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3 Reasons Manufacturers Need Disaster Recovery

Manufacturers increasingly rely on technology to produce and distribute goods. Robotics play a key role in the manufacturing and assembly of products in factories. Sensors and beacons in Internet of things (IoT) devices track products as they progress along the supply chain and help monitor inventory in warehouses. Manufacturers leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to make … Read More

Why Financial Organizations Should Adopt the Cloud

As a highly regulated industry, financial services has been wary adopting cloud technology. But that is changing. In the past, concerns about storing sensitive financial and personally identifiable information in the cloud has been key factors in slowing adoption. This financial information is a gold mine for cybercriminals. Storing such lucrative information in a multi-tenant … Read More

Why K-12 Education Needs the Cloud for Data Protection

Schools are in a unique situation when it comes to disaster recovery. They are often limited to one physical location, so they are in trouble when disaster strikes. Unlike corporations or higher education institutions, K-12 schools don’t have access to geographically dispersed branch offices or campuses. If a school loses its building due to a … Read More

5 Ways to Use Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud continues to be a popular choice for companies. 451 Research predicted that by 2019, 69% of companies will adopt multicloud or hybrid cloud. The flexibility of hybrid cloud drives the market. Users enjoy the security of private cloud along with the accessibility and affordability of public cloud. Companies that choose hybrid cloud can … Read More

Should You Choose Colocation or the Cloud?

Maintaining an on-premises data center can be a burden on companies. Organizations need to budget for the capital expenses of housing and provisioning hardware as well as the ongoing operating costs. The 2016 Data Center Industry Survey found that 50% of IT budgets are shrinking. When companies operate a data center on-site, it can be difficult to … Read More

How the Cloud Contributes to Health Care

In the era of electronic health records (EHRs), medical institutions must find ways to store, transmit, process, and protect large volumes of data. Medical data is often complex and unstructured, containing doctors’ notes and image files created during scans. Information must be stored for a long time in archives so that doctors can have access … Read More

Why Government Agencies Are Moving to the Cloud

State and municipal governments once thought the cloud wasn’t an option for them. They were unwilling to surrender control to a cloud provider and lacked confidence in cloud security. Government agencies are responsible for handling sensitive data that needs to be kept secure. This data might contain information about constituents or even matters of intelligence. … Read More