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5 Ways in Which the Cloud is More Secure

5 Ways in Which the Cloud is More Secure

Businesses migrate to the cloud from dedicated hosting for several different reasons, with one of these being security. It is a widely held belief that cloud environments stand to offer more security and protection than is available with traditional dedicated hosting plans, with many CIOs placing their trust in the advanced encryption and security algorithms …

How does the cloud handle high traffic websites?

How does the cloud handle high traffic websites?

It is often seen that one of the main benefits of the cloud is its perceived ability to handle high traffic websites in a way that dedicated servers would never be able to. Whilst dedicated servers can be clustered together to provide more power, in most cases this isn’t without its downtime, not to mention …

What is the future of the private cloud?

What is the future of the private cloud?

Private clouds can be expensive, large scale projects that are carried out over a number of years. They’re designed to offer customers near-limitless capacity and a cost-effective way of consolidating their physical server footprint. However, the future of the private cloud is a bit hazy with many large enterprises choosing to keep a large proportion …

5 Reasons Why Not Choosing the Cloud Could Harm Your Business

5 Reasons Why Not Choosing the Cloud Could Harm Your Business

With the cloud now being the defacto IT system for businesses of every size, for many the costs of not migrating to the cloud could far outweigh the costs of the actual migration. The cloud can give every business new opportunities to explore the potential for IT to revolutionize their operations, with a number of …

6 Datacentre Deployment Key Factors For Cloud Computing

6 Datacentre Deployment Key Factors For Cloud Computing

It is recognised that Cloud Computing is the main driving force for the future ICT. Many IT organisations  have predicted that spending on cloud services results in the secure deployment of services. But as the cloud revolution continues, companies must consider how they will update their ICT infrastructure to prepare for this growth. There are …

Canonical to discontinue Ubuntu One storage service

Canonical to discontinue Ubuntu One storage service

Ubuntu One Cloud services from Canonical will be shutting down in June 2014. The popular cloud storage service which had a user base of one million back in July 2011 will be discontinued from 1st of June 2014, Canonical has confirmed. Users will be able to download their files until 31st of July; after which …

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