How to choose the right cloud service?

Using the public cloud brings incredible advantages to businesses and consumers all over the world. However, with an increasing amount of cloud services available to the public, choosing the right service for you might be a intimidating task.

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Leitz Cloud by vBoxx introduces new features at CeBIT

Our partner Leitz is currently in Hannover, showcasing Leitz Cloud by vBoxx at CeBIT, one of the most important events for digital business. The international conference hosts more than 3,000 exhibitors and receives around 200,000 visitors per year.

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Leitz Cloud by vBoxx at the International Craft Fair

Leitz is currently participating in the international craft fair in Munich, Germany to continue the introduction of Leitz Cloud by vBoxx. Leitz and vBoxx came together in 2016 to announce a robust cloud service for businesses in the German market.

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Amazon Cloud Service outage causes trouble across the internet

Amazon recently had problems with their datacenters, affecting users all around the world. Many websites reported several issues. Some were inaccessible, and others could not load images properly. Platforms, such as Trello, Quora, IFFT all appeared to be offline during the outage.

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Why flexibility in cloud services is key to success

Cloud Computing is inherently a flexible IT solution, businesses have access to storage and software that scales in real time to meet their needs. This makes cloud services a cost-effective strategy for companies all over the world.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook, right, and PayPal founder Peter Thiel, center, listen as President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with technology industry leaders at Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump, Net Neutrality and Cloud Computing

In January, Tom Wheeler, then chair of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), left with a warning. Businesses could lose their choice of cloud services and applications, if Trump’s administration rolled back net neutrality rules.

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