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Cloud-native databases? Why not?

By Jessie L. Morgan → Sunday, September 15, 2019
People who belong to the group of neophobia, changing or moving is nearly impossible. In term of moving database, it’s still true to computer users or even to someone seeming to be clear-headed with any change. Due to the fact that it is involved with many other documents, indeed some are relatively important. However, even the most proactive person still hesitates whether they should transfer on-premises data to another different place, cloud. A plenty of people might call this action is to take the risk not only for their computer but also their work or even their life. That’s why the question of using only cloud-native databases or databases that both the cloud and on-premises can work on is taken into account.

Cloud-native databases

How to gain maximum benefits from your personal cloud storage

By Jessie L. Morgan → Friday, September 13, 2019
Today we will discuss cloud storage and how to gain maximum benefits from your personal option.

Nowadays, the question’s not whether or not to use cloud storage but how to maximize its tools so you can gain benefits from using the cloud-based system. There are many private cloud service providers to name: Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Mega and so on. Each of them offers public free cloud and pay-per-use service.

If you are just a newbie in the cloud world or you have been using the cloud since its premiere, it is essential to understand the functions and some tricks to maximize its features. Below are some tips to turn your cloud platform into something better, more powerful and secure.

Fasten your seatbelt, it’s time to step up your game.

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#1. Don’t ignore offline feature

No cloud providers want to lose their users. Therefore, they spend time and energy to make sure their servers are in good condition. However, no matter how reliable the server is, you could never tell when you will encounter situations when your files simply disappear for a while.
Imagine when you needed a specific file and you can’t find it anywhere in the cloud, what would you do? Or you were working on a file online and suddenly the internet connection is lost, what would you do? To avoid those annoying moments, all you need to do is to use available tools from the cloud to access your files offline.

How to gain maximum benefits from your personal cloud storage

Using the offline feature enables you to view and manage your files anywhere.

Dropbox, Google Drive, Mega, and OneDrive all offer their desktop and mobile apps, allowing you to have access to your data even without internet or in case of virtual system failure. Google Drive even offers desktop apps that enable you to process some certain files in Chrome without installing any additional software. Why not make a good use of it?

Cloud Hosting And The New Generation of Data Storage

By Jessie L. Morgan → Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Whether you understand thoroughly about the concept of Cloud Hosting? Let’s check it in this article.

Cloud hosting is a fairly new term, so what is Cloud Hosting? What are the benefits of cloud hosting? In fact, Cloud Hosting works just like most other types of web hosting as we know, but the difference is that it runs on cloud servers so it's called Cloud Hosting.

What is Cloud Hosting?

Cloud Hosting And The New Generation of Data Storage

Cloud Hosting is a new term for cloud-based Hosting services.

Physically, Cloud Hosting works similarly to the current types of Web Hosting. Cloud Hosting also uses the same managed control panel Hosting as DirectAdmin, as well as configuring and setting up features such as Web Hosting. However, there is one difference between Cloud Hosting and Web Hosting is that Cloud Hosting runs on Cloud Servers (Cloud Server / Cloud VPS).
Cloud Hosting works based on the cloud computing technology, using the best server platform of the major servers in the world such as Cisc. In addition to Cloud Storage, the principle of distributed storage, it operates on the CloudLinux operating system. Moreover, it utilizes the load balancing technology among servers to provide access speed. Its speed is also faster than other types of Web Hosting. The data security is made sure to be higher as well as the minimal ability to Downtime for the Website.

Cloud Hosting operates based on the most advanced technology in the world today, allowing unlimited number of Servers to use a Website or a Website System. Cloud Hosting has a significant advantage over today's traditional hosting solutions such as the use of resources and the security of a cloud-hosted website. In fact, it is always guaranteed on multiple servers instead of just one.The cloud computing technology also eliminates any physical limitations for the development and makes the data storage solution extremely flexible. The stability of the system Cloud Hosting compared to traditional hosting up to 300%.

Google announces plans to review its cloud storage services

By Jessie L. Morgan → Saturday, June 29, 2019
Upgraded cloud services will be launched by Google for all its users; this is welcome news because the new features will include better storage management and other related services.

Google announces plans to review its cloud storage services

How To Ensure You Will Have A Safe Cloud Storage

By Jessie L. Morgan → Tuesday, June 18, 2019
It can be a little risky to take your data to a provider's cloud platform. That said, various experts believe it's not any more so than storing it in your own data center. Risks can be a lot less if you do your homework and ensure you go with a cloud provider you feel completely comfortable with and you can trust with your information.

How To Ensure You Will Have A Safe Cloud Storage