As usual, xkcd says more about PC security in one panel than most proficient writers could say in an entire blog post. (There’s a reason we cribbed some of xkcd’s best stuff for our primer on social engineering attacks in the cloud.) At the risk of being superfluous, however, I’d like to expound on this […]

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Barb Darrow writes today in GigaOm about fear of lock-in as a barrier to cloud adoption. It’s become a truism to say that data is the new gold – but that doesn’t mean there are easy answers about where to store this gold. For now, many corporate customers will hold back on full cloud computing […]

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A December study by McKinsey & Company found that in 2011 corporations spent $28 Billion on cloud services and by 2015 that number is estimated to exceed the $70 Billion mark. The question posed by businesses is no longer “should we migrate to the cloud?” but rather “how will we migrate to the cloud?” As […]

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For the longest time, Backupify never really had a singular location for you, our customers, to find out what is new with our products. That changes today! We just recently added a new section to our Knowledge Base where you can find out what’s new with Backupify. The Product Updates page will detail new features and […]

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I don’t write a lot about how we run things here at Backupify, but we recently made a decision to sign up for a service that might seem like a random expense to many startup CEOs. I thought it would be good to take a few minutes and explain my view on employee education, and […]

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