Tag: Cloud Computing

Canadians Connect to the Cloud with New Tech Initiatives

Cloud computing can redefine the business sector and the social space by boosting innovation; even so, the cloud still holds concerns for privacy advocates, legal observers and information security officers.

by Lee Rickwood

Choosing the best Cloud Storage Solution

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Cloud storage has become as common as having a Gmail or Yahoo! mail account. It makes sense for users to store their files securely on the web. Here are some of the best out there.

Does Our Data Need a Canadian Passport?

Data sent from one Canadian location to another Canadian location nevertheless crosses international borders; as such, it may be necessary or advisable to get our data a passport, and maybe even some inoculating shots before heading out.

By Lee Rickwood

How much value do you get from your tech subscriptions?

By Ted Kritsonis

Whether it’s a big ticket subscription, like cable or satellite TV or Internet, or something lower-priced, like satellite radio, Netflix or a music streaming service, the dollars can add up, if you’re not careful. Early into 2013, when New Year’s resolutions are set, it might be a good time to assess if you’re getting what you pay for.

Google Apps won’t be free for small businesses anymore

By Ted Kritsonis

Google announced today that it would now charge $50 annually to small businesses with less than 10 employees who use its suite of Web-based productivity tools. The move puts these small businesses in line with larger businesses that have paid that rate for some time.