Uncertainty around the upcoming school year is leaving education and IT leaders seeking improved blended learning solutions – for virtual and distance learning. Office 365 for Education takes the same applications found in the standard office suite and positions them in the cloud.
The overwhelming consensus is that AWS, Azure, and Google have won the cloud computing war. IBM, Accenture, and Deloitte have – as one anonymous user put it – “hit the cloud iceberg” and are taking on water fast.
Rapid remote access deployments mean the number of endpoints has grown dramatically. Bringing endpoint and cloud security together might just help reduce this cybersecurity risk.
Read Part 2 of our ‘What Is Cloud Storage’ series to learn about cloud storage architecture; public, private, and hybrid cloud solutions; and object, block, and file data storage.
Gartner has updated its 2020 forecast and an IT spending drop is imminent – no surprise. Find out how CIOs are investing and the best cost optimization practices for IT today.
The as-a-service label has been utilized in every facet of the technological sphere. In fact, there are some within the industry who advocate for an “everything-as-a-service” model, which is simply suggesting that anything can be commoditized – not the most radical statement ever.
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is an attractive cloud strategy. Before making the launch, take these key challenges into consideration.
Cloud cost management is one of the biggest hurdles businesses of every size must overcome on their cloud journey. Find out how to achieve predictable cloud spending.
Businesses today are using the cloud to protect against ransomware – but should they? Find out how to use the cloud as an effective backup and security tool.
Despite enormous growth in public cloud markets, 80% of IT leaders report moving workloads on-premises. What is cloud repatriation and why is it happening?