Who owns the data you store online? Is it you or the company storing it? Consider how many times there’s been widespread controversy over the changing terms of service for companies like Facebook and Instagram – which are definitely cloud services – regarding what they get to do with your photos. There’s also a difference between data you upload, and data you create in the cloud itself – a provider could have a strong claim on the latter. Ownership is a relevant factor to be concerned about when it comes to moving your business in to the cloud.
The best solution to keep your business from falling victim to issues like this is to host your own servers allowing your employees to access the data through your very own cloud with a piece of software called Nextcloud. No more guessing who technically owns your data because YOU do!
With one of our Nextcloud servers, and a static IP address from your Internet provider, we can have you up and running in no time sharing your files with employees who work from home or on the road. You can even use it as a secure method of delivering important files to your customers.
Contact us today to see how we can put your very own cloud solution to work for you.
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