Category: Cloud Migration
3 Major Reasons Why Cloud Migrations Fail
Cloud migration can seem intimidating. Companies can overspend on cloud by as much as 94% in some cases and still not see a smooth transition. In order to save you from overspending and not seeing the results you need, we’re breaking down the three essential steps organizations aren’t taking that are causing their cloud migrations […]
The State of Cloud Computing in 2016
Cloud computing has come a long way in a very short time. Now that we’re halfway through 2016, it’s important to assess where the cloud technology industry is moving and how your company fits into that picture. For your reference, we compiled an update to serve as the state of cloud computing in 2016. Major […]
Microsoft, RedHat and VMware offer attractive total cost of ownership
The competition throughout the cloud industry has resulted in affordable suites for organizations.
IT service providers must embrace 3rd Platform to remain competitive
Vendors in the IT industry must always be prepared to evolve as new technologies rise to prominence.
New Zealand firms jumping on cloud computing bandwagon
Countries such as New Zealand have come around to cloud computing recently.
Cloud-based IaaS market just hitting its stride
Infrastructure-as-a-Service is experiencing impressive growth throughout the global cloud sector.
AppZero focused on improving Windows Server to Azure cloud migrations
Organizations that have not given much thought to life after Windows Server 2003 may find efficient migration solutions from Software-as-a-Service suites.
What lies ahead for cloud computing?
Cloud computing as a whole has evolved over the years, becoming a critical service for organizations in various industries.
RackWare, NEC and Iron Mountain collaborate to improve workload migration
Partnerships have recently defined the cloud computing industry, as major players have formed relationships to improve critical processes delivered through cloud suites.
CIOs who collaborate can make headway with cloud computing
Chief information officers who want to achieve operational functionality not possible with legacy equipment for their organizations should consider using cloud computing to facilitate such change.