Pure Storage recently announced a new Evergreen Storage Service (ES2) claimed to deliver “storage-as-a-service (STaaS) for private and hybrid clouds” for “terms as low as 12 months” with pay-per-use pricing…
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Organizations migrate on-premises storage into a cloud storage-as-a-service environment for a number of reasons. The migration may be mandatory because of a merger or acquisition, in which data from another…
The migration of corporate IT infrastructure to the cloud is accelerating day by day. A survey by 451 Research projects that by 2020 about 60 percent of all enterprise workloads will be in the cloud. But migrating applications and data from a corporate data center to a cloud platform presents a significant challenge.
Following the devastating Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria affecting regions in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, Zadara Storage has dedicated storage resources to help businesses recover. Businesses who have lost their data storage to the destruction of the hurricanes are provided with six months of storage to replace their damaged equipment at no cost.
In today’s computing environment, more and more companies are beginning to work with massive datasets, ranging into the hundreds of petabytes and beyond. Whether it's big data analytics, high-definition video, or internet-of-things applications, the necessity for companies to handle large amounts of data in their daily operations continues to grow.
The face of the MSP (managed IT services provider) marketplace is changing rapidly. Not so long ago the keys to success for most MSPs revolved around recommending or selling the newest and best hardware and software products to their customers. But as more and more companies migrate to the cloud, that approach is no longer adequate.
As more and more companies move to the cloud, one of the first questions they have to answer is which cloud model best fits their needs: public, private, or hybrid. Many are choosing the hybrid model as their best option. The term “hybrid cloud” simply refers to an operational environment that includes both private and public cloud platforms.
Businesses of all sizes are moving to the cloud in ever-increasing numbers. MSPs (Managed IT Services Providers) are recognizing that if they don’t want to be left behind, they’ve got to lead the way. That’s why most successful MSPs today are committed to providing their customers with a comprehensive array of services delivered through the cloud.
The cloud computing model has brought about a fundamental shift in the way businesses seek to meet their IT needs. No longer must companies devote scarce capital (CapEx) funds to the purchase of their own servers, storage, and networking hardware.