In 2002, after selling my first startup, I took some time off to design, build and raise money for a prototype comparable to Dropbox. I called the underlying technology FileSync. I eventually gave up on the project due to lack of funding and embarked on an exciting new career at another early-stage startup before eventually joining the leader in cloud to cloud backup. FileSync […]

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Today’s guest post is brought to you by Matt Johnson, VP of Global Cloud Advisory Services at Cloud Sherpas. You can find more of Matt’s work on the Cloud Sherpas blog. Moving to the cloud? It all starts with developing a strategy. Here are five tips to get started: 1) Ensure business and IT alignment […]

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Evaluating a new cloud application for your company? Before you sign anything, make sure to review the vendor’s SLA, Service Level Agreement, for all the essential components. In our latest and greatest eBook, “The Five Key Elements of a Reputable Cloud SLA“, we highlight the 5 key elements of a reputable cloud SLA to assist you in your evaluation process. The report outlines the […]

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According to a Gartner report, the worldwide public cloud markets will top $131 billion by the end of 2013, an 18.5% increase from 2012. However, before your organization can join this cloud revolution, there are many considerations to discuss with your team. In today’s post we highlight five of the key points your business needs to […]

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Earlier this month, BetterCloud wrote an article about how Google will win the Enterprise game when it comes to Google Apps vs. Microsoft Office 365. Four reasons were cited declaring Google Apps the winner: A generational shift wherein students coming out of university are already using Gmail and other Google products in their personal lives. […]

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