The IT Executive's Dilemma The world is going digital and at a dizzying pace. For instance, you don’t have to drive long to deposit your checks anymore, now you can do it from your phone. The way we interact with the world is changing, therefore, we expect companies to evolve at the same pace. Companies must transform and embrace new technologies to stay viable, relevant, secure, and competitive.
One of the greatest questions that all IT professionals must answer is: How can I gain a competitive advantage for my business?
What you need to know before negotiating your next IT service contract. Taking calculated risks is something most of us are comfortable doing. We gauge the risk against the downside should everything go south.
Content Delivery Network (CDN) Contract Negotiation Case study
Part of planning any long-term IT infrastructure purchase is establishing a baseline of operations for today and into the future.
Cost Savings Use Cases In today's marketplace, businesses need to be adaptable, scalable, and very conscious of operational expenses, including IT budgets.
Last week StrataCore and the Seattle SIM co-hosted an IT executive panel discussion on the topic of where to put your infrastructure.
Cloud has become a fact of business life for many enterprise companies.
The competitive landscape is changing, and IT departments are challenged to keep up with shifting business needs. It's critical that your infrastructure allows your company the adaptability and scalability needed to be successful in today's marketplace. The problem is - who has time to ensure they are sourcing the best IT solution to fit their business and infrastructure needs?
As a company we have toured and fully evaluated over 200 data centers worldwide.
We presented sourcing tactics for a Sourcing Interests Group webinar last week.
Proprietary software and applications offer businesses obvious advantages: regular updates and fixes, documented security policies and procedures, access to trained support, and dedicated developers and management. Accompanying the rise of cloud computing, however, is increased attention on open source solutions, including OpenNebula and OpenStack.