Originally posted @ Gigaom Research 8/18/14
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Could they? Could it be out of Vogue to operate your own data center? Current
developments in Corporate Social Responsibility and a maturing data center
marketplace are starting to drive these changes.
For many, this could be a discussion about the pink elephant in the room.
Data centers have been, and continue to be a requirement for businesses
around the world. We rely more heavily every day on systems and the
applications they run. Those applications run on servers and use storage
subsystems; all of which are connected with networking devices. Collectively,
we call this the “... (more)
I speak with a number of Business Leaders, CIOs, IT leaders and IT staff
about this very issue. The subject of IT Transformation is one that keeps
coming up. Yet, it seems as illusive as it is alluring.
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The technology (specifically IT) world is becoming more complex and
challenging every day. I speak with a number of Business Leaders, CIOs, IT
leaders and IT staff about this very issue. The subject of IT Transformation
is one that keeps coming up. Yet, it seems as illusive as it is alluring. The
prospect that it could bring is enough motivation for many to try... (more)
Between natural disasters like Hurricanes Sandy and Irene or man-made
disasters like the recent data center outages, disasters happen. The question
isn’t whether they will happen. The question is: What can be done to avoid
the next one? Cloud computing provides a significant advantage to avoid
disaster. However, simply leveraging cloud-based services is not enough.