Managing and storing data online is pretty much a non-negotiable for businesses today. Cloud-based storage products such as Microsoft’s OneDrive certainly offer a lot to the beginning business owner, but there are definitely things to consider before making this your primary solution—especially if you think you’ll be scaling in the near future.
DefendX CEO, Joe Cutroneo's, Forbes Tech Council Article:
Today, the majority of transactions are conducted via technology. From how we shop to how we work, a good chunk of our time involves hours spent in front of the computer, navigating our way through loads of data. While this undoubtedly has made nearly everything in our daily lives more convenient, it, unfortunately, opens up the doors to more insider threats, and you have to be far more cautious of both the past and present employees who have access to your organization’s system.
It’s not surprising that the ‘cloud first’ mentality has become a common theme in the computer world, as it allows businesses to get their hands on top-rated technology with little effort. Since 2013, several software companies have made it their mission to provide a seamless transition into a ‘cloud first’ way of working. DefendX is proud to be a part of this transition and their flexible options offer more than one way of securing and archiving unstructured data.
Over the past decade, the phrase ‘cloud first’ has become common language among those involved in business technology. The term has developed a definition all on its own and essentially refers to cloud-based technology as being a leader in the industry. It has established itself in conversations regarding IT projects in industries across the board and has most recently become a trend to look out for in 2021.
CHELMSFORD, Mass., Jan. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- DefendX Software, a worldwide leader in the management and control of unstructured file data exceeded revenue expectations with 20 percent growth in 2020 as the company released innovative new features focused on customer convenience. The DefendX growth was fueled by new clients and multiple-year contract renewals.