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The Continued Rise In Cloud-Based Software

Cloud-based software has risen considerably over the last decade, to the point where nearly every business relies on cloud-based services to run parts of their operations. One of the earliest movers in the cloud space was, which aimed to unseat the likes of SAP and Oracle in the CRM market. Today, has revenues of around $3 billion, 10,000 employees around the world, and a range of products beyond CRM.


The rise in the cloud has made software less expensive and more available to everyone. Before, there would be considerable one-off expenses to integrating and deploying a new piece of enterprise software, not to mention all the risk that comes with making the wrong decision. Today, most of the fixed costs are removed, and businesses typically pay a monthly fee depending on their usage. Not only does this make the one-off costs lower, it makes software available to everyone that was previously only available to the biggest of businesses.


Professional Data Recovery in the Philippines that really recovers your data

A few months ago, my hard drive crashed. It’s a WD Elements 1TB drive. I didn’t do anything, I just copied some files, then suddenly it went crazy. It can’t copy any files at all. I have very important important data inside that drive and I don’t have a backup. Because I’m a slight techy, I attempted to recover my data in my storage device using various data recovery softwares.


It has been a busy month

I’ve been busy in the past few weeks doing work. Yes guys, I’m already working here in Singapore as an iPhone app developer. I love programming and I’ve been addicted in developing useful iPhone games and iPhone apps. I almost forgot that I have a blog to update. Good thing I still remember that I have a blog and now, I’m updating it. My social life was almost gone. I never went out with my friends here in SG.

My daily routine is work, then go home, then work again, and go home again to sleep. And of course, I eat lunch and dinner. I only eat twice a day. Unlike before when I live with my parents in the Philippines, I eat 3 meals a day. Now, I only eat twice! I’m on a diet now! Hahaha!