Executive Briefings

The Cloud Gives Small Business an Enterprise-Level Lift

Small businesses that want to save money (a major concern during a recession), as well as hassle (a major concern anytime), should look to the heavens--specifically, the clouds. Or rather, "the cloud," that ethereal place on the internet that will eventually supply all our data and computing needs.
The cloud is ready for prime time, says Henry Broodney of InGrid Networks, which has come up with perhaps the first low-cost, enterprise-level system-recovery application/platform for small- and medium-sized businesses.
Usually, it's hard to find sentences in which the terms "small business" and "enterprise level" are used together. The cloud allows that.
Source: News Factor

Small businesses that want to save money (a major concern during a recession), as well as hassle (a major concern anytime), should look to the heavens--specifically, the clouds. Or rather, "the cloud," that ethereal place on the internet that will eventually supply all our data and computing needs.
The cloud is ready for prime time, says Henry Broodney of InGrid Networks, which has come up with perhaps the first low-cost, enterprise-level system-recovery application/platform for small- and medium-sized businesses.
Usually, it's hard to find sentences in which the terms "small business" and "enterprise level" are used together. The cloud allows that.
Source: News Factor