This week, QTS Executive Vice President David McOmber joined FedRAMP director Matt Goodrich and CRSA CTO Seth Abrams on Federal News Radio’s Tech Talk to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the expansion of hybrid IT.
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?
Whether your environment is public, private or hybrid, performing a bit of seasonal maintenance can significantly optimize computing resource performance.
With the opening of QTS’ mega data center in Chicago’s CBD, enterprises and government agencies now have easier access to an integrated platform of colocation, cloud and managed services.
Perhaps one of the greatest benefits to hybrid cloud models is that they are built on an understanding that a one-size-fits-all approach to cloud computing is not effective and does not exist.
Federal agencies manage some of the most sensitive data in the world, which is in itself a challenging task. Add in security requirements, compliance regulations and the “Cloud First” policy introduced in 2011, and these agencies need a trusted cloud partner that can help them deliver.
Our combined forces mean better results for you and your organization. With a bigger footprint, better product offerings and stronger results, QTS can help your organization solve its data needs.
At the start of a new year we have the opportunity to look ahead and think about what trends will likely shape the coming months. 2015 is poised to be transformative for government agencies and enterprises, as an increasing number of organizations look to modernize their computing environments, expand their focus on secure and compliant hosting, and meet the growing demands of an increasingly mobile workforce. What trends will we see emerge this year?