From Enterprise to Everyone: Five Technologies Now Available to Us All

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Backup and disaster recovery used to be complicated and the province of businesses that had to protect their data. But everyone now has incredible amounts of precious data to protect, such as photos and financial records. Disaster recovery has come to consumers in the form of Mozy, Carbonite, etc. Recent events have made these companies all the more popular and necessary as customers and businesses alike find their private data under threat from natural disasters and power outages.

Technology is always changing and evolving. From the IBM System/360 to today’s MacBook Air, we’ve seen tremendous changes in the way we use and think about technology. Technology itself has become an integral part of our lives and even the most complicated, enterprise-only products of yesterday are becoming readily available to the SMB and consumer. Here are five such technologies, identified by Mobolize, that just a few years ago were unavailable to everyone outside of larger businesses with dedicated IT departments. Today, they’re ever-present parts of our society that many of us can’t think of living without.

 

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