Cloud security: everything you need to know

Cloud security: everything you need to know

Cloud technology is becoming more pervasive every day. Some reports claim that almost 90% of businesses will utilize some form of the technology in 2017. But somehow myths about its lack of security remain. From cloud-based software to data storage, we believe cloud security is swiftly becoming better than that of local area networks.

New smart search engine for G Suite users

New smart search engine for G Suite users

The newest tool launched for business customers is Google Cloud Search, which allows users to search across G Suite products such as Drive, Gmail, Sites, Calendar, Docs, Contacts and more with ease and efficiency. It was previously known as Springboard and was compared to something like Google Now for enterprise workers.

Tips for a cloud-based unified communications

Tips for a cloud-based unified communications

The number of small businesses that will move their unified communications to the cloud is predicted to increase from 10% to 48%, while medium-sized firms and large enterprises follow, albeit in smaller percentages. These numbers are not surprising because migrating unified communications to the cloud presents a host of benefits to communication systems: simplicity, flexibility, and lowered costs.

5 safe bets for web services in 2017

5 safe bets for web services in 2017

Investing in technology requires a lot of forethought and research. Successful business owners know that it isn’t just seeing an ad on your sidebar and signing up for untested services or solutions, it’s about making an educated decision. What better time is there to sit down, review the current state of technology, and decide where to place your bets for 2017? When you’re ready for that, take a look at our insider projections on where web services will be heading for the coming year.

Sharing business data: SharePoint/OneDrive

Sharing business data: SharePoint/OneDrive

Office 365 comes with a variety of storage and sharing options that promise to make life easier and more productive for business owners. OneDrive and SharePoint share many of the same features, but differ in some of their basic management options. Unless you know what to look for, it might be hard for you as a business owner to choose the best option for your company.

Work together with Dropbox’s new tool, Paper

Work together with Dropbox’s new tool, Paper

Despite a relatively no-frills platform, Dropbox has remained one of the most recognizable names in cloud storage. Apparently after nearly ten years in the market, it’s ready to move on to bigger and better things. Titled ‘Paper,’ the company’s newest service will take direct aim at Google Docs and Office 365 by offering real-time document collaboration and editing.