If you read our post on business continuity planning , you know that a failed server can have catastrophic effects on your business. What should you consider when it comes to choosing the right server for your business in the first place? The biggest decision is whether to have a Cloud-based or in-house server infrastructure. While it may sound like a black-or-white selection, there are many things to consider. The first factor is how important uptime is to your business. Cloud solutions can be more expensive than an in-house server, but the benefits of being in the cloud can far outweigh the costs for some businesses. For example, an online business that is reliant on web-based transactions will consider uptime an extremely important factor; therefore, they will likely be willing to pay more for a cloud-based solution that can guarantee a certain level of uptime. Other businesses not as dependent on uptime may be more suited to an in-house set up. Pros Cons Gives you physical control over your backup.
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Don’t buy more servers for projects, just use the Cloud
Live Cloud servers are just like at-the-ready servers, just live
From Part 3 of this series you know that we can keep virtual servers at the ready for disaster recovery, but what about a live server? Or even a development or staging server? After using the Cloud for pure data storage, using Cloud servers as, well, servers is one of the most popular uses of Cloud resources. Startups to Fortune companies leverage Cloud computing to expand capacity without needing to find room for another physical server much less having to buy it and maintain it. Disaster recovery and infrastructure as a service IaaS are logical extensions of using the Cloud to just store data. Need a new server to test and roll out a new web-based application?
The reMarkable cloud is a cloud service you can use to sync all your files. The cloud stores up to 8 GB of data, which is the same amount you can store on your device. The reMarkable cloud service is included in the price of the reMarkable paper tablet. You connect your paper tablet to the reMarkable cloud by setting up a reMarkable account. By connecting to the cloud you can access your files in the mobile and desktop application, and import files to your reMarkable. All changes on any platform are instantly synchronized when you're connected to Wi-Fi.
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