Have you ever had a mishap with your computer and lost valuable data? So have I. It’s not a fun experience. I’ve lost hours of work, but I’ve also lost images I didn’t want to lose. And it’s frustrating when you can’t afford to have these types of disasters. But having backup solution is the key to not losing your images in the event of a catastrophe. We live in an age where our data is stored all over the place. This is a problem. It’s a problem because we have a lot of different devices with different services, and we store data on them, often for different reasons. That’s why it’s so important to store your corporate images on the cloud. In this blog post, I’ll tell you how and why.
A customer’s perception of a company is largely based on the company’s image. These perceptions are often shaped by the company’s visual assets, such as the company logo, its signage, and its interior and exterior design. The problem is, these assets are often only available in physical form and are not easily accessible to those who are not in the company’s physical location. To make these assets more accessible, additional costs and time for the company are required.
Why you should store photos on the cloud
Digital image storage continues to be an issue for many photographers. Whether you’re storing photos on a hard drive or online, cloud storage provides the advantage of not having to pay expensive storage and bandwidth costs. You can make your photos accessible to as many people as you want and they are always available with a few clicks. The Benefits of Using Cloud Storage Cloud storage offers not just the convenience of managing and organizing your photos but also the security of storing your personal data.
Once uploaded, your photos will be accessible at all times and you’ll be able to access them from any device. With the help of cloud storage, you can store pictures of yours and anyone else’s for whatever reasons you may want.
How to protect your photos
To protect your photos, here are the things you should have in place:
- Passwords. You should never share your passwords with anyone.
- Encryption. This is the ability to encrypt your files and information so no one can read them.
- Backup. This is when you have the ability to save your pictures and keep them in an offsite location to maintain their security. I have seen a situation where a business owner saves everything on their computer. The files go to places such as drive B, C, D, etc., and once the hard drive reaches the point where the files start to be corrupted ,your computer can no longer be used.
Image storage on cloud is inevitable. There’s no escaping the fact. You need to store all your image data in cloud especially if you want to show them anywhere. Cloud storage provides ample resources and platforms for hosting all types of image related content. It’s never too late to start storing your content on cloud. Picha images offers cloud storage of digital media services to companies, Contact us for more information.
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