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As we think more about wireless network management and the issues it creates in a business environment, one of the fastest growing trends in this area is Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).
Throughout October, we’ve been talking about cloud technology. In November, our focus will be wireless network management and the rising use of remote network management systems.
We’ve talked a lot about cloud servers in our blog posts this month – if you didn’t know what to make of ‘the cloud’ before, you should have a clearer idea now. To tackle another hot technology trend: how does cloud computing relate to big data?
This month we just can’t stop talking about cloud servers. We’ve discussed the advantages – portability, lower provisioning times, cost-effectiveness, flexibility, efficiency, ease of access… But what are the drawbacks?
A cloud server is a portable, flexible and cost-effective way of storing unlimited data - what’s not to love? However, there is a growing concern that such game-changing technology could diminish the need for IT professionals.