The main objective of cloud computing is, undoubtedly, interconnectivity between multiple devices via a securely accessed network. This facilitates rapid global communication at incredible levels of security. Wirelessly connecting to the cloud through tablets, mobiles and such other devices implies that access to stored data is not restricted to the desktop alone.
Our Guest Blog today comes from Kimberley Laws who is a freelance writer, avid blogger, and lover of big words. She loves to write about a plethora (one of her favorites, right after anti-disestablishmentarianism) of topics including custom cars, travel, pop culture, food, and Rick Bolander's Tumblr. You can follow her neurotic musings at The Embiggens Project and Searching for Barry Weiss.
Our Guest Post today comes from Robert Bellovin, an Editorial Coordinator at Software Advice. Instead of writing a traditional Guest Post for us, Robert did a Q&A with Software Advice's Craig Borowski on how to make sure your VoIP system continues running if an issue with the internet occurs.
This week's Guest Post is from Michelle Patterson who is excited with the new technologies that are threatening to change the way we stay in touch and communicate, particularly in business. She works with companies that are introducing these technologies to make understanding them easy for regular people.
Today's Guest Post comes from Linda Allen. Linda is a public relations specialist with Bluefire PR who covers business, banking and finance.
Our Guest Blog today comes from Demetrius Turner, the self-proclaimed king of billiards in Nashville, TN. Through helping out with his brother’s small business ventures, and being a techie, Demetrius has become an expert on cloud computing and frequently writes on behalf of WhichVoIP.com. When he is not sinking shots and calling pockets, Demetrius can usually be found reading various tech and business blogs at his laptop.
When a website gets bombarded with traffic the common occurrence is that said site crashes, thus preventing any access. When orchestrated by an individual with malicious intentions, this is referred to as a denial-of-service, or DoS, attack. A DoS attack is defined as “an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users.”
Our Guest Post today comes from Nick Nielson, the Outreach Coordinator at WhichVoIP.com. The infographic below was created to show the different types of telephony setups, with a focus on VoIP, that are commonly used in the business environment.
Our Guest Post today comes from Kimberly Lang. Kim has been to Europe, South America and Asia more than a dozen times. She loves to write about travel and emerging international tech trends.
Our Guest Post today comes from Chloe Trogden who is a seasoned financial aid writer and a major contributor at http://www.collegegrant.net/. Her leisure activities include camping, swimming and volunteer work.
Today our Guest Post comes from Mariam Thomas who is a tech savvy blogger and writes useful posts about IP based communication systems for enterprises.