When most of us think of “Cloud” in the context of “Disasters”, we see opportunity. Cloud storage offers us a geo-redundant landing platform where we can place data to achieve far greater resiliency at a much lower price point than most organizations can achieve on their own. For most of us, “Cloud” means . . . → Read More: Cloud Chaos: Nirvanix Shuts Down
Ask a cloud question to an IT vendor and then brace yourself for the over-zealous spew of hazy cloud jargon that is as laden with product as it is light on detail. With vendors being the chief educators of IT executives, it is no wonder businesses are more confused on what cloud is and . . . → Read More: You Can’t Automate Chaos: Why Cloud is the Last Thing You Should Do
One of the lesser known stories of NetApp’s earnings report this week is that they have completed the acquisition of ionGrid; mobility software that allows corporate users to access internal documents securely on IOS, and soon to be, Android devices.
This is a good pickup for NetApp as IT organizations are desperately looking for . . . → Read More: NetApp Completes ionGrid Acquisition
Tornadoes : Hurricanes : Earthquakes : Black-outs : Floods Fires : Tsunamis : Terrorism : Riots : Zombies
At any moment, your business data could be lost due to any number of natural or un-natural disasters. The continuation of your business following one of these apocalyptic events depends not on what you . . . → Read More: IT Preppers! Are You Ready for the Datacenter Apocalypse?