(PRWEB) March 18, 2014
Web publisher Online Backup Mag is proud to announce its re-branding and re-launch as CloudWedge.com. Originally founded as a news site covering the online backup industry, it has expanded its content focus to include everything related to cloud computing technologies.
Senior editor Natalie Lerner commented, “We are excited about this opportunity to branch out and expand our former repertoire to cover the whole of the cloud. The cloud computing industry has already started to shape the way we interact with the world, and will only grow from here; we want to cover every inch of this as it unfolds.”
The new CloudWedge.com website has been specially designed to be the primary resource and information center for all levels of cloud users. It provides expert in-depth insights and information to help shape a user’s experience with cloud computing technologies. All of the content on CloudWedge.com is written by an experienced team of technology and cloud experts.
The site publishes daily news and informative posts covering changes within the cloud industry from small startups to big brands such as Microsoft Azure, IBM and Oracle. They also provide detailed analysis into a number of components of the cloud including virtualization, collocation, storage and datacenters. CloudWedge.com also discusses the various aspects of encryption and cloud security, which is a growing global concern. “With all the security breaches that have taken place over the past year, specifically in regard to the NSA PRISM scandal, CloudWedge.com aims to alleviate concerns within the cloud security sector by providing breaking news on new cloud security technologies. These types of scandals will only strengthen cloud security, as cloud startups create new software to prevent external peering,” said contributing editor Eric Silver.
Another exciting new section of the site they have launched been labeled ‘The Wedge.’ This is a more informal blog section that parodies different aspects of the daily life of a ‘cloud geek’. The aim is for readers that work in cloud computing to form a community of professionals by poking fun at themselves. The Wedge is also expected to help make the subject of cloud computing more welcoming to less technical users.