Despite all the positive propaganda surrounding cloud computing safety, the prospect of handing over your data is daunting. Security breaches over the internet are rife, and you only have to glance at the media coverage surrounding governments investigating social media to have great cause for concern. However, countless businesses are taking advantage of the wonderful benefits offered by doing business in the Cloud. And whilst they have the same fears that you do, they also have 5 fear-busting facts that we’ll share with you in this article. Use these 5 ways to share data across the Cloud with absolute peace of mind.
#1 Keep your Data Close by
Businesses are a lot more comfortable with the idea of cloud computing when their assets are stored close by. Keeping data in its country of origin will assure that it is protected under local security legislation and ease the process of checking business contingency plans. Using a product which allows you to determine the global residency of your data – such as Maytech’s FTP-Stream – is a simple way to ease your mind about the location of your data. Continue reading
This week’s cloud file transfer news on Cloud China…
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Confused by this cloud business? Fed up of hearing the words “Government Cloud Computing” without the faintest idea of what it really means? Its ok reader, you’ve come to the right place. Join Maytech as we explain exactly what G-cloud is and how your organisation can benefit from it.
In the spirit of walking before we can run, let’s start with the basics. In a nutshell, Cloud Computing is a service whereby everything – computing infrastructure, applications, documents and business processes – can be accessible wherever and whenever you need it. Organisations will now be able to respond to rapid change and growth whilst also reducing operating costs and expenditure. Pretty nifty huh? Continue reading
It’s been an exciting ride this past year in Cloud China. But before we get swept up in all the new innovations and stories of 2014, we thought it’d be good to do a round-up of the cloud computing in China headlines of 2013.
Meet 7 Startups That Could Define The Chinese Cloud
I recently spent 11 days in Beijing meeting lots of companies trying to make it in cloud computing and big data. Here are seven with which I had a chance to sit down and learn about their businesses and how to sell cloud computing in China. Continue reading
Hi there, my name is Georgie and I am Maytech’s Brand Manager. I was on a customer call recently where he didn’t think that FTP sites were ‘sexy enough’ for his marketing teams. We showed him lots of features that can turn a standard FTP product into something much more exciting which I wanted to share with you… Continue reading
Oil and gas exploration and extraction are traditionally “hit and miss” industries. Buy the rights to a resource-rich patch of land and you’re company zooms to the big time; buy a chunk of dry rock and it shrivels into a corporate raisin. Continue reading
To put it mildly, Cloud technology has created big waves in the global business landscape. Tech experts say it’s the biggest thing to happen since the birth of the internet, allowing executives to perform tasks seamlessly with little cost and cast-iron security. Continue reading
There’s a buzz around Maytech HQ this week after we received the seal of approval from HRH’s Government itself. Our growing suite of services has been accepted into the coveted G-Cloud Programme, a group of the most respected and trusted commercial suppliers to the public sector. Continue reading
The file sharing platform underpinning the timely completion of the Olympic infrastructure:
It seems a long time ago since the stunning Olympic Games in London last year. What a spectacle on all fronts. History was made, many olympic and world records were broken and the atmosphere was electric. There was so much to celebrate and lets hope that “Inspire a Generation,“ the motto of London 2012, does just that. Continue reading
Traditionally, security has been one of the biggest issues with cloud services and deployment to the cloud. This is especially true of those who use services, which are housed in data centres, as many companies seem to feel that these are less secure than their own premises. Continue reading