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Do I Need Cloud Storage for My Business?

Do I Need Cloud Storage for My Business?

In the current Information Age, you can never have enough storage. Data has become one of the most sought-after commodities on earth and storing and protecting your company’s data is vital to your business’s success. Cloud computing has come a long way in recent...

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Is a Remote Workplace Solution right for me?

Is a Remote Workplace Solution right for me?

Technology is supposed to make life easier, but that’s not always the case. The rapid advancement of technology has allowed humanity to accomplish what was once unimaginable. Still, from time to time, technology can make life more complicated, especially if you have...

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Private Cloud Storage vs. Public Cloud Storage: What’s Right for Your Business?

Private Cloud Storage vs. Public Cloud Storage: What’s Right for Your Business?

In an increasingly digital world, storage has become vital to a business’s ability to operate efficiently. If you don’t have enough storage for your business’s data needs, you risk losing valuable information and even revenue. If you’re overpaying for storage, you’re wasting hard-earned money that can be reinvested into your business. When it comes to Remote Workplace Solutions, there are two main parent options to consider—private cloud storage or public cloud storage. To find out what cloud storage option is right for your business, continue reading below for Private Cloud vs. Public Cloud Storage: What’s Right for Your Business?

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Remote Working Solutions to Meet Demand

Remote Working Solutions to Meet Demand

2020 saw an old technology increasingly surge back into demand. Remote working technology has been around for twenty plus years and has been utilized in many forms. COVID-19 has ushered in the norm and necessity for remote technology. Today, as remote technology comes...

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Data Centers in a Changing Landscape

Data Centers in a Changing Landscape

Back in the dot com bubble, there was a rush to build medium-sized data centers to accommodate the surge in servers that needed secure hosting. Many of these centers were what is called “Telephone Design.” They were less expensive to build and more manageable and...

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