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The Forecast is Cloudy: 3 Benefits of Cloud Computing, Part III

April 3rd, 2012 at 10:00 am

Tech Talk wraps up its three-part series on cloud computing benefits. Our first entry looked at cost savings. Our second focused on versatility. We finish today with increased functionality and capability. If implemented correctly, cloud computing can… Read More >>

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The Forecast is Cloudy: 3 Benefits of Cloud Computing, Part II

March 30th, 2012 at 8:40 am

On Tuesday, Tech Talk kicked off a short series looking at three benefits of cloud computing. Our first post focused on cost savings. Today, we look at versatility. Implementing a cloud computing solution allows your business to… Read More >>

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The Forecast is Cloudy: 3 Benefits of Cloud Computing, Part I

March 27th, 2012 at 10:55 am

It seems as though everyone is talking about cloud computing these days. High-profile companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon are heavily promoting the cloud-based services they offer to consumers and businesses. While the concept of cloud computing isn’t exactly new, it only recently became a hot topic for the general public. Indeed, a report conducted by Dell and Intel reveals that 35% of small businesses were unaware as to how cloud computing could affect their companies. Over the next week, Tech Talk will provide further detail about three of the benefits cloud computing can offer. We begin with cost savings. The use of cloud computing offers a number of […]

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To the Cloud: Cloud Computing Benefits Are Endless!

February 28th, 2012 at 9:07 am

Businesses today run an obstacle course for survival. High costs leave organizations debating where to cut funding, while capacity demands give IT departments unending headaches. Enter cloud computing; a virtualization oriented solution to decrease costs and get your books back in the black. Cloud computing relies on the internet and secure web portals. Here’s how it works: Businesses pay for access to a secure storage area within the cloud, as well as space to run their applications. This eliminates the company’s need to purchase and maintain servers, allowing even the smallest business to achieve economies of scale. Need a visual? Cloud computing benefits are endless. Seamless integration and upgrades, cost […]

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