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Are you currently backing up your computer to a local USB hard drive or not at all? If you aren’t taking your backups away from your home, read this article to learn how to back your computer up to the cloud.
With the wide variety of cloud storage providers out there what makes Microsoft OneDrive unique? Is OneDrive a good choice for you? Read on to find out.
There’s a lot more to Microsoft OneDrive than just using it as cloud storage. Learn how to organize your files and folders, edit documents right in your browser and more.
Free cloud storage providers are a dime a dozen, but not all providers are the same. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular cloud storage providers and see what sets them apart.
Part of the series published in Green Computing, this article shows you how to use Amazon Web Services to set up a free web server.
In the last article, we discussed what the cloud is and the types of cloud services offered. As most people are familiar with Software as a Service (think Gmail, Outlook.com, Dropbox, etc.), I thought it may be useful to do a roundup of IaaS or Infrastructure as a Service providers.
As part of a multi-part series of articles, I will walk you through the basics of the Cloud, some top cloud hosting providers and even a how-to article showing you how easy it is to dive in and start using the Cloud. If you haven’t been paying attention to the Cloud, it’s time to listen up.
Do you get lost in all the jargon surrounding Green IT? Or perhaps you have a nagging feeling that just buying an energy efficient laptop isn’t enough when it comes to reducing the carbon footprint of home computing? Help is at hand. Find out how you can use the Green IT Life Cycle at home.
Even though cloud computing is pretty much a household phrase in this day and age, there are still a lot of misconceptions about how this technology really works. Hopefully, these charts and diagrams will make the muddy waters a little clearer.
Are risks in security the major deterrents keeping your small business from taking advantage of cloud computing? Read through some of the best practices that can be followed to ward off these IT risks.