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Why CIOs Prefer Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is gradually becoming the most favorite child of CIOs and IT pros and as it is graduating from testing level to commercial uses many prefer to have a virtualized environment in the organizations. In a survey conducted by TechTarget during the 3rd quarter of the last year on increasing cloud interest, 61% of the respondents have agreed that they use cloud computing of some forms or the other in their organizations. The demand for all three IaaS, SaaS and PaaS cloud services are on a rise.

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Manage your cloud storage with DragonDisk

For a brief period of time I had an account with Amazon S3, which I mainly used as a test for a project I was working on. The biggest problem I faced then and which is still prevalent is the ability to easily use the interface to move files to and fro your computer. DragonDisk makes file management simple if you’re using Amazon S3® or Google Cloud Storage®, or any other S3 API compatible service.

Cloud Computing

Using the cloud effectively

The cloud is the big buzzword for 2012. It refers, of course, to an effective data storage system that can be accessed from remote locations. Instead of hefting the burden of running programs onto a limited number of local servers, functions are divided among an entire cloud network.

Free Cloud Antivirus for Maximum Protection

Its pretty clear that we all need to have use a powerful anti-virus software to protect our computer from possible threats. It’s important that we make sure to check if its making all the updates with the newest virus definitions and do a full system scan to stay protected all the time. This may use a lot of system resource while in use and eventually slows down your Pc.