We live in an age where the nearly infinite amounts of data from the Internet can be accessed anytime, anywhere and on multiple screens. True personal, mobile computing, however, is hindered by data integration — you need to bring your flash disk or external hard drive with you to access your own files and “data on the go.” This problem is further complicated and amplified when it comes to the data needs of enterprise businesses, where the business bottom-line is directly impacted by effective data handling, access, and storage. Luckily, cloud backup resolves the predicament.

Enter Enterprise Cloud Services

The risks to sensitive and confidential information handled by enterprise-level companies and their employees are as real as they are constant. Data disasters aren’t limited to unavoidable natural calamities and the occasional power failures. Human and technical errors, the top causes of data loss and decay, happen nearly as often as data is accessed, modified, and stored back into databases. This means that businesses are always at risk of data corruption, leakage, compromise, and loss during every hour of operation.

This truth makes organized, enterprise-level cloud backup a greater priority for companies than individuals wanting to make sure personal, precious files are always accessible regardless of time or place or device. Along with complete accessibility for employees, security, data integrity, and insurance against data disasters are top priorities for businesses, and enterprise cloud services attend to each and every one of these needs. Cloud backup for enterprise-level businesses are reliable, secure, and compliant. It not only reduces the risk of data disasters but also makes data recovery easier and more efficient.

And then there are also various advantages for an individual user.

Always In Sync

The modern professional uses a smartphone, a mobile computer, and a personal computer at the office and at home. The modern professional also takes his work nearly everywhere he goes, which means he needs the convenience and efficiency that cloud backup can provide. The cloud syncs all devices and turns them into access terminals, where the data is everywhere and nowhere at once. Physical storage units are no longer needed. The desktop, laptop, tablet, and smartphone are always in sync regardless of their data capacity and actual data stored.

This facet of cloud backup has tremendous implications for both personal and professional computing and data consumption. “The Cloud” has increasingly become a technology and business buzzword for all the right reasons. Its potential and its promise are equally appealing to the individual with personal interests and the enterprise with business assets in mind.

Post contributed by Eric Regan, He loves to see what the world has to offer. He has written for blogs covering various topics