Cloud computing security refers to a set of procedures, technologies, policies and controls that all work with one another to protect data and infrastructure in the cloud against external and internal cyber security threats.
Whether you are looking to expand your local storage area network (SAN) or migrating to the cloud, knowing what the consequences and impacts of both decisions is important and to understand the capabilities and cost management of both systems.
Ever since COVID-19, there has been a significant shift in how businesses are operating. Majority of the global workforce is still continuing to work from home – a trend that is likely to stay for quite some time. One of the most popular ways that businesses are staying in touch with one another is through email. This has posed several cyber security risks that all businesses are a potential target of.
As we all are aware, technology keeps evolving at a fast pace. What may have been the best way of solving an IT problem last year may not be the best practise this year. For many business owners it is a difficult change to not only keep up with but to also adapt to.
The cloud is now one of the most integral parts of today’s market. A lot of businesses are choosing to migrate over to the cloud. It is expected that the cloud service market will hit 623.3 billion dollars by 2023 worldwide which further supports its popularity and choice of system. So why is it so popular? Cloud computing provides businesses with high on-demand data storage, resources and other cloud services to help proactively support businesses. Migrating to the cloud will also help to keep your costs down. If you are planning to move your business to the cloud here are 5 steps to making your transition as smooth as possible.
For many businesses moving their whole business over to the cloud is a big game changing decision for those that are looking to increase the scale of their services and capacity. Microsoft Azure is a platform that provides a foundation for businesses to hit the ground running when they transfer over to the cloud with application suites like Office 360. However many people are reluctant to make this move as a result of a few misconceptions that could actually be costing them a lot more.