We often get asked about backup best practices. Backup has evolved from tapes to online, but that’s when your data still resides and a desktop, laptop or server within your control. What if your data is already in the cloud? In the case of Google Apps for Business, your email, calendar and docs all reside in the cloud and are protected by Google. How does Google protect my data? Here are just a few examples of the ways your data is protected:
Category Archives: Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing. It’s becoming a household term and it’s changing the way we look at computers. Why? Simply put, the power and the speed of the internet and broadband networks (drawn as a cloud in network diagrams) has allowed remote servers in large datacenters to do the heavy lifting, not your PC. The applications are served to you through a web browser instead of your hard drive. Consequently, your applications and data are accessible through any web connected device. For SMB (small and medium sized businesses), is it a fad or here to stay? We believe it’s here to stay. In fact not only do we run our own business on cloud technology, we’re staking the future of our business on it!