You’ve made the first step in protecting your peace of mind when away from home by purchasing a security camera. But once it’s installed, how do you store all the footage that’s being captured? Just like the hundreds of snapshots you take with the camera you bring on vacations, finding a place to unload all that data can be the trickiest part of planning your at-home security system.
Though the cloud is becoming the number one option for businesses and even general consumers, there is still a lot of mystery surrounding how it works and what it offers. To clear up confusion and make sense of the sometimes frustrating terms, here are the most common cloud computing questions and their answers.
Business is one of the most dynamic career areas to be involved with. There are always new concepts like market automation coming out and changing the current paradigm. Marketing automation is the notion that you can and will leverage the power of your computing systems in order to set your website and other online properties up to automatically respond or analyze a marketing promotion or a sales contact.
As the Internet continues to become populated with e-commerce sites, it’s becoming more and more difficult to generate web traffic, leads, and ultimate the sales for your website. Further, as the competition amongst web stores continues to increase, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to grab one’s parts of their desired market.
While a lot of industries in the tech field seem to be slowing down (see smartphones and tablets for a good example), there is one industry that seems to just be getting started. Home automation. It may seem strange that while we have had iPhones in our pockets for almost 10 years now, we are just now getting around to building in similar technologies in our homes.