Jeff Nevil

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Content Writer, Interested in Saving Money, Traveling, Current Affairs, Rising Technology & Improving B2B Business

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Clouding the Issue – Your Data Security

According to Gartner, SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions are expected to grow a further 20.3% in 2016 to $37.7 billion, which is just a fraction of the 16.5% predicted growth for the whole public cloud service industry, from $175 billion in 2015 to $203.9 billion in 2016.

The ‘cloud’ is a term that’s used pretty freely nowadays, with varying degrees of accuracy. In a nutshell, anything cloud refers to ‘cloud computing’, the process of sharing internet-based data to any other device, from any other location.

Cloud storage – Putting all your eggs in one basket

Cloud storage enables users to store data online. This makes data easily accessible for other users who have been given access to the files. Cloud storage reduces the need for expensive offline data storage devices and if done correctly, can save a lot of time as well as money.

But should you put all your eggs in one basket?

Growing Storage Demands

Storing data can be very expensive and as storage demands grow, so does the need to upgrade storage systems.

What The Future Holds for Web Design and CMS

Wordpress has dominated the list of top content management systems for years; however, this could soon change. With the popularity of SquareSpace and other content management systems rising, Wordpress could soon see users leaving for a better suited website builder.

SquareSpace now has over 1.8 million websites and this number grows daily. The number is nowhere near Wordpress’s 60million websites; however, it is growing significantly annually and could kick Wordpress off the top spot in a few years.

CMS, ECM, WCMS … and your intranet software!

The world of intranets was a simple one before. Nobody ever thought about having the right CMS or ECM or even WCMS to support their intranets. But was it really that simple?! I believe everyone who ever worked on an intranet or used an intranet at work had the same old problem, once a page was created where to find it? Who is allowed to create pages? How to edit them? Who approves them?