While hybrid cloud strategies enable enterprises to get the most out of their IT and scale in a cost-effective way, there are key considerations that should be incorporated into planning to ensure your IT structure is scalable and secure.
The private cloud allows you to utilize a proprietary, single-tenant architecture that is dedicated to your organization. You may be exploring whether it is right to move some or all of your data and applications to the private cloud. Here are three key reasons to make the move.
The theme for HIMSS17 was “Where the Brightest Minds in Health and IT Meet." For five days industry leaders from the healthcare, technology and government landscapes converged on Orlando to discuss revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and today’s most pervasive challenges. In this blog we will take a look at the week’s prevailing themes and discussions.
With the expansion of FDCCI and introduction of DCOI, the federal government has continued to focus on efforts to modernize IT and reduce inefficiencies. Agencies are now seeking to leverage the combined expertise of both the public and private sector. In this blog, we've outlined three key considerations to consider when optimizing their data center strategy.
Cloud computing comes in four delivery models: Public, Private, Community and Hybrid. Several factors will drive an organization's choice of cloud. We will take a look at each model to give you a better understanding of which cloud(s) makes most sense for your business needs.
As the data landscape evolves, it becomes exponentially more complex. As a direct result, organizations’ IT needs are growing as well. IT decision makers don’t want to juggle multiple vendors and solutions. Instead, they want a partner that offers a comprehensive, fully integrated service platform. But what does a fully integrated service platform look like?
QTS Government Cloud answers the call for more flexible, scalable and compliant federal data storage solutions after the federal government halts data center construction.
Disaster Recovery as a Service allows businesses to meet business continuity and disaster recovery requirements in a more cost-effective and reliable way, while allowing them to recover at a much faster rate from a natural disaster or another type of emergency.
While traditional business continuity and disaster recovery solutions are costly and complex to manage, QTS Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) provides a flexible, scalable alternative.
The cloud has many great uses, but like any IT decision you must think strategically about how you’re going to use this new technology for your company.
Rather than investing significant capital into their own IT infrastructure, companies can spend more time innovating new products and less time purchasing and maintaining IT infrastructure.
The IT world isn’t slowing down, and as it evolves so does the terminology and the acronyms used to explain services and products. We’ve tried to alleviate confusion by explaining some of the most common cloud computing acronyms.