Category Archives: Storage

How To Re-engineer Your IT Silos

How To Re-engineer Your IT Silos

How To Re-engineer Your IT Silos To Release The Teamwork Within The technology exists today to implement a fully converged infrastructure that integrates servers, storage, networks and management into a single, flexible, and adaptable IT environment. Among its other benefits, a functional converged infrastructure is the gateway to all the advantages of cloud computing. When

Internap Public Cloud Survey Reveals Performance As Top Challenge

Internap Public Cloud Survey Reveals Performance As Top Challenge

Internap Public Cloud Survey Reveals Performance as Top Challenge for Cloud-Wise Organizations Rise of fast, big data applications exposes price-performance obstacles for organizations using virtual cloud  ATLANTA – January 14, 2014 ─ Internap Network Services Corporation (NASDAQ: INAP), a provider of high-performance Internet infrastructure services, today released the findings of its global survey, which highlight the significant differences in public cloud

Cloud Computing For Businesses: How Much Are You Really Using?

Cloud Computing For Businesses: How Much Are You Really Using?

Cloud Computing For Businesses: How Much Are You Really Using? In the past, think about how companies used to do business. Manpower was one entity that simply needed to be fetched as per necessity from wherever it is available. Whichever industry you work on—automotive, technology, construction, media—you needed to gather critical expertise to work for

Cloud Infographic: Risky Data

Cloud Infographic: Risky Data

Cloud Infographic: Risky Data Regulatory compliance and risk of a data breach are forcing financial institutions to implement more stringent policies and procedures. With the cost of a security breach far outweighing the cost of a solution, the benefits of Single Sign-On (SSO) and strong authentication are too significant to pass up. If you are

A Dark Night For Dropbox

A Dark Night For Dropbox

A Dark Night For Dropbox San Francisco-based file sharing and cloud storage company Dropbox (www.dropbox.com) suffered a major failure on Friday, January 10, 2014, during which many of its subscribers found it difficult or impossible to access their files over the evening as well as much of Saturday. The company’s homepage presented their version of a