Bio: Kasia Jazdzewska is a passionate digital marketer and eager practitioner of content marketing, particularly focused on the cloud computing industry. She originally graduated from Languages and Business then recently finished her academic journey with an MSc in Marketing and is a truly devoted Inbound Marketer. With her skills and commitment, Kasia takes care of Social Media, Email Marketing and content creation for those searching for cloud news.
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It’s old hat that businesses would backup their data to their tape servers in the case of a disaster, so that their business data could be recovered. But there were more problems with these tapes than initially thought such as the risk of data loss through theft or accidental damage. Often, the magnetic tapes would simply corrode, resulting in data corruption. This caused many problems when it came to recovering data that they had originally backed up, resulting in many businesses having to rebuild their data and rethink their data recovery strategy. Read the rest of this entry “
With recent changes in the law, businesses are look at ways to improve business productivity for remote workers within their organisation, consolidating both on-site and off-site employees’ needs. One of the ways business can fulfil the needs of these remote workers is by implementing cloud technology to aid in business agility and productivity. Data itself is the most important thing for remote workers. This is why cloud storage has taken off so dramatically in recent years. Read the rest of this entry “
Email is the most integral part of most modern businesses, acting as a main source of both internal and external communication. As such, it’s important for businesses to have a substantially reliable email service so that they can focus on their business strategy over their IT infrastructure.
One of the main reasons many small businesses adopt Hosted Exchange, or migrate their existing Exchange data to the cloud, is to improve the mobility of their business. Read the rest of this entry “
Desktop as a Service, a more techy expression for hosted desktop solutions, is a cloud computing service that provides you with access to your desktop PC from wherever you are in the world on any device connected to the internet. In simpler words, a virtual desktop is a desktop PC that can be accessed from the anywhere, provided you have an internet connection, giving full Read the rest of this entry “
Time for the verdict! Was it worth attending the Leigh Business Expo last Friday? Having different expectations, could both exhibitors and visitors find something beneficial for their businesses? In this blog we take a look at the event and answer these questions and understand how and if The Leigh Business Expo benefited all its participants. Read the rest of this entry “
Trade shows are yet another form of marketing for many businesses to increase brand awareness and attract more potential clients. While organising your own place at a business expo might seem easy piece of cake, making sure it all works, particularly for business with limited budget, is rather a challenge. Have you been there? Read the rest of this entry “
“Very excited and happy for Mike. Working closely with him every day since 2009 I know he is definitely the person who deserves to be in the top 4 finalists” were the words of Cloud4 Computers’ Managing Director Phil Donoghue when the news about Cloud4’ Operations Director Michael Tunstall being shortlisted as one of four finalist in the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award arrived.
Mobile connectivity, the ability to access information and collaborate instantly anywhere has always been highly sought by businesses and other organisations. For so long, email was one of the most effective and the most utilised method of communication in B2B, and in fact, it still is. Nevertheless, Read the rest of this entry “
These days everyone is talking about agility, mobility and ability to change in the business environment. Across the marketing department, sales and operations and by everyone from the CEO to administrators and across all sectors these words are quite often used. While some may have heard enough of them, others continue to wonder what agility, mobility and change means for their particular business. Ultimately, however, everyone seems to be seeking advice on how to successfully achieve these things. This article will provide you with 3 simple steps to getting your head around agility and change.
Reflecting on how difficult it is in today’s rapidly changing environment to develop a successful business and achieve growth, I’d like to share a recipe for success passed along during an event organised by TiE North West – the not for profit entrepreneurs network who support start-ups and growing businesses with their mentoring programme.