Tony Pagano

Tony Pagano, CEO and founder of StrataScape Technologies, has over 20 years of hands-on experience in diverse industries such as Education, Finance, Insurance, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, and Cloud Services. Now with StrataScape Technologies, Tony evangelizes highly reliable and elegantly simple Cloud computing strategies and solutions; making Information Technology a tactical and disruptive advantage for their clients’ businesses. Further, he drives to add value to the cloud services being consumed – benefiting cloud service providers through establishment of an ecosystem which will enhance the cloud service and draw customers to it. Tony also believes in “networking for life,” and is always happy to facilitate an introduction or extend any assistance – so share your contact information!
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Small Technology Providers (STPs) — VARs, ISVs, Integrators, And SME Consultants

By Tony Pagano | September 14, 2015

Small Technology Providers (STPs) Continuation from last weeks article. See the article here Here’s the opportunity for little / middle guy.  It’s funny, I’m a big networker and I can’t tell you how many conversations I’ve had with IT folk

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Who’s Ready For The Cloud, And Can Deliver!

By Tony Pagano | September 8, 2015

Cloud Ready In my article last month, I discussed how the managed service provider (MSP) industry has been continuously urged to embrace the cloud, but in the end, could they? I answered the questions by describing several impediments and challenges

Enabling Business Strategies – The Cloud Paradigm

By Tony Pagano | July 6, 2015

The Cloud Paradigm The cloud is not really the final destination: It’s mid-2015, and it’s clear that the cloud paradigm is here to stay. Its services are growing exponentially and, at this time, it’s a fluid model with no steady

Transforming Traditional DevOps To A Modern Cloud-Centric Operation

By Tony Pagano | June 9, 2015

Transforming Traditional DevOps Over the last year, I’ve been hearing about more and more instances of companies asking the question that the title suggests – how do you transform a DevOps process into a more cloud-centric operation? To start, we