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Choosing the Best Cloud Backup Solution for Your Business

Backups are one of the most popular cloud offerings for both individuals and businesses. Users have many options to protect their data with cloud solutions like iCloud, Google Drive, and DropBox. Backing up to the cloud enables data to be accessed from any location with an Internet connection and is more convenient than backing up to physical external devices.


Here's What's Up in Cloud Computing  

Cloud computing is fast becoming one of the critical technologies organizations look up to drive their businesses and increase profits. With this in mind, most organizations have made it a priority in their strategies. This has led to the rise and evolution of some roles, such as the CTO and CIO. While other technologies such as virtual reality, machine learning, and artificial intelligence continue dominating the tech-talks, cloud transformation continues to be a transformative technology that can enable a business to stand out from the rest. Here are some trends that you should watch out for as things unfold.


Make Certain Your Cloud-Based Services Will Perform During This Holiday Season

Cloud computing has been around for over two decades, but most businesses are yet to realize its importance in service provision. Despite the potential that this technology has shown in enhancing operational efficiency, reducing cost, or competing favorably with other businesses, many businesses are yet to implement it. However, according to the International Data Group, over 69% of businesses are already using cloud technology, with another 18% planning to implement it at some point. This shows that the technology is receiving widespread adoption in organizations, despite a number of them being left behind. As a retailer who already uses the cloud during this holiday, there might be many challenges. However, you must ensure that your-cloud based services will perform better during this holiday season. Here is what you need to do and what you must understand as you intend to serve customers.


How Cloud Computing is Enhancing the Experience of the 2021 US Open

The US Open Tournament is the final major event in the professional tennis season. Its venue, located in New York City, and its schedule, which includes many primetime night matches, make it compelling viewing for serious and casual tennis fans alike. This year’s event features the return of vaccinated crowds to the stands that were left empty last year.


Challenges of Securing Containers in the Cloud

Containers are standard units of software that consolidate everything necessary to run an application into a single, standalone entity. A container encapsulates the code, runtime, system tools, libraries, and settings necessary to run an application. Using containers enhances portability and facilitates a program’s journey through its development and implementation cycles. 


Will Cloud Computing Transform Office and WFH?

For years, cloud computing was just but a hype that many had no interest in. But this was not until the COVID-19 pandemic came in knocking. As the world took extreme measures to limit infections, including minimizing working from offices, it dawned to many organizations that cloud computing was indeed critical for their survival. Amid the current situation that not many had anticipated, businesses need to find solutions to continue their operations despite not being able to work from physical offices. This means one thing, adopting cloud solutions and work from home (WFH) strategies. Here are some benefits that cloud computing is offering to organizations as they enforce WFH strategies.


Jump on These IoT Cloud Trends

The future of the Internet of Things (IoT) seems bright as the industry shows the signs of heading towards large-scale growth in the coming years. It is estimated that the IoT market will top $1.4 trillion by 2027 (up from $250 billion 3 years ago). As the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic heats up, businesses and governments appear to be turning their focus to IoT as the potential source of help. This technology has shown potential in aiding enforce social distancing, ensuring equipment availability, and automating tasks previously done by humans. With this massive adoption, we are likely to see a sudden surge in IoT use than anticipated before the pandemic. Here are some IoT cloud trends you are likely to see going forward.


Cloud Efforts Are Taking Shape This Year

The year 2020 was a tough one for many industries, most of which incurred losses caused by lockdowns. However, in between the noises, there appear to be some beneficiaries. Cloud computing, for example, took center stage as the world shifted towards digital. The pandemic might have been the last straw that will see a permanent move to digitization and the sign of the new age of cloud computing occasioned by the work-from-home regime, driving a sudden rise in individual demand.


Why You Should be Developing Cloud-Native Apps

Many factors influence an organization’s decision to take advantage of cloud provider offerings. The cloud provides enhanced flexibility and extensibility when compared to on-premises data centers. Companies enjoy economic benefits by exhibiting granular control over resource utilization and only paying for what they use. Housing systems in the cloud also make them more easily accessible by the growing population of remote workers. 


IBM Eases Deployments With Red Hat Marketplace

In September IBM announced Red Hat Marketplace, a marketplace open to the public where organizations can purchase and deploy hybrid cloud solutions. The software offered is built on the Kubernetes Operator Framework as cloud services on the Red Hat Open Shift platform. This allows for simplicity in trial, purchase and deployment of flexible software solutions. At launch there were already over 50 vendor offerings ready for developers to choose from and these all include business support.


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