The IT Executive's Dilemma
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?
We presented sourcing tactics for a Sourcing Interests Group webinar last week.
As health care providers look to move their data storage to the Cloud, the importance of maintaining protection over that data grows.
VMware recently announced two initiatives intended to promote its datacenter virtualization leadership. The first is compatibility with the Open Source Cloud framework OpenStack, and the second is a new partnership with hardware providers to build an easy-to-use, scalable, datacenter-in-a-box. Both are expected to be available soon and will enhance the functionality of the virtualization giant’s already powerful set of software tools.
Below is an example of a recent MPLS consulting and sourcing project we worked on with one of our valued clients. It's a great example of how we can save our clients time, money, and headaches.
Health insurance and related guidelines set forth in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) are widely discussed topics these days. While individuals are gaining health insurance, switching providers, or debating the merits of the Affordable Care Act, businesses are focusing their attention on ensuring that they meet HIPAA guidelines.
While most businesses recognize the importance of having a disaster recovery (DR) plan in place, many do not invest in the kind of comprehensive protection they need. The reason for this is simple: cost.
There can be several benefits of collocating your data with a Managed Services Provider, or MSP. By allowing your data to be housed off-site, so to speak, it gives businesses many benefits, including stronger security, easier access to data, and room for the company to grow. Collocating data is also very cost-effective for companies. An MSP generally charges a monthly fee to manage the data, compared to fluctuating costs for a company to manage files on their own.