One way to get to town is to hop on the ferry.

To get to the mainland, it’s a 10 minute ferry ride. In town, there’s a few local shops and businesses. The first one we see is Sammy’s Campground. For 3$ a night, you can stay in this small facility. There is a privy, bathroom, shower, and even an outdoor shower. They even have a camp […]

New Cloud Revenue Streams for 2015

As more and more businesses start to use shared services to outsource their IT operations, it is becoming more evident how beneficial these services truly are. The ever-changing demands and needs of business makes it challenging for organizations to provide their employees and customers with the services they need and want when they need them. […]

How Will the Virtual World Create Storage Problems for Web Hosts?

Virtual computing has created a tremendous opportunity for businesses to offload their IT requirements to cloud providers. Today, businesses with very large storage requirements, such as distributors of video media, can use the cloud as a way to implement management-free storage. They no longer have to worry about matching capacity to the changing market, of […]

2014 New York Cloud Expo: Hybrid Cloud Growth Potential

Business discussions around cloud computing are increasingly focused on the idea of a hybrid cloud strategy. Instead of plans to move all data and applications to a cloud platform or to maintain an on-site data center strategy only, a hybrid of the two approaches is becoming a top consideration for many organizations. The trend toward […]

Has the Cloud Grown Too Fast to Guarantee Security?

Each and every day, more and more companies are migrating much of their data storage and transmission to the cloud. Those organizations joining in this movement have plenty of evidence to support their decisions. Cloud computing offers a more cost-effective way to manage your vital business data, while transitioning that data to the cloud provides […]

Has the Worldwide Server Market Rebounded?

In August of 2013, the worldwide server market revenue was down 6.2% from the previous year to $11.9 billion. In many geographic regions, the demand continued to soften. According to International Data Corporation (IDC), a decline of 2.4 % in volume systems combined with a reduction in midrange and high-end systems of 22.3% and 9.5% […]

Connecting With Free Online Cybersecurity Tools and Educational Resources

Many of the major data breaches of 2014 affected large businesses and corporations, though a number of small- and medium-sized businesses also experienced malicious attacks on company data. Regional chains, municipal government agencies, and even non-profit organizations have had to tighten their security protocols in order to prevent similar breaches from occurring. A whole new […]