AMTRA Solutions' very own Kevin Kaminski has been busy. Not only is he a Microsoft MVP (most valuable professional), a trusted advisor to our clients and our internal teams, but he finds the time to contribute to the IT community through his blogging and his new series: Virtually There with Kevin Kaminski.
Its More Than Just A Technology Shift
Cloud computing delivers significant benefits in terms of a more simplified and flexible IT environment, right sizing of IT requirements, and pay per use consumption model.
Earlier in July, Microsoft announced Microsoft 365, which will be available in Enterprise and Business editions.
Microsoft recently announced Microsoft 365 for business and enterprise. Here’s a quick summary of what’s included.
AMTRA is pleased to welcome Pat Currie to the team as a Senior Account Executive. Pat brings years of specialized marketing, management and sales experience in the local Calgary market to AMTRA.
A move to the Cloud is of great benefit to most Companies, however issues such as overcoming traditional mindsets, lack of visibility into the new infrastructure, data transfer costs, governance, and licensing must not be overlooked.
AMTRA Solutions is a great example of a Calgary-made company that has been here to see all of the ups and downs of the market. AMTRA’s President and CEO, Tasso Chondronikolis, has led his company through technology industry shifts, market ups and downs, and all the challenges that leading a company presents.
Most of us over the last few years have at one point (openly, or secretly on Google), asked the question, “What is IoT?”. The explanations have often involved something to do with coffee makers, refrigerators, or other home appliances. While these are simple ways to explain the concept, they’re also not representative of the intent or capability of IoT.
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.