More companies than ever before have embraced cloud storage. So whether you are in the office, on the road, or at home, you can access your files from everywhere. Not only that, cloud computing provides offsite storage of data, thus ensuring your digital security. When it comes to cloud storage, the big divide is between self-hosted options and major services controlled by large corporations. We’ll dive into the leading platforms to help you decide which cloud storage option is best for your company.
In this post, I will share my opinion on these two operating systems: Windows and Ubuntu. I will point out all the pros and cons of both. I will share some nice tips and tricks that might be handy in your daily workflow which will help you compare them or make you switch to one or the other.
Git is a VCS (Version Control System) which is designed to handle the development and maintaining process of any given collaborative project. It allows developers and project managers to efficiently and easily overview the changes happening in the source of their program, and configure it as they desire. It is the most commonly used VCS in the world at the moment, especially for open source programs.