Responsive website design for small businesses has taken on a new level of importance in recent years as businesses realize many of their customers are doing more online activity with mobile devices. And one of those is the increasing need for those customers to find information, plus shop online when on the go. Many lives are becoming so busy that looking up businesses online to find things when our driving or other public place is an increasing activity.
In the past decade, cloud technology changed the way that data is stored, with its influence permeating consumers, small business, and large corporations alike. But with that, there have been a number of security breaches that can make someone a bit hesitant when it comes to storing sensitive data in a cloud. However, in most instances cloud computing is vastly superior when compared to storing data in physical hard drives, external hard drives and USB devices.
With 2015 soon upon us, have you ever given any thought to disaster recovery and business continuity for your small business? It may not be something you want to think about or discuss with your staff for the holiday season, yet it’s a vitally important aspect to consider for the new year. With natural (and man-made) disasters so prevalent around the world now, you never know what’s going to happen in every town or city any more.
Cloud computing has gone through a lot of misconceptions ever since the cloud became a household tech term. Most recently, some people are concerned about cloud security, even if the reality is that with proper monitoring, such things don’t have to happen. The cloud is ultimately safer than any other digital storage method, and it all depends on the service provider.