Many consumer-grade file sync services work well for basic file sharing, but offer little else in the way of advanced features. Meridian's CloudDrive, on the other hand, can transform the way people collaborate and do business.
Should you be entrusting your data to the cloud or keeping it down to earth on your own servers? This is a decision facing every CIO. And it’s one they’ll be forced to justify and revisit regularly for the foreseeable future. That’s because there’s been no knock-out blow in the argument between the cloud and the in-house server. There’s plenty to be said for both, which makes the question one of what’s right for you.
Your organization's value depends on its data. A catastrophic loss of data will cripple your company, often beyond the point of recovery. For this reason, data backup plans are essential, even for startups. Save time and money by doing it right from the start instead of waiting until after the disaster.
December is probably the best time of the year to replace aging computer hardware. It is also the best time to think about introducing tools you might not have had before, like tablets. That is because the sales that begin on Black Friday generally continue. Last year saw computer prices in December coming in six percent lower than in November.
The cloud no longer represents the future of computing, it's the present-and you can find services to handle every aspect of your small business' IT needs. Frequently touted as the future of business technology, cloud computing's biggest benefit is that it makes enterprise-quality technology affordable for small businesses. It lets them compete at previously unattainable levels. In fact, it's now possible to completely run your small business in the cloud.