Podcasts

PODCAST – EPISODE 3: Showrooming, Blockchain, and the Content Your Commerce Site Needs

By Steve Prentice | June 21, 2017

CLOUDTWEAKS PODCAST It’s not your grandma’s SEO. Using content management to promote your ecommerce business is a lot different than it was a mere decade ago. It is more sophisticated and yet more subtle, incorporating outbound messages from all your

PODCAST – EPISODE 2: Trains, Security and AI

By Steve Prentice | April 12, 2017

CloudTweaks Podcast The power of Twitter, the importance of teaming up with a cloud security specialist, how trains are using AI and news about Bitcoin and the Blockchain.  This is a recent interview with Rich Campagna, ‎SVP Products & Marketing at

PODCAST – EPISODE 1: Most Efficient Way To Transport Mega-petabytes Of Data

By Steve Prentice | March 12, 2017

CloudTweaks Podcast Discussing Cloud Security with Zohar Alon, CEO of Dome9. Also what is the fastest and most efficient way to transport mega-petabytes of data? Hint: it has 18 wheels. And our outsider’s perspective from Jeremy Daniel. Contact us for

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Backups And Disaster Recovery Are Not The Same Thing

By Ed Dryer

Backups And Disaster Recovery Most business owners are aware of the consequences of losing data. Much of the value of a modern business is in its data: customer records, analytics, marketing data, product catalogs, bookkeeping and accounting data, emails and

Four Recurring Revenue Imperatives

By Tom Dibble

Revenue Imperatives “Follow the money” is always a good piece of advice, but in today’s recurring revenue-driven market, “follow the customer” may be more powerful. Two recurring revenue imperatives highlight the importance of responding to, and cherishing customer interactions. Technology

How to Improve the Backup Success Rate of Data Centers?

By Cloud Syndicate

Improve Backup Success Rate According to industry analysts, a significant number of backup jobs (from 5 to 25%) are failing across various tiers of data centers. This impacts datacenters heavily on revenue loss, SLA-based penalties, and customer experience. Furthermore, loss

Putting The Service Back In “as-a-Service”

By CloudTweaks

“as-a-Service” The future of cloud computing has often been framed as being a debate between private vs. public clouds, with each model having its own strengths and weaknesses in terms of cost-effectiveness, control and security. The debate should instead focus

Are Leading Tech Companies A Threat To Older Tech

By Sharon Florentine

Leading Tech Companies Almost exactly a year ago, The Informational Data Corporation (IDC) made some pretty bold predictions regarding cloud computing companies and the development of a new high-tech industry in the convergence of social networking, and cloud-based computing and

The Cloud Debate – Private, Public, Hybrid or Multi Clouds?

By CloudTweaks

The Cloud Debate Now that we’ve gotten over the hump of whether we should adopt the cloud or not, “which cloud” is now the center of the debate. It feels like that one multiple choice question on an exam that

How to Transform Your Operating Model for the Cloud

By Jeff Townes

Transform Your Operating Model It can be tough for established organizations to embrace change, so when they start working with cloud-based technology, they’re bound to encounter hurdles. While some companies transform themselves, others lag behind. So what gives? In truth, it’s

5 Ways the Cloud and IoT Have Transformed the Transportation Industry

By Cloud Syndicate

IoT Transportation Industry The Internet of Things has caused many industries to evolve – but few more than transportation. Here are just a few ways it’s changed the delivery of goods. Remember when websites like eBay and Amazon were in

Overcoming the impact of a major disaster on their IT infrastructure

By CloudTweaks

Overcoming IT Infrastructure Disaster One of the least considered benefits of cloud computing in the average small or mid-sized business manager’s mind is the aspect of disaster recovery. Part of the reason for this is that so few small and

Stuck In The Clouds: The Issue Of Data Ownership

By Bob Greenlees

The Issue Of Data Ownership While the immediate benefits of cloud services are typically clear to new users, individuals and businesses alike are becoming increasingly aware of a looming issue: vendor lock-in. As these users amass large amounts of data in

Protect Against Network Failures

Five Things Organizations Can Do To Protect Against Network Failures

Protect Against Network Failures It is no surprise that whenever there is an outage in a public or private cloud, ...
Cloud Migration Strategies and Their Impact on Security and Governance

Cloud Migration Strategies and Their Impact on Security and Governance

Cloud Migration Strategies Public cloud migrations come in different shapes and sizes, but I see three major approaches. Each of ...
Server-less Computing Necessitates A Significant Mind Shift

Server-less Computing Necessitates A Significant Mind Shift

Server-less is More The author of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, Robert Browning, is one of my favorite English poets ...
The Rise Of BI Data And How To Use It Effectively

The Rise Of BI Data And How To Use It Effectively

The Rise of BI Data Every few years, a new concept or technological development is introduced that drastically improves the ...
SD Wan Speeds

Debunking some common SD WAN myths

Common SD WAN Myths There are few buzzwords in the networking world as current as ‘SD WAN’ – and depending ...
The Cure for Cloud Sprawl: Nimble Operationalization in the Multi-Cloud

The Cure for Cloud Sprawl: Nimble Operationalization in the Multi-Cloud

The Cure for Cloud Sprawl Enterprises are shifting to a cloud-first footing. That’s no secret. But just as companies and ...