Monthly Archives: May 2014

How Data Centers Control Internet of Things Risks

hand holding cloud icons, isolated A new day is dawning in the world of technology. While we may not yet live the Jetsons’ lifestyle we were promised in cartoons, technology is evolving at a rapid pace in which many businesses are struggling to keep up. More importantly, it’s posing new risks businesses are ill-equipped to guard against. The term “Internet
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Why the Cloud is a Safe Place for Your Data

Blog image_5-20 Cloud computing has created a variety of benefits for businesses, including greater flexibility, reduced IT costs, and more efficient use of resources. Unfortunately, storing data in the cloud can also raise a lot of security concerns, and these concerns are frequently cited as one of the main reasons that companies that have not pursued cloud
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Is a Software-Defined Data Center Right for Your Business?

Blog image_5-13 Software-defined data centers bring powerful analytic and storage options to businesses of all sizes without requiring companies to invest in difficult-to-maintain, onsite hardware or numerous high-value technical staff resources. Effectively, software-defined centers are virtualized, reducing costs and hassles for companies. Moving from defined hardware to cloud-based servers isn’t the right choice for every business, though.
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How to Build the Next Generation of IT Professionals

Blog_image-5-6 In American schools, the need to encourage the next generation of IT professionals is clear. The economic power of the United States is built on the quality of education that its students receive. Statistics clearly indicate that the level of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education being offered in the United States today fails
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