Government Agencies Seek Modernization with Hybrid Cloud

Bloomberg analysts report that cloud computing will be the top government IT spending category over the next several years. Most government CIOs say this is a welcome development. In an age of increasing digitization, government agencies are finding it difficult to support their constituents with aging infrastructure.

Are You Confident that Your Cloud Data is Secure?

While early adoption of the cloud was driven largely by a desire to reduce capital expenses and management overhead, organizations are now moving to the cloud for strategic purposes. Users can be more productive because they have the flexibility to access cloud resources, collaborate with co-workers, and serve customers from any device and location.

Cloud Storage, NAS or Both?

The simultaneous explosions of big data and mobility have left many organizations scrambling to figure out the best way to store and protect data. While the amount of data being produced and the number of devices being used has skyrocketed, storage and backup strategies haven’t been able to keep up.

Most Organizations Exceed Their Cloud Budget. Here’s Why.

According to a recent survey from Softchoice, just 43 percent of IT leaders said their organizations have been able to stick to their cloud budgets. The same number confessed to not understanding how to create an effective cloud management strategy. Obviously, if you don’t know how to manage your cloud services, you’ll probably have trouble managing the costs involve with those services.