Monthly Archives: May 2013

Best Photo Storage and Sharing for Professional Photographers

If you’re a professional photographer, your pictures are both your lifeblood and the most expensive part of your business. Since the size of photos today can quickly fill up even large storage devices, you can easily spend thousands of dollars on external drives and other storage media. In addition to costing more money, managing all that external storage is time consuming and error prone. It’s easy to misplace an important photo just when a customer wants one in a hurry. Sharing photos with clients is also a problem, as it’s usually difficult to email more than one or two photos at a time.

As a professional, you need a backup plan for all your photos in the event of disaster, and making separate copies of everything you own and storing it in another location is costly and time consuming.

Wouldn’t you rather be spending more time with your clients rather than making backups of everything you own? And wouldn’t you rather be making more money off each photo instead of spending it on storage? Online storage and large file-sharing options such as Dropbox can help, but many of these plans lack the security required by professionals. As a professional photographer, you don’t want your photos splashed all over the Internet for everyone to see. To ensure the confidentiality of your clients, you need something more.

Let TappIn enter the picture! Tappin provides a secure and affordable alternative to Dropbox and other online solutions. With TappIn, you can upload all your photos to a secure environment that allows you to easily share large files with your customers for viewing, modification, and selection. mobile-photo-sharing.fwTappin also helps take care of your backup worries and can be part of an affordable and simple disaster recovery plan. In addition, if you need more storage, you can upgrade your plan instantly with a few mouse clicks instead of ordering new storage devices online and waiting for them to show up or wasting your time running to your local bricks and mortar store.

With all that TappIn has to offer, the best part is the price! In addition to being more efficient and effective, TappIn’s prices will be much lower than buying your own storage. The savings in both time and money will make your photography business more profitable and allow you to expand your business or upgrade your equipment. To get started on your savings or to get more information, visit Tappin.com for a FREE 30-Day TRIAL, or call us at 210 308-3267 today!

How to Create Your Own Private Cloud

CREATE YOUR OWN PRIVATE CLOUD WITH SECURE MOBILE ACCESS AND FILE SHARING

TappIn, has partnered with Scale Computing, makers of the HC3 technology platform, the first hyperconverged infrastructure for virtualization and storage. Together, TappIn and Scale now jointly provide secure, mobile access to a complete private cloud environment that is easily managed by IT departments and easily accessed by end-users.

We invite you to learn more about how this partnership can benefit your organization by attending this informational webinar on May 14th: - CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP NOW

IT DIRECTORS WANT TIGHT CONTROL OVER LOCALLY STORED DATA….
yet employees want to access that data from anywhere, any time, and on any device.

With Scale Computing’s HC3 and TappIn, small and midmarket organizations can have both.

TappIn is an Info Security Guides Global Excellence Award winner.  Together with the HC3, TappIn makes it easy for IT Managers to have control AND give necessary endpoint access to locally stored data.

Sign Up for the Webinar Today!

  1. Discover how Scale’s HC3 gives your applications maximum uptime without giving your CFO sticker-shock. It’s roughly 50% less than a comparable VMWare-based architecture and much, much easier to use.
  2. Explore Tappin’s unique feature set and how it makes data stored on the HC3 highly accessible from any device.
  3. Learn how the HC3 and Tappin combination save you time and money while securing your data on-premise and delivering controlled access to your BYOD policies.

A live Q&A session will follow the presentation.

PRESENTERS

Andrew Tull
Vice President of Business Development | TappIn
Andrew Tull acts as Vice President of Business Development for Tappin with primary responsibility for the creation and execution of business development efforts focused on targeted strategic market verticals and accounts. Andrew has over 20 years of experience leading the sales and business development efforts for several organizations in the security-software, technology, and consumer packaged goods industries. He has also been involved in all aspects of account and sales team management, operations, and sales technology for companies that have included Procter + Gamble, Johnson + Johnson, and Net Nanny Software.

Patrick Conte
EVP and GM, Field Operations | Scale Computing
Patrick joined Scale from Azul Systems, where he was the SVP of Worldwide Field Operations. With over 25 years of experience in successfully launching companies into the market from pre-revenue into IPOs and major acquisitions, Patrick has consistently demonstrated strong go-to-market execution and growth strategies.

Alan Conboy
Global Solutions Architect | Scale Computing
Alan is responsible for testing third-party solutions with Scale Computing’s HC3 as part of Scale’s strategic alliance program. He also supports the channel and sales organization as a Systems Engineer. With over 20 years industry experience, Alan is well versed in the needs of the midsize IT generalist.

 

Cloud Storage

Cloud Storage Means Security for Small Business Data

Nearly two-thirds of American companies are using cloud computing for some aspect of their business, according to a survey by Avanade, and that number is increasing by approximately 19 percent each year. If your company hasn’t embraced the cloud yet, or if you have yet to use cloud storage, you’re missing some of the big-company features cloud storage can offer small businesses. The most important of these is security.

How cloud storage means security for small businesses

In addition to being convenient, storing your data online can keep your sensitive client and business information secure for even the smallest business. What can cloud storage offer:

  • Secure access to all digital files. When you store your data on a server or hard drive, your information is subject to hackers and unauthorized access. What’s more: if your computer is stolen or destroyed, your data goes with it. With cloud storage, your data remains intact and your can access it from any computer.
  • Secure mobile access. Mobile devices are notoriously easy to hack. While storing your sensitive sales and client information on your iPad or other device many be convenient, it’ also leaves your company information largely unguarded. Cloud storage offers security AND convenience.
  • Secure file sharing. Unless you’re a one-person business, you likely have sensitive sales data and other information that you share with your mobile sales force or other principals in the company. Security can be an issue with many file-sharing services. With cloud storage, all authorized users can access the information quickly and securely.

Cloud storage offers several levels of security. If your lap tap or company computer system is lost or destroyed in a fire or other accident, your data remains. In addition, your data is protected by a team of IT security professionals, something that is beyond the means of most small businesses when the owner wears multiple hats.

Tappin offers a secure and affordable Dropbox alternative. We feature a variety of cloud storage solutions designed for small businesses, and we use the same high-level security encryption that is used by banks and financial institutions for their Internet transactions. We also use a one-way hashing algorithm that can’t be reversed to protect customer passwords. Content safety is the most important aspect of Tappin products. To learn more about how Tappin solutions can help your business, visit Tappin.com or call our sales department at 210 308-3267.