A Primer on in-house IT Infrastructure
How much is Bad Architecture Costing You?
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.
How to Prevent Latency from Crashing the Enterprise
Enterprise networks are facing a perfect storm as the data-driven economy embraces ever-increasing levels of application and user activity. With highly sophisticated processing capabilities literally in the palm of every knowledge worker's hand these days, the amount of data bombarding the enterprise has climbed to unprecedented levels.
Private cloud - in-house, hosted, or hybrid?
Cloud computing, with its promise of scalable pay-as-you-go computing on IT infrastructure managed by an external service provider, is fast becoming the preferred option for many companies - several industry surveys have by now established that (a) the majority of CIOs are now convinced their enterprises will move to the cloud sooner rather than later, and (b) they would prefer to move to private clouds as opposed to public clouds.