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Cloud Keeps Miami Businesses Running During Disasters

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Naples, UNITED STATES: Palm trees at a hotel bend in the fierce winds, 24 October, 2005, as Hurricane Wilma slams into Naples, Florida. Hurricane Wilma pounded Florida with torrential rain and some of the strongest winds in its arsenal early Monday as it came ashore in the southern US state, threatening death and destruction. An Air Force reconnaissance plane measured Wilma's winds at 193 kilometers (120 miles) an hour, slightly weaker than when it made landfall, but still making a strong category three storm. "It made landfall at 6:30 (1030 GMT) at Cape Romano," Eric Blake, an official with the National Hurricane Center, told AFP.Cape Romano is about 32 kilometers (20 miles) west of Everglades City, Florida. Landfall marks the official arrival of a hurricane's when the center of its eye reaches land. Quiet usually reigns in the eye of such a storm, with no significant winds, which resume with a vengeance with the back wall of the eye hits land. AFP PHOTO/Stan HONDA (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

As a Miami-based small business, you may think that the best strategy when it comes to moving your technology to the cloud, is to put it off until it seems less scary. The truth is that moving to cloud takes some consideration and planning. However, one area that you may consider as a starting point is a hybrid cloud Business Continuity solution.

This brief article will take a look at some of the added benefits that a back up and disaster recovery (BDR) and business continuity solution, based on a Hybrid Cloud Backup, can deliver to your small business.

4 Reasons for a Hybrid Cloud Business Continuity

  1. Security: With a hybrid solution, your organization’s essential data is backed up locally and then an additional backup is replicated off-site, providing additional data security. Then, your in-house data is protected by redundant sets of information with the local device being the first line of defense.

In most cases, three distinct copies of each of your file exist – on the workstation or server, on a local device, and in the public cloud. In addition, encrypted files are stored off-site are available in case an unforeseen event, like a natural disaster, occurs. This should give you and your organization the peace of mind to know that your data is always accessible no matter what the circumstances

  1. Storage: Your organization also benefits from local storage flexibility, addressing a key concern that many small businesses have with a hybrid cloud solution.

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Webhosting.net Leader in Miami Web Hosting Solutions

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miami web hostingWe live in the age of technology, plain and simple. Everything we do is somehow aided by technological devices in one way or another. We use laptops, cell phones and other various electronics for leisurely purposes, and even more often for business. When it comes to using said devices in a business setting, it is important to have a reliable and easy-to-use web hosting plan. Owning a business usually means that you have a website up and running. In order to create a professional and manageable web presence on the internet, you need a stable webhosting plan. If you’re looking for a Miami web hosting solution, Webhosting.net is your best bet.

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The Many Benefits of a Miami Datacenter

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A datacenter is a hub that houses the technology infrastructure of many companies.   It is often a massive collection of hardware and software components capable of storing and processing enormous amounts of data. Network operation engineers work behind the scenes to ensure that the intricate systems used to process, store and protect business data are all functioning smoothly.  The optimal location of a data centre is in a place with a well-developed fiber optics network and generally strong network connectivity.  A Miami datacenter has long since been regarded as a strong candidate among IT professionals due to its strong networks and proximity to the South American market.  The unique positioning of a Miami datacenter combines the security and simplicity of U.S. protocols and standards with the geographical proximity to the growing Latin American markets.

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