Archive for October, 2011
Cloud computing is no longer just an industry fad. It’s here to stay, and it’s not going anywhere for a long time. But if you work in IT, what will this mean for your career? How will your job change? How should you prepare? That’s a question that I’d recently asked to some of the […]Full Story
So you say your datacenter is starting to fill up with under-used boxes, power bills are getting unmanageable, maintenance is taking up too much of your time, and now you’re running out of server room space? Looks like it’s time to consolidate those servers using virtualization. But there are so many different approaches out there, […]Full Story
Want To See How Businesses Will Use The Cloud In The Future? Look At How The Creative Industry Is Using It Today!
Not too long ago, maybe five or so years past, it used to be a vital part of life to make the commute to work, toil away for four hours, have lunch, toil away until the sun set, and drive back home just to do it again the next day. Work and office files were […]Full Story
It may seem hard to believe, but there once was a time when the use of computers was strictly the domain of a few computer operators that worked in a back-room warehouse full of big noisy industrial boxes. These were simpler times, before viruses, clueless end-users or teenage hackers. Then, came the introduction of personal […]Full Story
Since information is the life blood of most organizations, measures must be taken to ensure that this information remains accessible and useable at all times. When your servers suddenly shut down, everyone panics. Customers start to look for new suppliers, employees stop producing and reputations get tarnished. Information availability is more than just backup. It […]Full Story