The Cost of Wasted Storage Capacity

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Background According to a large, very well-known and widely respected (but very difficult to quote in blog posts) analyst organization, data center storage utilization has decreased sharply over the last…

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What Is Enterprise Cloud Storage?

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“What is the cloud?” has a pretty obvious answer, right? It’s a collection of applications and services that run on orchestrated, Internet-connected computing environments. Narrow down this definition to “enterprise…

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Challenges MSPs Face as Customers Move to the Cloud

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.

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Practical Benefits Of A Hybrid Cloud Strategy

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.

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How a Multi-Cloud Strategy Can Benefit MSPs

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.

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How MSPs Can Offer Managed Private Clouds To Customers

MSPs have built their businesses on offering a suite of standard IT services to their customers. But now many of those customers have begun migrating to the cloud, and taking advantage of the unique services the cloud model offers. That should be a warning flag for traditional MSPs. With much of their customer base moving to the cloud, those MSPs that don’t offer their own set of cloud-based services in a managed private cloud risk being left behind.

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