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What are the benefits? I’ve mentioned spreadsheets, but you can store data in the cloud as well. As are many other functions. No risk of someone trashing your PC and LayerOnline the loss of invaluable material. Well – good, working word processing is available at no cost.

Sadly, Information is not readily available about the owners on the company’s website; however, I am fairly certain that this is the same Todd Hirsch who founded Cloud2x2, since xSky is one of the products offered. He is the CEO of xSky LLC a company that sells contact management software (one of the products offered by this company). After really searching Google, LayerOnline I finally found a profile on LinkedIn for Todd Hirsch of GA. The founders of the program are Todd Hirsch & Mike Lavoie.

They’re still using internal backup software and LayerOnline saving stuff to hard drives, DVDs and even, LayerOnline in some cases, tapes. That’s because in 2010 small businesses are wary about online services. It’s just that, LayerOnline for 50 bucks a year, Rich is adding an extra layer of protection to his clients’ backup procedures. None of this seems to be going away. It’s still pretty new to us–like ordering sushi at the Chinese restaurant. Gordon’s clients, like my clients (and like my company) are still backing up their files the old-fashioned way. Nothing’s foolproof, LayerOnline but at least he’s got a little more comfort that if a client’s internal backup software fails, there’ll be a good offsite backup safely stored in the cloud backup.

Currently Facebook limits the amount of friends you can have on your Profile Page. Reason 3 – You can have unlimited amounts of Fans. But with a Fan Page you can have an unlimited amount of people be fans and followers.

Have I mentioned anything about the ads? 50 GB of storage is great, but there are ads. Everything to do with MediaFire is ad-supported and with the free account there is no way to escape it. Good strategy to get customers to pay a little? So if you are the type of user who may upload something once and just forget about it, the files are likely to have disappeared the next time you log in. The other facet that has to be factored in to the free account option is that your files are subject to be removed due to inactivity. And then there are more ads.

cloud backup The ‘cloud’ is just a term for the Internet system of connected computers. In other words a document stored in the cloud can be accessed from work, home, school, or from a vacation spot anywhere on Earth. Once you are attached to the cloud you have access to an enormous amount of resources around the world. It is also helpful in insuring you have access to documents and files no matter where you are physically. This can be a big help in increasing the capacity of your storage and not having to save all this to your local drive.

With a cloud based application most of these tasks, LayerOnline with the exception of customization and training, LayerOnline are now assumed by the software vendor. This is where we go to the client’s place of business to fix problems, install patches, upgrade systems and perform customizations and training. Just like when someone buys a life insurance policy the customer service is handled by the home office in Omaha or somewhere like that. It also reduces the revenues we receive from onsite services too.

Now with the cloud you have no more excuses. I’m not saying you need to backup every last shred of information, just the critical data that matters to your business survival. With cloud data storage running at about $1 per gigabyte there’s just no reason to ignore backup.

Sadly, Information is not readily available about the owners on the company’s website; however, LayerOnline I am fairly certain that this is the same Todd Hirsch who founded Cloud2x2, since xSky is one of the products offered. After really searching Google, I finally found a profile on LinkedIn for Todd Hirsch of GA. He is the CEO of xSky LLC a company that sells contact management software (one of the products offered by this company). The founders of the program are Todd Hirsch & Mike Lavoie.

So you don’t even need to worry about it. This leads me to the point that cloud storage is an excellent way to backup your data. In most cases, depending on your provider, it all happens automatically. The days of backing up to external hard drives are not quite behind us, but with internet access speeds continuing to increase year by year, LayerOnline backing up data to the cloud is definitely going to be the most common approach in the future.

So while the cloud can provide unique services that can be used on multiple computers from almost anywhere, I recommend just a bit of forethought and caution before using these services and for all users to check out the companies end user agreements so that they will know beforehand what risks they may be taking.

Sure, I’ve got ten people and many hundreds of paying clients. And there’s some intangible goodwill for my existing customer list. We sell service hours in blocks of time. Our clients are not contractually committed to continue working with us. And that’s not a very attractive option for anyone. If someone wanted to buy my firm, the only value besides cash and LayerOnline receivables is…short, balding, paunchy…me. There are no long term contracts. But we go from project to project. Because today, my business really isn’t worth anything.

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