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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.
As more and more people turn to a cloud server to solve their data storage problems, this week we will be blogging about cloud computing - what it is, how the technology works and why a cloud server could benefit you.
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