will end up using cloud computing environments, it’s growth has obviously been faster in some areas than others. For example, the cloud grew… Read more »

5 Ways Cloud Computing Can Help Your Business

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5 Ways Cloud Computing Helps Your Business

Companies across a broad spectrum, from shoestring startups to Fortune 500 enterprises, are wondering how they can better incorporate cloud computing into their organizations. There are manifold ways in which this technology can improve your efficiency and results. First, let’s look at the growth numbers for cloud to see how much is currently being invested… Read more »