Advancements in cloud computing are working to redefine businesses’ network strategies. A new white paper from LightEdge Solutions explores how the cloud is changing network strategy. The report also explores LightEdge’s own vCore network architecture that addresses some of today’s biggest network challenges.
It seems you can’t be in IT these days without discussing cloud strategy. This white paper from Light Edge Solutions explores how the cloud is changing network strategy. Download the report now that also highlights LightEdge’s own IT Core (vCore) network architecture that addresses some of today’s biggest network challenges.
The invention of disruptive technology illuminates the weaknesses in our IT strategies and old-school business models. Sherri Liebo, Senior Vice President, Marketing, at Digital Realty explores how disruptive technology is pushing digital transformation in today’s markets.
As cloud technology and its users’ needs continue to transform, hybrid cloud environments have become increasingly top of mind from the c-level down. Enterprises are looking at optimal ways for leveraging cloud technology to further their growth and innovation. Tom Prosia, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at LightEdge Solutions, explores the hybrid solution center model and what’s behind hybrid cloud environments’ popularity among today’s business leadership.
The growth in stored data volumes is putting pressure on IT budgets and services delivery. Burgeoning volumes of unstructured data commonly drive this ongoing trend. Download a new white paper from Cloudian that offers a review and economic evaluation of Cloudian’s Hyperstore as compared to the traditional purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA).
Explosive growth in stored data volumes is putting intense pressure on IT budgets and staff. The challenge now will be figuring out how best to store all this data. A new white paper explores the changing landscape of data storage, and offers a review and economic evaluation of Cloudian Hyperstore.
This paper presents test results showing how a well-designed, well-executed hybrid cloud architecture performs versus one that leverages standard facilities, using connections and an architecture not optimized for application performance. Download now to learn more.
The days of owning all the IT products and services within a company, are obsolete. With newer technologies edging out old ones, IT equipment has a rapidly diminishing shelf life. Hence, there’s a growing appetite for leasing IT equipment for your IT needs.
As enterprise adoption has increased, the hybrid cloud solution has evolved to meet today’s transformational requirements across multiple lines of business. The good news is that the components used to create a well-designed hybrid cloud environment are different now, and better for enabling high performance.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Andrew Schaap, Senior Vice President of Sales, Digital Realty, discusses the “real” Hybrid cloud.