For more than 25 years, SQL and Windows servers have handled critical on-premise workloads for businesses both big and small. Then came the age of digital transformation. On-demand or cloud computing which referred to a ‘system of using computer services over the internet’ became popular. Cloud migration became a household concept.
Truth: Cloud computing will help you to achieve a lot with minimum effort.
Fact: You need the right cloud service providers to optimize your business.
Businesses have embraced cloud because it offers several advantages. Some of the advantages like reduced expenses, enhanced flexibility, automation of processes and ease of use are not unknown.
In an era of constant innovation, it may seem strange that one of the most used operating systems (OS), Microsoft Windows 7, was released in 2009. Microsoft released its latest operating system, Windows 10, in 2015, but it’s taken nearly four years to eclipse its predecessor in market share. That’s a testament to the popularity of Windows 7 and helps explain why organizations are facing a huge challenge on the horizon.
The digital lifestyle necessitates the use of various devices from computers, laptops, tablets, to smart phones. This prompts the undeniable need for protection in these devices as people in the digital world access, store, and exchange information to and from multiple devices. By well-known definition an antivirus software is a program used to scan, detect, remove, or quarantine computer viruses from your computer.
Malware, phishing, and all forms of hacking are only a few of the cyber security threats universally known to all in this digital age. Since the world made room for digital technology, there has been numerous attacks within the cyber space and as more data is brought into the digital medium, security is becoming exponentially more important.
Digital Transformation has become the next daring gold rush an advancing business can utilize to move farther ahead, but the role it plays in a business isn’t always easy to define. In many cases, digital transformation becomes such a massive undertaking that a new executive role is created altogether, the Chief Data Officer (CDO).
You’ve done it. You’ve assessed your current business, analyzed its potential for growth, and found the best way to get your organization’s tried and true business practices from yesterday accelerated into the world of tomorrow with the cloud. You’ve seen that it can offer a scalable pricing solution to bring up and down at the push of a button and you know that it will free your exhausted team of all the hard work that comes with in-house hosting servers.
Digital commerce, although massively impactful is not the first major revolution to occur in the B2C or B2B world. It has been evolving from the first time a store has offered an added service to increase the customer experience and drive loyalty. But before we get into where it came from, let’s make sure we know exactly what it is.
Cloud migration has rapidly become not only a secure, compliant storage space for data, but a phenomenal application that can be utilized for immense business growth; but how does it change the cost compared to the virtual machines and physical machines it’s phasing out as we speak? In fact, while public and private clouds are expected to grow 22% and 15% respectively, each year for the next two years, virtual and physical machines are expected to decline by 25% and 31% respectively.
60 million Americans have been affected by identity theft.
According to a survey by the Harris Poll almost 60 million Americans have been affected by identity theft. That’s the population of California, Washington State, Oregon, and New York City combined. Since the creation of the internet, the sheer scope of new crime has skyrocketed like no one could have imagined.