Venture companies are taking notice of the recent cloud boom. Certain backers are looking for cloud-based startups that provide the cloud sphere with something unique. If you have a great cloud-based idea, there are some venture companies that you’ll want to impress.
Looking for a backup and data recovery solution for the cloud? Well, look no further than cloud-specific disaster recovery and backup solutions. They are increasing in numbers, and some users feel they offer greater protection than traditional backup solutions do. The sweetest part: they cost less, too.
Yesterday, I wrote a post about the some new cloud hosting companies that will take your data, disperse it, and make sure that it’s safe and secure forever. But, what if forever turns into a year or less? What happens when a company like Cleversafe or Symform goes under? Where does your data go?
We’ve discussed the UK government’s plan to make the Internet a safer place for children by making adult hosting content filters mandatory. In case you didn’t catch those articles, here’s a recap: PM David Cameron is requiring porn filters be activated in every household in the UK unless the user opts out of it when signing up for service.
There’s no doubt about it: the cloud is here, and will only get bigger. A recent report by Morgan Stanley confirms this: AWS revenue is expected to hit $24 billion by 2023. It stands to reason that other cloud computing companies will see similar growth. However, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows.
Today, one of the most popular Google searches is “non-Us cloud-based companies.” Cloud users not living in the states have been frightened away by government spying. That’s not good news for cloud hosting companies based in the USA. But, it might be good news for cloud companies in other countries.
Cloud hosting is an industry that is growing fast, and Digital Ocean is quickly rising to the top. They recently announced a total of $3.2 million raised in seed capital, and with new subscribers joining at a rate of 500 per day, this money is much needed to adjust to their growth.
Can cloud technology help bridge the gap between healthcare and developing countries? An open source mobile health technology company called MOTECH SUITE is doing just that – using the cloud to bring basic healthcare to people across the globe.
The cloud is the cure-all for today’s IT problems. It’s fluffy, relatively secure, and a way to cut back on spending. Article after article details the way that companies from A to Z have saved by switching to the cloud.