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Category: Cloud Computing

The Emergence of Hybrid Cloud Architectures

A recent study by IDC revealed that 86 percent of enterprises are likely to connect to four or more cloud service providers within the next two years. Why? Because there is real value in a…

Hybrid cloud security demands total network unity

By | January 27, 2015 | Cloud Computing, Hybrid Cloud | [ 0 ]
By Sam Koetter  While more business leaders are accepting hybrid cloud deployments as the optimal choice in data center provisioning, the security challenges that accompany these strategies are still a issue for IT administrators everywhere.…

5 steps to map out a future in the cloud

By John Grady Decision-makers must create a painstakingly thorough roadmap that details a crystal-clear progression away from legacy systems and toward the off-premise promised land. For most of today’s enterprise IT decision-makers, all eyes are…

Executive Leaders Share Hybrid Cloud Aspirations

By Stephanie Hoaglund Across sectors, organizations are seeing first-hand just how customizable and agile their off-premise solutions can be. At the dawn of the cloud revolution, many IT decision-makers found themselves disappointed by the lack…

Send Unified Communications Resources to the Cloud to Maximize Value

By Sheldon Smith The cloud offers a haven of simplicity and power for a converged UC deployment. Communications tools, whether they be physical, digital or somewhere in between, are core drivers of collaboration and productivity…

3 Benefits Of The Cloud For Small Businesses (SMBs)

By | January 5, 2015 | Cloud, Cloud Computing, Hybrid Cloud | [ 0 ]
By John Grady Here are three benefits of cloud resources that are particular to the needs of SMBs. The cloud has received plenty of acclaim and attention in the enterprise landscape, as big businesses leveraging…

Quick Scalability Enhanced With Bandwidth On Demand (BoD)

By John Hanton  BoD ensures that an enterprise network infrastructure is up to the challenges of the burstable cloud usage, and can return to normal after a rush has passed. When it comes to IT…