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Isn't It Time To Put Your Data In The Cloud?

Isn't It Time To Put Your Data In The Cloud?

Putting your company data in the cloud using services like Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive/Sharepoint opens the door to new possibilities. The amount of visibility and control over storing your companies data on a traditional server in the office is awesome. And it’s built-in to these cloud storage platforms. It does take some effort to get things set up. But the benefits are huge.

Google G Suite Does Microsoft Office 365

Google G Suite Does Microsoft Office 365

Can’t we all just get along? Historically there have been some challenges when sharing documents back and forth between Google Apps and Microsoft Office 365 apps. The most notable of these exchanges has been between Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel. The workflow usually goes something like this. Someone makes a document in Excel and then emails it to a Google Sheets user. The Google Sheets user then opens the workbook in Sheets and makes some edits.

Why Hybrid Clouds Suck

Why Hybrid Clouds Suck

I have the opportunity to work with several businesses and their tech. I work with clients that are 100% cloud. I work with clients that are 100% on site. And, I work with clients that land somewhere in the middle. The Industry for term for it is Hybrid Cloud. Which unfortunately most of the time - means the company hasn’t decided on which way they want to go.