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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Data deduplication use set to increase 'in a year or so'

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Data deduplication is set to become a popular method of storage for businesses in the future - once initial complications have been ironed out.

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Right strategies should allay cloud computing security fears

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Having the appropriate strategies in place is key for businesses with concerns about cloud computing.

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Cloud computing strategy attractive as cost management method

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Businesses looking to do a better job at managing their costs and their personnel may find cloud computing to offer an "attractive solution", it has been suggested.

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US government looks to the cloud for data storage

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The United States government is looking to implement as many cloud computing solutions as possible in the future, provided there are no issues with privacy and security.

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Cloud computing uptake 'will have little effect on staffing levels'

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The adoption of public cloud-based services will have little effect on levels of employment, it has been claimed.

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Worldwide IT spending to be affected by economic problems

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The worldwide IT spending of businesses in 2010 has been predicted to increase by 3.9 per cent compared to last year, it has been suggested.

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Cloud computing growth 'likely to continue'

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The growth of cloud computing use among organizations is likely to continue, with the service requiring less maintenance and reducing costs.

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GSA focusing on cloud computing security

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Agencies concerned about security when it comes to cloud computing may benefit from a new effort that is to be made by the General Services Admission (GSA).

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Deduplication could help businesses manage information

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Businesses looking to cope with the vast amounts of data that they are now required to store may want to consider using deduplication to effectively manage it.

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USPS® is 'most trusted government organization'

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The United States Postal Service (USPS) has been announced as the most trusted government agency by the premier privacy trust study.

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