Storage Monitoring (as a Service)

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on Sep 2, 2021 8:00:00 AM

      Today’s digital technologies and high-performing applications need fast and reliable storage solutions to support their data needs. Cybercrime, hardware failures, human error, and natural disasters also pose a threat to data security. IT professionals need to ensure that storage systems can maintain high levels of performance and availability to meet data demands while protecting business-critical data from data loss and other security threats.

      Read More

      Topics: Cloud Computing, Backup, Office 365 Backup, Cloud backup

      How Do Cloud Servers Work

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on Aug 18, 2021 8:00:00 AM

      Cloud computing has been around in some form since 1977 but since 2010 companies like Amazon, Google and Microsoft have been making cloud services available to individuals and businesses.

      Read More

      Topics: Cloud Computing, Cloud Service Providers, Cloud Solutions, Cloud backup

      6 Reasons Why Your Backups Are Failing

      Posted by Purushothama.S on Jul 12, 2021 10:36:19 AM

      Regardless of the software that you use to back up and restore your system, you will likely experience failed jobs. Every error has the risk of resulting in data loss, which can have a severe impact on your business. Backups fail for many reasons, two being from hardware and software failures. According to a recent survey by ComputerWeekly.com, the failure rate for backups is an astonishing 37%, which is why investing in professional cloud backups is crucial to your organization.

      Read More

      Topics: Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery, Cloud Solutions, Cloud backup

      What is Everything as a Service in Cloud Computing?

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on Jun 17, 2021 9:00:00 AM

      Cloud services provide technology solutions over the internet (or cloud) or via a dedicated network. Resources provided by third-party vendors include hardware and networking infrastructure, software, data storage, processing power, and memory which are delivered on-demand using a pay-per-use model.

      Read More

      Topics: Cloud Computing, Desktop as a Service, Cloud backup, everything as a service, XaaS

      Advantages of Secondary Storage

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on Jun 15, 2021 9:00:00 AM

      Secondary storage refers to internal or external storage devices used to store non-critical and infrequently accessed data for long periods of time. It differs from primary storage e.g. RAM, cache, which stores data, applications, and instructions that are currently in use by the computer. 

      Read More

      Topics: Cloud Computing, Backup, Cloud Storage, Cloud backup

      2021 Trends in Cloud Computing

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on May 6, 2021 8:00:00 AM

      Cloud computing refers to the delivery of on-demand computing services including IT infrastructure, storage, network systems, and applications over the internet. Services are provided by a third-party vendor who handles the management and maintenance of the physical data centers where the cloud services live. 

      Read More

      Topics: Cloud Computing, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, Cloud backup

      Testing Applications After Moving to the Cloud

      Posted by NewCloud Networks on Apr 13, 2021 5:40:15 PM

      A recent O’Reilly survey shows that 25% of businesses plan to move all their applications to the cloud within the next year. More and more businesses are leveraging the many benefits of the cloud including cost savings, increased security, greater flexibility, and increased performance. But if you’ve decided to move your important business data and applications to the cloud, you should also have a comprehensive application migration testing strategy in place. 

      Read More

      Topics: Cloud Solutions, Cloud backup