Multiple cloud providers, public cloud, private cloud – so many options now when it used to all be so much more straightforward. There are many advantages to diversifying your cloud environment, if it’s done with the proper management and organization.
By now, you’ve heard all about the WannaCry ransomware attacks that began on May 12th. The details are all over the news, and the security patches are readily available from Microsoft for Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003.
Everyone has their own take on the Cloud these days. Whether it be security, reliability, capacity, latency, or any combination of those – we all have an opinion. Unless you’re a dyed-in-the-wool Cloud enthusiast, you probably have some reservations.
Well … it depends.
Cloud solutions are all the buzz right now. It’s what everyone wants and seems to be what everyone is talking about. So, cloud must be better than on-premises solutions, right? Well, the simple (or not so simple) answer is maybe … and maybe not.
A while ago, you started hearing about "the cloud", right? Now, it's a common term, despite it's meaning still being subject to some interpretation. Cloud computing, cloud storage – it's gone from being something new and cutting-edge, to just the way things are done. As
Dealing with new licensing rules can look like a pretty daunting task, right? We did it in 2012 with the new SQL licensing, and now we’re working through the transition to the 2016 licensing framework.
We all know how quickly things change in the IT world. As changing technologies emerge and begin to integrate, evaluating how you approach your IT strategy is necessary. Whether you’re putting a longlist together for consideration, or making the final decision, having clear answers to these 5 questions will save you from potential headaches down the road.