What Is Cloud Computing?
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...have one version that all their clients use, and that version will be automatically updated periodically so that it’s always up to date, without any input from the users.
But what about the security of having your data in the cloud? In the majority of small business situations, having your data hosted on your supplier’s systems is going to be significantly safer than if you were to manage it yourself. If you’re running your software on your own laptop, you need to ensure that you...
...have a strict backup regime as well as encrypted hard drive space — a simple Windows password can easily be bypassed if you happen to lose your computer. We’re going to be covering security aspects in more detail in a future article.
There’s a growing swarm of new applications appearing on the market to help you run your business online. It can be a little intimidating to say the least if you’re trying to choose something for a growing company. You don’t have the time or budget to try something out only to discover 2 months down the line that it doesn’t do what you need, or the service is below standard. Over the next few weeks we’ll be looking at the buying decisions to help you take your business to the cloud.
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