Data Cloud Alliance created to solve modern digital transformation challenges
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Data Cloud Alliance created to solve modern digital transformation challenges

By Duncan MacRae | 6th April 2022 | MarketingTechCategories: Cloud Computing, Collaboration, Companies, Data & Analytics, Digital Transformation, Google Cloud, Google Cloud and many of the fastest-growing data, analytics, storage, and database providers in the tech industry have formed an initiative to ensure that global businesses have more seamless access and insights into the data required for digital transformation. As founding members of the Data Cloud…

Cloud Technology Explained Simply (Examples For those Not in IT & Want to Know More)

Cloud Technology Explained Simply (Examples For those Not in IT & Want to Know More)

For those people who are not in IT, cloud technology can be a bit of an abstract concept. As we do day to day at UnderCtrl we wanted to try and explain cloud technology in an easy to understand manner. Firstly though, it might help to understand what cloud technology is.

What is Cloud Computing?

What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is a common phrase thrown around by IT and Businesses when talking about the latest IT infrastructure developments. If you don’t have cloud you are “behind the times”. These days everything is “in the cloud” – from payday loans to music to accounting software. Almost anything can be cloud based. But what is…

Cloud Storage: Where in the world is your data?
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Cloud Storage: Where in the world is your data?

Cloud storage security should be a high ranking consideration when a business decides to move IT infrastructure to a cloud based model. One of the primary benefits of the cloud is the freedom users have to access data across devices and geographic locations. However, in implementing a cloud based model, it is important to understand…

Cloud services: An appropriate Information Technology strategy for business?

Cloud services: An appropriate Information Technology strategy for business?

In a 2012 survey by Wakefield Research, 29% of respondents referred to actual clouds, the sky or the weather when asked about ‘the cloud’. Only 16% referred to the cloud as a computer network. Fast forward to 2014 and a Gartner IT research paper has noted that although cloud services are more common, understanding of…