When you leave your business at the end of the day, you lock the door, right?Why? So someone doesn’t steal from you!Cloud storage (where you use services such as Dropbox etc) means that your company information is stored on someone else’s computer. Ask yourself this... do you trust them. Is it secure? Can someone break in and steal it? Do you actually know where that information is stored?If you answered ‘No’ to any of these questions, and you still want to adopt ‘Cloud’ computing, you should consider having your own ‘Cloud’, so your datais safe on your computer, no on a machine that could be anywhere in the world.Firstpage were one of the first web companies in Australia, and we don’t believe in just adopting something because it is trendy. We adopt things because they are useful and can make us more efficient.Your business should be the same, after-all, we are all in business to make money. Right?What’s involved?If you have access to fast internet access via Broadband, we can set up a server at your office to deliver information to the people who need it most,when they need it, or if you have spare space on an existing computer, we can often use that! There are a few considerations, but often we can work with what you already have.Don’t have a spare machine? Not a problem. We can use a secure server from a reputable company to store and deliver your data in an encrypted formatso that your information is always safe.
Private cloud computing...With the rapid transition to wireless computingand the use of the ‘cloud’ to store everything, doyou really trust someone else with all your company data?