In this month's Tech Update, we discuss Why Your Data May be Better Off in the Cloud.
You'll find our monthly K2 tips, which include two Excel tips - Using Search Filters in Excel 2010 and Creating an Excel Chart with Conditional Formatting - and a tip on Creating New QuickBooks Data Files from Templates.
We have news about Google Entering the Cloud Storage Market, Apple Security, and Microsoft SkyDrive Pricing.
This month we spotlight two of our new courses for 2012 - Excel Reporting - Best Practices, Tools and Techniques and Excel Tables - Revolutionize How you Work with Excel, in addition to a course that is a combination of our popular courses from last year - Small Business Internal Controls, Security, and Fraud Prevention and Detection. And don't forget to review the new webinars being offered in May.
|Why Your Data May Be Better Off in The Cloud|
As more and more cloud-based data storage options materialize, the questions surrounding data security and privacy in the cloud continue to surface for both those who are considering storing personal data in the cloud and for those who are considering using the cloud as a storage location for business data. Will my data be secure? Will employees at my cloud provider be able to see my data? Will I conflict with compliance mandates if I store data in the cloud? While each of these questions - along with others not printed here - are issues that you must address before storing data in the cloud, in many cases you will find that your data is more secure in the cloud than it is stored on local drives.
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