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Answer These 3 Questions to Find Out if You’re Leveraging the Cloud Effectively in DR Planning

Most business leaders recognize the need to create a disaster recovery plan, but it rarely ever gets prioritized until it’s too late. With virtualization, DR planning has become much more feasible and affordable, allowing smaller and midmarket organizations the opportunity to have the same kinds of failsafe backup and recovery plans as their larger competitors. The growing trend towards utilizing cloud technologies in disaster recovery definitely has its advantages, but there are a number of Read more…


cloud adoption

From Testing and Dev to All-In: The Stages of Cloud Adoption

When it comes to cloud migration, enterprises often take baby steps, dipping their toes in the water a little at a time before taking the full plunge. Just what are those steps and who is leading the charge towards the cloud? Testing And Development: A Cloud No-Brainer The first wave of cloud migration is often development and testing, a function that eats up—and often underutilizes— plenty of server space. Application and database servers may use Read more…


The Gift That Keeps On Giving: How Amazon Web Services Continually Improves

Once your transition to Amazon is complete, the real fun begins. Some companies assume that after handling the tricky transition period, everything will stay at the status quo from here on out. But Amazon releases plenty of new services, upgrades and tools every week—too many to count, really—to the point that buying in to Amazon Web Services becomes more like a club membership than a one-time purchase. And once you’re in, you’re in. Bring In Read more…


transitioning to AWS

Fast Or Slow: 2 Ways To Transition To Amazon Web Services

Let’s assume that you’ve decided to transition to Amazon Web Services. The increased server capacity, decreased maintenance costs and all-around ease of access to your data makes the cloud system an obvious choice. But there’s a problem: all your data’s already stored on physical, bricks-and-mortar machines. You’re paying a tremendous amount for cooling, floor space and machine upkeep, but you also can’t just shut the whole thing down and start fresh in a week. Can Read more…


Why Choose Amazon

Why Choose Amazon Web Services? 4 Things It Does That You Can’t

Want to know if moving your entire computer infrastructure to a cloud-based system like Amazon Web Services is a logical choice? You can run tools designed to analyze returns on investment, and discover whether moving to a cloud makes sense. These tools tell you exactly how much time and money you’ll save, taking into account the time taken to manage computers, cost of managing cooling and renting or owning physical space, and whether it’s realistic Read more…