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Why Small Businesses Should (and will) Flock To Cloud

A growing number of small enterprises today have started adopting the IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) category under cloud computing. It provides general users with IT infrastructure such as network equipment, email services with data recovery, operating systems as well as storage and data centers. When it comes to finding scalability, there is no doubt that more and more business operators are resorting to renting infrastructure for the needs of their business

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IT needs to be less “T” and more “B”

Sure, the IT department is necessary to install and maintain the technical infrastructure that is necessary to allow a business to run, but then it must not forget that it is there to serve two masters – one is the executive layer who make the decisions regarding the purchasing of the necessary infrastructure (and pay the salary of those working in the IT department), and the other, which is the user of the technology

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Evil Empire or Jedi Knights

” The devices, services and feature sets everyone is so happy with today, require an infrastructure

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How Companies Utilize IT Outsourcing and What We Can Learn From Them

As technology and the infrastructure that supports it continue to improve by leaps and bounds, so too does the IT outsourcing market continue to grow

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How Cloud Is Shaping The Future Of Public Sector IT Security

However, instead of settling for a half-baked security infrastructure, the board decided to migrate their system to a cloud-based security solution

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