More and more businesses, both small and large, are embracing cloud technologies. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of cloud computing, as well as how Carden IT Services can help you maximize its potential.
Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular among businesses. The rise in remote work has led many businesses to fully embrace the cloud as it allows their team members to collaborate in a shared environment online, no matter where they are in the world. However, some businesses are still reticent about moving their data to the cloud.
In this blog, we look at what the security risks of the cloud are and how you can mitigate them. Hopefully, by the end of reading this you will understand cloud security issues better and feel more confident about implementing the cloud in your business.
Windows virtual desktops, also known as Azure virtual desktops are a form of hosted desktop provided by Microsoft and running on their Azure cloud platform.
Hosted desktops run “in the cloud”, meaning on a server off-premises, rather than on your local machine. As the user, you then access the desktop from your local machine over an internet connection. As well as “hosted desktops” and “virtual desktops”, these are also known as a Desktop as a Service or DaaS.
More and more businesses are embracing cloud computing platforms. But for those organizations which haven’t taken advantage of the cloud yet, help from managed IT services professionals can help them feel confident in doing so.
In this article, we’re going to cover some of the ways our managed services for public cloud platforms can help you ensure that cloud computing makes your business more secure, more reliable, and more efficient.
More and more businesses are moving their storage to the cloud. While this helps facilitate collaboration between team members and save resources, there is still a lot of hesitation about cloud computing among IT decision-makers in companies. Many businesses worry that increasing the use of cloud services will increase their risk of a data breach.