As organizations move their systems, applications and data to the cloud, an SLA (Service Level Agreement) with the selected cloud services provider should be considered to guarantee the maintenance of a minimum level of service. A cloud SLA ensures that the cloud providers meet certain enterprise-level requirements and provide an organization a clearly defined set of deliverables. Consider that cloud infrastructure can span geographies, networks and systems – both physical and virtual.Read More
As shared in an earlier blog, businesses review the types of cloud offerings available. This is the second installment of a two part blog series where we will finish providing common questions and answers to about the similarities and difference between the public and private clouds.Read More
With the abundance of secure data storage options available, you no longer need to keep years of data on-premise any more. Depending on your business needs, you can easily find a solution and provider to support your company’s goals and have access to your data as needed. Prices vary but there are affordable choices to match all budgetsRead More
The Cloud is a nebulous phrase that since it's naming in 2006 by Eric Schmidt, Google CEO, has lead to many head scratches and blank stares. "What is the cloud" gives over 3 million search results, and every single one is a different definition. For our followers, we will risk the potential witchhunt and define the 'cloud' in a reasonable, common sense way. So what who cares? Cloud business is expanding so rapidly that market projections show a shift in over $1 trillion in spending. It's a big deal.Read More
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