Getting your business into the cloud is one thing, but keeping it there is a whole different discussion. As more enterprises join the hybrid platform, proper backup, downtime access, and other availability issues are becoming bigger priorities. Read More
As Damon wrote here on The Journey to Hybrid Cloud, getting your business into the cloud is one thing, but keeping it there is a whole different discussion. As more enterprises join the hybrid platform, proper backup, downtime access, and other availability issues are becoming bigger priorities. Read More
Earlier this month we talked about 10 great questions to ask before hopping onto the hybrid cloud platform. Tech Republic’s list was pretty thorough and pushed us into some interesting discussions. Read More
NSA issues, smart Silicon Valley startups, and other topics have kept the cloud spotlight on the United States, but a new survey says things are moving as fast, if not faster, across the pond in England. Read More
More companies are leaning on the hybrid cloud platform as it becomes more stable – or at least as the perception of its stability rises. The cloud has played a part in enterprises for years, but now cloud platforms are becoming the primary data source. The final frontier of cloud trust may be the ever-precious database backups. Read More
Talk to 10 people about cloud security and you'll likely get 10 varying opinions. Toss in some variables, like public, private, or hybrid, and things can really get wild.
No matter where you stand on the issue of cloud security, you'll be better informed by reading some of the great posts here on The Journey to Hybrid Cloud. Here are some of my favorites. Read More
Damon’s recent post, “How Many Cloud Providers Do You Need?”, got me thinking about vendor lock-in and the nightmares it can bring. Vendor lock-in usually makes a customer dependent on a vendor for products and services for some period of time, unable to use another vendor without substantial penalties or switching costs. Read More