Monday, December 4, 2017

... because cloud computing is a matter of trust

Who wrote a diary in childhood and youth, knows, how rare the really good hiding places are, to protect the little private book. Under the mattress, on the wardrobe or in the locked desk cabinet
       there was no place, where the gem could be reliably protected from mothers’ prying eyes.

Or think about the first passionate love-letters. At least in American blockbusters it was always possible, to place these behind loose brick walls ...

But before you start tapping the wall, looking for a suitable hiding place: The world of today is a bit different than it was in your youth. What formerly used to be the diary is replaced by the customer database of your entrepreneurial life. The pile of love-letters has probably been outstripped by research records, bills and corporate balance sheets.

Nothing that would be safe under mattresses or behind loose bricks.
Even quite the contrary. Because in contrast to diary and love-letters, sensitive data material can really be protected from prying eyes. How? Just by using the cloud

Public, private, hybrid cloud – If you want to protect your data from unauthorized access, various cloud 
concepts can be used. In recent years, the hybrid cloud has emerged for an appropriate model. 
A hybrid cloud is an environment in which companies manage part of their IT resources on premise, 
while other data material is hosted by a service provider.
TeamDrive offers not only cloud services, but a free server choice: Data can be stored only on servers hosted by TeamDrive, on own servers, or on the servers of a selected service provider.
The TeamDrive security layer provides protection over the company's existing infrastructure.

With further security offers, such as end-to-end encryption, zero-knowledge principle and server located in Germany, TeamDrive Systems offers insurmountable security barriers.

That’s how confidence in secure cloud computing is growing.

… because cloud computing is a matter of trust.  

No comments: