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A couple of weeks ago the Amazon Cloud suffered a massive outage that affected popular online services like Netflix, Tinder, Airbnb, Reddit and IMDb offline. For more than five hours users went crazy saying things like 1/3 of the internet … Continue reading
The benefits of cloud storage seem to far outweigh the risks, making cloud storage an attractive solution for the growing number of enterprises moving business information and customer data to cloud storage. Among the main advantages of cloud storage are drag … Continue reading
Fpweb.net has partnered with Amazon Web Services to combine Microsoft SharePoint 2016 Enterprise on AWS with 24/7 Absolute Support® from Fpweb.net. Fpweb.net has managed 1.8 billion SharePoint logins since 1999. The managed cloud and security services company based in St. … Continue reading
Last week we posted a nifty infographic about managed SharePoint. It includes a section with the top five causes of data loss: 44% hardware malfunction 32% human error 14% software corruption 7% virus/malware attack 3% natural disaster Every organization would be … Continue reading
Comprehensive SharePoint backup services to the cloud or locally for all your collaboration content, managed by the Fpweb.net experts, unburdens your team to work on what matters most. We’ll backup your data from SharePoint 03, 07, 10, 13, 16, SharePoint Online, … Continue reading
SharePoint on Azure, AWS or Fpweb.net’s Cloud? You can easily move SharePoint to the Cloud with Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS or Fpweb.net. But what are the real differences between the three? First you need to examine your business. How are … Continue reading