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Consider The Pros And Cons Before You Sign Up For A Cloud Service

November 4, 2014

 

As with every other piece of technology, there are advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing, which you need to consider before signing up for a service. Cloud computing is a relatively new technology and therefore, there are a lot of questions regarding the data security technology used and also, about the implications of a potential service outage.

 

Weighing in on the pros and cons of a cloud service

All these concerns about the advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing might not be a deciding factor to an average user, who wants to store some of his media files freely online to be accessed on the go. However, for an organisation or an Enterprise user, the pros and cons of the service are to be concerned, before he starts uploading his content to the data servers.

 

Data portability

Any look at the advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing has to start with the benefits of data portability. This is indeed the main advantage of storing your data in the cloud. The data stored in the cloud servers can be accessed from anywhere in the world. The only  requirement is a computer device with an internet connection.

 

This is indeed very convenient to users, who are using multiple computer devices and cannot be bothered to transfer data from one device to the other, as and when required. By using the cloud service, they can make sure that the data they store in their shared folder gets updated to their cloud account, which they can access easily from any other device.

 

Cost savings

Cost saved from not having to set up your data server is considered a main advantage, especially if you are keeping your data storage needs within the free storage space limits. For a small monthly or annual fee, organisations can store huge amounts of data online, without setting up any data server on their own.

 

Security implications

Obviously, the main concern, when it comes to storing your data on a 24/7 online data server is about the protection for hacking attacks. Only recently did hackers somehow manage to steal data from a popular cloud service online. No matter how well protected the cloud service system is, this will always be considered a serious disadvantage.

 

These are just a few of the advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing, which you need to consider before storing your files online. Choose a cloud account that provides reliable service and good security features.

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