For many businesses, the idea of putting your business data entirely on a public cloud is an idea that’s immediately appealing in its simplicity. Unfortunately, this approach isn’t without its own risks. No solution is perfect, and even the most popular cloud solutions are vulnerable to malfunctions by service providers, human errors by users and malicious attacks from hackers.
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Most cloud computing services are young but they’re quickly becoming an integral part of many businesses. Companies communicate, collaborate, schedule meetings, and share files using the cloud, sometimes obligately when working with their clients. Microsoft’s Office 365, one of the major market players, has already reached over 120 million users (as reported in this article) and saw 41% revenue growth in the company’s most recent quarterly earnings report.
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In recent years, cloud services have opened up countless new possibilities for businesses’ IT deployment strategy, in particular those of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The unlimited scalability, built-in disaster recovery facilities, and the multitude of cloud applications on offer have all led many business owners dive headfirst into the cloud.
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Synology designs its NAS boxes with these traits in mind, and the newly released DiskStation DS1815+ model marries high- capability hardware with an operating system (DSM) that is widely regarded as one of the most innovative in the NAS business.