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With so much talk about the cloud, how do you know if the time is right to focus on a migration strategy for your business? Hosting, for instance, is a popular focus for those wanting to make a change. Are there benefits to moving your in-house hosting to the cloud? We found a few that may make you want to consider cloud hosting.
Today's workplace is undergoing a massive transformation. Changes in technology, the rising prevalence of mobility and an increase in the number of workers embracing bring your own device (BYOD) are forcing organizations to rethink the way they conduct business and employee relations.
A new managed cloud hosting partnership has been announced that will facilitate legal e-filing and service delivery. File & ServeXpress, which provides services for the secure exchange of legal documents, has selected Logicworks for managed cloud hosting.
The recently unveiled Splunk Cloud is a new service designed to deliver the power of the Splunk Enterprise as a cloud service.
Ravello Systems, a provider of Cloud Application Hypervisor, announced it has been selected by Colabo, a provider of predictive analytics solutions, to enable agile application development and test infrastructure.
IT departments play the most important role when it comes to how and why businesses use technologies. With so many solutions out there, IT managers have their work cut out for them, but the one technology that is fueling IT spending is cloud computing.
About eight years ago my husband and I set up our disaster recovery plan for our home network. (Yeah, we're geeky but smart like that.) At the time, we considered using a cloud-based disaster recovery solution, but the market was still not mature enough and we settled for cold storage off-site backups by hard drive.
How times have changed.
As the cloud continues to get more attention for its ability to support low cost applications and streamlined business operations, cloud hosting is also gaining more attention. This increase in demand is contributing to the growing number of opportunities for vendors with the right solutions. Datapipe is staking its claim, earning a place on CRN's Fast Growth 150 List.
Global provider of managed services and infrastructure for outsourced IT and cloud computing Datapipe expanded its reach in Asia recently with new data center facilities and business offices in Singapore. The company established its presence in the region back in 2005 when it launched Datapipe Asia in Hong Kong, later making its way into mainland China with data center facilities in Shanghai.