In this short video, Denny O’Connell, Senior VP of Supplier Solutions, discusses Avnet’s newest partner Veeam and how their focus on improving availability and recovery is perfectly aligned with the enterprise needs of IT customers today.
Cloud computing has changed the way customers consume infrastructure and applications, and also the way partners must sell to their end users. This has led to the belief that with the fast growth in moving to the cloud, hardware will also become fast extinct. In this blog by Alex Ryals, director of solutions development, that idea is dispelled as he discusses the key solution components of hybrid cloud, and where exactly hardware fits.
So AWS re:Invent 2015 is over, and has been for almost two weeks now. We’ve had time to digest the announcements, read the recaps, and maybe even try some the new services. Now, it’s time for the last blog on re:Invent 2015 where we talk everything from the BIG announcements and themes, to IoT hand sanitizer stations and Sumo wrestlers….all of which made this the best event yet.
It’s no surprise that today’s enterprise IT manager is making their journey to the cloud and hybrid IT a high priority, board room discussion. But where are you in this journey? What’s the right path for you and your business and how are you taking advantage of the market? Here are 3 ways you can find opportunity in hybrid cloud.
The risk for healthcare organizations isn’t getting any better. In fact, we’re now more than five years into the HITECH and Affordable Care Acts, and the risks are greater than ever.
In this blog, I’ve listed four top security priorities I believe healthcare organizations need to take into account now in order to secure data, and their patient confidence, for the future of healthcare:
IoT is shaping human life with greater connectivity and ultimate functionality through ubiquitous networking to the Internet. But how does IoT differ from machine to machine (M2M)? And is it capable of being more than just smart “things”?
As the Internet of Things continues to gain momentum in business and consumer circles alike, the potential security holes these devices can create are multiplying as well. Here are four things every consumer can and should do to reduce the risk of identity or data theft due to a connected device, whether it be the latest fitness tracker or the family’s trusty networked printer.
The move to cloud computing is being driven by a number of substantive challenges that are forcing business and IT leaders alike to look for new solutions. Here, Alex Ryals, Director of Solutions Development, breaks down the Top 4 as outlined by Tech Target.
In today’s complex and overly technical business world, the importance of multi-layered security in protecting your company’s assets may be overlooked. Today’s businesses, however, can’t afford to ignore the “bad guys.”
Watch how multi-layered security is explained by one chief information security officer to his daughter in this short video.