Cloud Computing

VMworld 2016 Featured Session: Using NSX for Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

Posted on 09.09.2016 in Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery

At VMworld 2016, John White, Vice President of Product Strategy for Expedient was joined by Thomas Hobika, Director, Service Provider Solutions Engineering for VMware, to present the featured session Virtualize, Secure and Extend Your Data Center to the Cloud Using NSX: A perspective for Service Providers and End Users. The session describes how both service […]

Is ITIL® the Answer?

Posted on 08.05.2016 in Cloud Computing, Server Management

ITIL ITIL®, formerly known as Information Technology Infrastructure Library, began in the 1980s and is a framework for standardizing IT practices and procedures for processes like change management, service-level management, incident management and more. It has gone through many iterations since the UK government initiated it. Today, it is set through AXELOS, a joint venture […]

Bimodal IT: Is it the Right or Wrong Approach?

Posted on 07.15.2016 in Cloud Computing

Bimodal IT Bimodal IT is a relatively new buzzword/term that was coined by Gartner, the technology research advisory company. But what does it actually mean and is it the correct approach to tackling your organization’s internal information technology needs. According to Gartner, “bimodal IT is the practice of managing two separate, coherent modes of IT […]

Healthcare in the Cloud: Is Patient Data Safe?

Posted on 06.03.2016 in Cloud Computing

Healthcare in the Cloud: Is Patient Data Safe? The continuous evolution of the healthcare industry presents unique information technology challenges. Cloud computing is desirable to the healthcare industry because of its cost and strategic benefits, including scalability with reduced capital expenses and more efficient use of IT resources. As a result, protecting the privacy of […]

Private vs. Public Cloud: It’s All About Control

Posted on 04.27.2016 in Cloud Computing

Private vs. Public Cloud Cloud computing delivers infrastructure as a service (IaaS) that can be consumed as an operating expense rather than acquired as an asset. The flexibility of moving from capital expense to operating expense provides organizations with a choice between public cloud and private cloud environment options. Choosing between the two—or taking a […]

4 Ways to Ensure your Business is Always On

Posted on 04.21.2016 in Cloud Computing, Server Management, Infrastructure Availability

Is Your Business “Always On”? Is your business “always on”? Does it require 100% availability and persistent access to data? These requirements have become a standard expectation as users demand 24x7x365 access to their IT environment and applications. Businesses in the era of always on cannot afford to slow down or stop applications for backup, […]

How to Reduce your Risk of a Data Breach

Posted on 03.03.2016 in Cloud Computing

Dedicated Firewall Firewalls act as a secure gateway between a trusted network and other untrusted networks – such as the Internet – and only allows traffic into the network that is approved through the defined firewall policy. Firewalls protect your network and your data. Enhancing your firewall through added security features offers your network even […]

Cloud Service Provider & Customer Relationships

Posted on 01.28.2016 in Cloud Computing, Server Management

Cloud Service Provider & Customer Relationships Data, IT infrastructure and compute environment are the backbone of any business. Therefore when entrusting the management of that to a cloud service provider, you want to make sure you choose correctly. Look for a trusted partner – a company that will truly align its priorities with your priorities. […]

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