Tips for controlling cloud spending

While the cloud is a cost-saving tool, your business may end up spending a lot in it if you’re scaling up your business. After all, you'll be using the vast amounts of computing power and data storage space that cloud providers offer — more than any small- and medium-sized business can hope to install in its own premises.

OCR publishes new HIPAA resources for mobile health app developers

In the old days, things like privacy, security, and compliance rarely played a central role in the development of mobile apps and other software. Instead, they were normally tacked on later. Today, however, software developers need to incorporate these features by design and default, and they need to start thinking about them from the moment they start writing the first line of code.

Remote work: How to make it work for you

Even before the global pandemic hit us, the trend toward remote work was already on the rise. Two kinds of remote workers fueled this trend: regular employees whose companies allow them to work from home several times a week, and individuals who strike out on their own as freelancers.

Creating an effective multicloud strategy

Cloud computing has become an invaluable tool for businesses all over the world. The flexibility it grants employees, the accessibility it enables for applications and resources, and the security it ensures for businesses have made it nothing short of a game changer.

Smart ways to manage workloads in the cloud that every SMB should know

If you’re a small- to mid-sized business (SMB), transitioning to the cloud can be daunting. You want to minimize downtime while moving to the cloud, which is why it pays to partner with a managed services provider (MSP) like Online Computers. Our years of experience and expertise guarantee that we can make your transition to the cloud cost-effective.

What have we learned from Las Cruces Public Schools Cyberattacks

Cloud technology has become so integral to running a business that it’s easy to forget how we ever lived without it. Salespeople stream company videos from YouTube during meetings with leads, human resources managers organize company calendars in web browser apps, and almost everyone sends emails from cloud-based inboxes.

6 Essential considerations before migrating to the cloud

There’s a huge amount of enthusiasm around cloud computing as more businesses take advantage of its promises of greatly improved scalability, productivity, and cost savings. But while these benefits are undeniable, particularly for small organizations, it takes time to migrate to the cloud.

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