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February, 2014

All businesses, regardless of size, face important decisions managing their information technology. More and more companies are utilizing Cloud services for better and more efficient performance. As data breach issues remain in the headlines, it is important to assess the security and possible gaps that come with a conversion to Cloud data management.  


Hopefully the attached articles can help you in making the right decisions for your business. Please take the time to forward this to a friend or colleague who may find the information useful.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss any of these issues in greater detail. 


Joey Huckaby
Cloud Computing Security Tips


Cloud computing can represent a net gain in data security and system reliability - especially for small businesses with aging computers and data stored on hard drives that rarely -- if ever -- experience a back up.

But that doesn't mean you can take security and reliability for granted. Protecting your company in the cloud requires careful due diligence and planning. Start here with these 10 cloud computing security tips.

1. Identify and Assign Value to Assets

Assets could be include applications such as customer relationship management  (CRM) or accounting; data, including private customer information; or infrastructure such as hosted servers and operating systems.

Benefits of Cloud Services

Cloud computing means moving or extending your business IT systems over the internet, in order to increase the current capabilities, and improve efficiency.

More than just a passing trend, cloud computing has a large number of benefits if you want to manage your IT processes more smoothly, reduce your costs, and safeguard your business against unforeseen disasters.

Here are some of the advantages of using cloud computing technologies:


Time saving


Cloud computing is a time efficient way for small businesses to manage IT. With cloud technologies, you can keep track of what is happening with your business from anywhere, at any time. You can hold virtual meetings, and manage remote employees. Small businesses are increasingly turning to outsourcing to expand their business operations, and keep their costs down.

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