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You've read all about the benefits and advantages of cloud computing for small business. But now, how do you actually realize the results? Well some business' have gone cloud wholeheartedly, completely removing server hardware from the office and working 100% 'in-the-cloud', not every organization is in a position to follow suit. Maybe you've just recently invested a large amount of capital into new server hardware; perhaps you do not have sufficient internet bandwidth available yet. Regardless of your current situation, there are still a magnitude of solutions available that almost every business can utilize.
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Site-local redundancy isn't enough for mission critical infrastructure or applications. It seems that maybe even more today, the threat of regional power outages, fiber network disruption, or natural disasters grows greater. Savvy enterprise and 'cloud-builders' therefore attempt to ensure minimal downtime by spreading their applications data across multiple 'geo-diverse' locations.
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