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Mark Kirstein

IT Pros Can Now Deliver a More Streamlined, Cost-Efficient Migration of Microsoft Teams

IT Pros Deliver a More Streamlined Migration of Microsoft Teams In the modern workplace, the ability for employees to collaborate and engage with each other ...
Beth

First Things First. What Are Microservices?

Innovation with Microservices Microservices are an engineering approach and architectural style of computing that is becoming extremely important for organizations wanting to innovate through a ...
Sumo Logic

The Case for Microservices Sprawl at Sea

Microservices Sprawl at Sea Why would anyone want to talk about microservices when they can talk about cruise ships? Taking a cruise is a popular ...
Sumo Logic

The Loosely Coupled World of Microservices Management

Microservices Management Loosely coupled. This term appears frequently when describing microservices architecture, but is it a term that can be applied with equal gusto to ...
Torsten

Five Ways to Secure Access to Web Workloads

Secure Access to Cloud Workloads Organizations are increasingly moving their workloads to the cloud to achieve greater agility, flexibility, and cost savings. That’s a major ...
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Mark Casey Apcela

Why CloudHubs are an Important Ingredient to Optimizing Performance of Cloud-based Applications

By Mark Casey | May 6, 2019

CloudHubs – Optimizing Application Performance It may seem hard to believe, but even in this day and age, there are still some enterprises that are cloud-averse. For whatever reason, they are hesitant to have their applications or data in the

Christian Buckley

The Evolution of SharePoint Customization

By Christian Buckley | April 10, 2019

When I started working with SharePoint back in 2005, deploying WSS 2.0 followed and then SharePoint Portal Server 2003 for a large client, the concept of “customization” as we define it today was not really part of the SharePoint vernacular.

Karen Gondoly

Lessons Learned When Moving to the Cloud

By Karen Gondoly | April 1, 2019

Moving to the Cloud Lessons At Leostream, we work with organizations around the globe that are moving workloads to the cloud. These organizations span a wide range of industries, vary in company size, and typically have very different motivations for

Kayla Matthews

What You Need to Know About Google's New AI Board, Coral

By Kayla Matthews | March 20, 2019

Google’s Coral Dev Board Thanks to the Rasberry Pi, tech enthusiasts quickly got accustomed to single-board computers (SBCs). As the name suggests, they’re complete computers built on single circuit boards. Due to their small size but full functionality, SBCs make

Hamza Seqqat

The Benefits of Virtualizing SD-WAN and Security

By Hamza Seqqat | February 26, 2019

Benefits of Virtualizing SD-WAN As more companies adopt SD-WAN technology to enhance the agility of their networking architecture, they must give strong consideration to how and where to apply security across the network. There’s no “one strategy fits all” in