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10
Feb

Cloud Computing Toronto Business Leaders need to be calling the shots.

    Cloud computing Toronto is causing small and medium sized businesses to spend their budgets on hiring staff and consultants, as well as subscribing to cloud technology offerings.  A rapid t move to the cloud has budget-line items allocated for Cloud-related technology and services, and this will increase significantly in 2014 and going forward. …

24
Jan

Cloud Computing An Executive Decision

  Cloud computing is starting to have a large impact on small and medium size businesses. The focus of hiring cloud related staff and consultants, as well as subscribing to cloud technology offerings, is growing.  A rapid move to the Cloud has budget-line items allocated for Cloud-related technology and services.  This movement will continue to …

3
Nov

Cloud computing; making offices obsolete?

Cloud Computing; convert the LAN room into office space. For many small to medium size businesses, server rooms can become a thing of the past. The spaces LAN rooms occupy could mean up to a few hundred square feet that could be used for storage, utility, or even an executive’s office. The enormous cost savings …

24
Jun

Cloud Computing, is it right for your organization?

Cloud Computing There is a lot of talk these days about cloud computing and it seems to be catching on with many companies. It really makes sense to “C” level executives, because it means they don’t have to spend so much money on IT infrastructure or the internal resources required to manage it. Online data …

3
Jun

Why Should You Protect Your Data?

                Sooner or later – by mischief, misfortune or mistake – it is statistically likely that you will lose precious data. A 2007 Carnegie Mellon study indicated that 2 to 4% of hard drives have to be replaced every year. That’s just one indication of the threat from …

17
Feb

Remote Backup VS Tape Backup

Written By: Caitlyn Young www.essentialdata.ca 93% of companies that lost their data center for 10 days or more due to a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster. 50% of businesses that found themselves without data management for this same time period filed for bankruptcy immediately. (National Archives & Records Administration in …