Cloud Adoption: Strategy vs. Reality

Myths About Migrating to the Cloud Myth 1: Cloud Bursting One of the original highly publicized use-cases for public cloud was bursting. The story made sense: as your demand for compute increased, you would use the public cloud to increase the capacity of your private infrastructure. Like so many good … READ MORE

Vladimir Mandic September 21st, 2016

Data Sovereignty in the Cloud

The requirement to comply with data protection and privacy laws, like the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDRP) and Australia’s privacy laws, drive the need to evaluate where enterprise organizations are storing their data in cloud data centers. If your organization hosts your own data centers, this can be challenging … READ MORE

Mat Hamlin September 20th, 2016

Why Do I Need Endpoint Protection?

When I was a kid my parents would always ask, “David, why do you need an Xbox?” or “Why do you need this new game?” As a kid, it was sometimes hard to come up with a valid reason why I needed a new game or gaming device. Now that … READ MORE

David Tye August 22nd, 2016

5 Reasons to Consider Cloud-Ready Storage

With proclamations of 2016 as the year of all flash storage, you may be tempted to think flash drives are the main consideration when choosing a storage array. However, a storage array has a variety of attributes that influence the purchasing decision, including a trusted brand, interoperability, availability, copy services … READ MORE

Nicos Vekiarides June 27th, 2016

Road to Efficiency, Part 2

As business look at cloud adoption, the question is, “What is the cloud good for?” Yes, the cloud can be efficient and elastic, but what would be its real use in complex environments? A different way of looking at the road to the cloud is by considering where your data—both … READ MORE

Vladimir Mandic May 16th, 2016

What can SaaS do for you?

Today’s business owners face the constant challenge of reducing costs yet at the same time driving increases in revenue. One way a business can reduce capital expenditures is by utilizing SaaS applications. Not familiar with SaaS? Gartner defines software as a service (SaaS) “as software that is owned, delivered and managed remotely … READ MORE

David Tye April 4th, 2016
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