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Leveraging Cloud Computing Through Automation

Leveraging Cloud Computing Through Automation

If you can define it, you can have it It’s true. The full potential of automation cannot be fully realized until it is informed and supported by an effective IT service management strategy (ITSM) that encompasses your entire IT environment, as well as business objectives, and corporate policy. Technology and business really can function as

Logicalis US To Software Providers: Embracing The Cloud Can Increase Your Bottom Line

Logicalis US To Software Providers: Embracing The Cloud Can Increase Your Bottom Line

Logicalis US to Software Providers: Embracing the Cloud Can Increase Your Bottom Line Solution Provider Offers Seven Reasons SaaS Makes Good Business Sense NEW YORK, September 2, 2014 – By 2015, experts predict half of all software providers will deliver their applications as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). In fact, SaaS is expected to represent three-fourths of all

How To Get Your Apps Ready For The Cloud

How To Get Your Apps Ready For The Cloud

How To Get Your Apps Ready For The Cloud Unless you’ve just started a brand-new organization, your IT environment is currently running a diverse collection of last-generation and older applications that were deployed with the one-application-per-server approach that unleashed the server sprawl that most organizations are still recovering from. The full potential of cloud computing,

It’s Not Delivery, Its Cloud

It’s Not Delivery, Its Cloud

It’s Not Delivery, Its Cloud Earlier in the month I talked about Bouillabaisse a fish stew or as I called it Cloud Bouillabaisse both are heavily reliant on what you put in it. Building on that food theme (I have to stop writing these blogs at dinner time…) I would like to talk about cloud

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud

Built For The Cloud vs. Adapting To The Cloud It may just sound like semantics, but there is a real difference between something that was “built for” versus “adapted to.” Would you rather buy a house that was “designed for” energy efficiency or one that was “adapted to” be energy efficient? “Built for” describes a