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Cloud vs dedicated hosting
Both cloud and the more traditional forms of dedicated hosting offer unique features and benefits. But which hosting solution is right for you? This report aims to guide you through the critical points that will enable you to gain a competitive edge through the correct deployment of technology.
Cloud confusion reigns - how to avoid a cloud disaster
With so many contradictory messages surrounding the merits and vulnerabilities of the cloud, many people are confused and unsure about the best way forward for their business. Find out more about cloud hosting and the types of cloud available in our report and avoid your own cloud disaster.
Cloud security - everything you need to know
Is your data secure in the cloud? Understanding the vulnerabilities of the cloud hosting will help to ensure that your critical business data isn't exposed. Download your free cloud security report now and find out everything you need to know to protect your greatest business asset.
One minute guide - eliminating online threats
Cybercrime cost the UK economy £27 billion in 2011, this online threat does not only result in a loss of revenue, but also a loss in consumer confidence. With 90% of UK businesses affected by cybercrime in the last 2 years, it is essential to protect your clients from online attacks. Find out how to eliminate online threats now.
Data security protecting your profits
Is your business at risk of an online attack? Everyday another news story is published about yet another business affected by cybercrime. Statistics show that 74% have been affected by cybercrime in some way, and that 42% of those attacks have resulted in financial losses. Understand the risks and take a proactive approach to your online security.