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Best Practices in Developing an IT Disaster Recovery Plan
This webinar introduces the key concepts and components that go into...Read More
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A Primer on Colocation
Datacenter operations, including colocation hosting, change almost on a daily basis. These changes affect current and long-term business. They involve things like core datacenter management, planning, operational strategies, risk management and more. The goal is to prepare for, and adapt to, these trends with an overall focus on resource optimization and cost reduction.
CIO Decision Series
Choosing which type of cloud deployment is right for you depends on many factors, including the industry your organization is involved in, the regulatory requirements it may be subject to and even the type of customers you have, as well as the key benefits you wish to reap.
A Primer on in-house IT Infrastructure
For years businesses have dealt with IT architecture that's unable to change. This was due largely to the layer upon layer of technology that's built up over the years. Technology added, typically, to solve tactical problems, such as the need for an ERP system, a new database for business intelligence, or just to get the latest and greatest technology in house.
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Category: Disaster Recovery