Cloud Capital Group Partners with e-Cycle

Cloud Capital Group Partners with e-Cycle

Cloud Capital Group Partners with Trusted Industry Leader e-Cycle to Offer Mobile Device Recycling and Buyback Programs

Cloud Capital Group brings e-Cycle’s sustainable, secure, and profitable mobile device recycling buyback program to Caribbean businesses.

Cloud Capital Group (CCG), the Caribbean’s trusted advisor and a leading provider of mobility solutions and cloud services, today announced its partnership with e-Cycle, a global leader in wireless mobile buyback, data security and recycling for businesses.

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6 Things You Should Know About Cloud Computing

6 Things You Should Know About Cloud Computing

To put it simply, the cloud is essentially a virtual network of shared resources. Cloud computing is more than just trendy technology. It can simplify your work habits and change the way you do business. Here are a few things to think about as you consider what the cloud can mean for you or your business.

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5 Risks to Consider When Going BYOD

5 Risks to Consider When Going BYOD

Bring Your Own Device is a popular topic as of late, but is this mobile policy just a trend, or will it be the way of the future? Based on the opinion of some industry experts, this particular IT model, or some form of it, is here to stay. BYOD enables employees to use their personally owned devices for work. With the correct planning and a robust Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution, there are definitely benefits for businesses that officially adopt some type of BYOD policy.

At the same time, any BYOD model will come with some potential risks and every business owner, president, corporate CIO or CEO must be prepared to engage these risks through the development and implementation of IT policies and mobile management solutions.

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The Best Disaster Recovery Plan: a Cloud Backup Solution

The Best Disaster Recovery Plan: a Cloud Backup Solution

What may seem like a no-brainer for larger organizations and corporations, for the small or midsized business, setting up a disaster recovery plan can often be deprioritized in favor of what may seem like more pressing concerns. However, this can be a very dangerous mistake. According to an estimate from the Small Business Administration, 43 percent of small businesses never recover after an IT disaster. This is hardly surprising; if you lose the contents of your customer database, for example, you have effectively lost your entire business. The stark fact is that no SMB can withstand a major data loss, particularly the loss of vital client information.

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Cloud Capital Group Partners with AirWatch

Cloud Capital Group Partners with AirWatch

Cloud Capital Group Brings Advanced Mobile Security Features to the Caribbean with AirWatch’s Enterprise Mobility Management Solutions

Cloud Capital Group partners with AirWatch, and brings the largest Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) provider to the Caribbean

Cloud Capital Group (CCG), the Caribbean’s trusted advisor and a leading provider of mobility solutions, today announced its partnership with AirWatch®, the global leader and innovator in mobile security and the largest Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) provider.

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Getting to Know the Cloud: What are IaaS, SaaS and PaaS?

Getting to Know the Cloud: What are IaaS, SaaS and PaaS?

The cloud is host to thousands of applications and services that add on to an existing business network. The cloud is quickly becoming more popular, because it allows businesses to have enterprise services at a much lower cost than hosting these services internally. With cloud networking, several acronyms have popped up such as IaaS, SaaS and PaaS. Before you jump into the cloud, here is an explanation of the three main services providers offer.

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To BYOD or not to BYOD?

To BYOD or not to BYOD?

To BYOD or not BYOD? A popular trend as of recent, BYOD stands for Bring-Your-Own-Device. The trend was noted around 2009 as Intel realized a lot of people brought their own devices to work. The idea was that because people already had them, they might as well be incorporated into the main network. Naturally, of course, this leads to some issues and complications.

There are several arguments as to why people feel a BYOD approach is beneficial to certain businesses– and with the right planning and implementation, it can be the right policy for your business.

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