Opportunities abound in the federal market for secure and capable cloud services.
For feds, hybrid IT and managed services can help achieve security and mission.
According to the 2016 Enterprise IT Spending Benchmarks, compiled by 451 Research, North America will exceed $1 trillion in IT spending by 2017. Businesses of all sizes are expected to move to a hybrid IT approach. When choosing a hybrid approach, you need both on-site and cloud resources that are reliable and well maintained. The easiest way to assure this is by streamlining your data center solutions through a single, fully integrated service provider.
As the world becomes increasingly connected, data production is growing exponentially. Every week 30 million new devices are connected, according to the 2016 Cisco Visual Network Index. By 2020, there will be more than five terabytes of data for every person on Earth. Because of this rapid growth, companies are searching for competitive data storage solutions.
Cloud adoption across the healthcare industry is growing, but not without worry for organizations handling sensitive electronic protected health information (ePHI). According to the June 2014 HIMSS Analytics Cloud Survey, 80 percent of healthcare organization respondents reported that they currently use cloud services. For those resistant to moving to the cloud, security concerns were cited as a barrier.
Think cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) seems a bit… cloudy? You’re not alone. The cloud affords a myriad of benefits over traditional, tape-based methods. However, it is vitally important to understand exactly how the solution works before deciding whether or not to employ it with your business. Download this issue brief to take a behind the scenes look at cloud-based disaster recovery, including the mechanics of how the solution works.