The recent years have introduced us to a countless amount of new technologies, new hacks, all in one way or another meant to improve, ease or brighten our lives. Starting with know-it-all Google, ending with a phone that fits a camera, calendar, calculator and basically whatever you want in your pocket, we have been able to witness some breakthrough innovations.
Companies considering cloud based business models are always concerned about security and privacy. Two issues that we consider extremely important. This is especially relevant taking into account that cloud services are expanding and being adopted more frequently.
It is undeniable that cloud computing has a tremendous impact in delivering greater business flexibility and at times lowering IT costs. While we see more companies joining the Cloud, Cloud computing and Cloud data security is still often questioned and under scrutiny.
At vBoxx we know that branding is important for your business. Whether we are talking about internal or external branding, we know that it is a powerful tool to reach out to customers and contribute to a consistent brand experience at all fronts. vBoxxCloud is a unique Cloud service. Its versatility makes it different from other Cloud offerings presently in the market. Today, we will emphasize one in particular, branding.
Consumerization of Cloud Services is not a recent concept, but it is one that has significantly changed the workplace environment. With the expansion of Cloud Services, IT consumerization is becoming more prevalent and today we witness a blend of personal and business use of technology. Whether we are talking about technology devices, applications or Cloud services, this has serious implications on how effective businesses can be.
Consumerization of Cloud Services as discussed in Part I has changed the workplace and it’s shaping how companies view Cloud Services. Today, we highlight issues that come from using consumer grade solutions. The rapid expansion of cloud services during the last two to three years brought many challenges for companies. In particular, managing sensitive information became more difficult.