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Feature Don't Put Your Cloud Data On Autopilot By Chuck DeLouis There's plenty of evidence pointing to the fact that businesses are moving their data to the cloud in droves. According to research from MarketsandMarkets, for example, the cloud storage market will reach $46.8 billion by 2018 at a CAGR of 40.2%. While the cloud can be great way to save money on storage costs and promises business availability following the worst of disasters, leaving your cloud backup and storage provider decision to chance can nullify these benefits.
From the blog Lessons We Should All Learn From 2014 by Lawrence Garvin As the saying widely attributed (correctly or incorrectly, you be the judge) to the great Albert Einstein goes, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results." In 2014, in addition a lot of great work done day in and day out by IT professionals deep in the trenches, a lot of not so great things happened in IT, too. And in the spirit of Mr. Einstein's profound statement, we should all learn from this. .
Featured white paper Capacity Reservation System for Virtual & Cloud Environments Virtually every area of human endeavour that involves the use of shared resources relies on a reservation system to manage the booking of these assets.Hotels, airlines, rental companies and even the smallest of restaurants rely on reservation systems to make sure they can optimize the use of their assets over time in a way that balances customer satisfaction and profitability. Or, as economists would say, strike a balance between supply and demand.
From the current issue Optimizing SaaS Application Performance By Gerardo Dada According to a report by Forrester, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) will likely surpass an adoption rate of 50% within the next year, with adopters using an average of four SaaS solutions. Given the persistent growth of companies such as Salesforce.com, NetSuite, Google, and Amazon - the latter of which will take in $5 billion from its cloud computing business this year alone - the Forrester study is hardly surprising.
Featured video SPxSHARC from Security First: A new standard in data protection Cyber breaches have increased 62% in less than a year. It's a startling reality that brings with it an equally shocking realization for your enterprise; it's not a matter of if an attack will penetrate your network protection, it's a matter of a when. SPxSHARC from Security First is data protection that doesn't just work behind the firewall; it works at the bit level of your data.
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News Infinitely Virtual Teams With Adirondack Solutions Infinitely Virtual has announced a strategic partnership with Adirondack Solutions, Inc. around hosted services for its line of best-in-class college housing and residential life management software.