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What Should You Consider when Choosing A Cloud Solution For Your Business?

Cloud services come with various features and support functions. While selecting a cloud-based service, businesses need to consider the following factors: • Delivery models Cloud comes in three forms – public, private and hybrid. Public models offer a collaborative environment which offers ease of data sharing. Private models, on the other hand, provide greater data and network security. Hybrid models offer options for privacy on …Read More

Should you replace your server or move to the cloud?


Cloud can be cheaper and more efficient than replacing your server, but it doesn’t suit every type of company. Your server is getting old. You’ve noticed your current system is running slow which could be affecting efficiency in your business. Your staff have been complaining about the system and perhaps its reliability too. Your IT support company has patched up the system several times …Read More

Implementing a BYOD policy on your network


With cloud technology becoming so popular many small businesses are utilising a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy; which is a concept that involves staff bringing personal devices to work, such as smartphones and tablet devices and using those devices to access company resources such as email, file servers, and databases. Many businesses are adopting BYOD with out thinking about the risks to their data. …Read More

What is Hybrid Cloud Computing?

Hybrid Cloud Computing is a term used to describe a mixture of cloud computing and local based services. For instance your email system is hosted in the cloud via a hosted exchange platform while your documents and software such as accountancy system, CAD or line of business application is held on your own local server. Is Hybrid Cloud Computing a good way to start? …Read More

5 New Features of Office 2013

Office 2013 is now officially here, and many users are wondering about upgrading to the latest version and what new features it will bring. Branded as ‘The New Office’, 2013 is designed to work closely with Windows 8 becoming more touch friendly, as well as embrace cloud computing; integrating services such as Microsoft’s Sky Drive. Moving the Microsoft Office suite a step forward, Office …Read More