Improve hardware ROI with easier cloud provisioning: Converged infrastructure use case

hybrid cloud environment
August 24, 2016

Did you know that some businesses use cloud seeding – and I do mean actual clouds – to improve business by modifying the weather? It sounds like something out of a comic book, but really it’s much less menacing. Airports, for example, may sometimes do this to reduce fog in the area, and some ski resorts use it occasionally to induce snowfall. Just like these companies who seed clouds to…

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Top factors to consider to transform your business to a recurring revenue model

what is hybrid cloud computing
August 19, 2016

As many organizations look to transform to a recurring revenue model in order to improve revenue predictability and reduce financing stress, there are factors that should be taken into account in order to make a smooth and successful transition. While many understand the economics of hardware, when you move to software it becomes a different story. I believe many businesses, including those who manufacture machines, can move to a recurring…

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Data Breach Summer Shake Down in the Public Sector

Protect your enterprise from a data breach
August 12, 2016

As Washington, D.C. battles a hazy, hot, and humid summer, it also continues to battle a more complex threat – cyber attacks. The public sector is leading a data breach shake down as organizations and agencies look to stop hackers from exposing the United States’ most secure and sensitive data. Planning ahead for a cyber attack In June 2016, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a set…

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How to improve IT operational efficiency and cut costs without sacrificing quality

Efficiency through cloud automation
August 4, 2016

Here’s some information you may already know but haven’t necessarily quantified: buying enterprise software or hardware is not where the spending stops… it’s just the beginning. As a rule of thumb, the cost to manage software is about four times the purchase price of that software per year. For example, if you pay $4,000 for the software, you may end up spending $16,000 per user, per year to manage the…

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