New White Paper: 6 Technology Trends that Improve Data Security for Any Cloud

The popularity of cloud computing continues to grow, with many of today’s businesses moving their data and applications from traditional datacenters to the cloud. In fact, Gartner analysts estimate the worldwide cloud services market to be $258 billion in 2020, and grow to $513 billion by 2024. While the cloud offers many benefits to organizations, […]

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Backup and Disaster Recovery Best Practices in the Work-From-Home Era

With the massive number of office closures brought on by COVID-19 millions of employees are now working remotely, creating new backup and recovery challenges for IT admins. While some businesses are already reopening, many will continue having their e…

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Backup and Disaster Recovery Best Practices in the Work-From-Home Era

With the massive number of office closures brought on by COVID-19, millions of employees are now working remotely, creating new backup and recovery challenges for IT admins. While some businesses are already reopening, many will continue having their …

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HC3 Cloud Unity – Tech Field Day 15

If you are reading this blog post, you probably saw our blog post last week announcing a partnership with Google and an introduction to HC3 Cloud Unity. That announcement coincided with our participation in Tech Field Day 15 and as a result, there are a number of recorded presentations that may answer many of your […]

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Is Hyperconvergence the Private Cloud You Need?

If you are an IT professional, you are most likely familiar with at least the term “hyperconvergence” or “hyperconverged infrastructure”. You are also undoubtedly aware of cloud technology and some of the options for public, private, and hybrid cloud.  Still, this discussion merits a brief review of private cloud before delving into how hyperconvergence fits […]

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What do DDOS Attacks Mean for Cloud Users?

Last Friday, a DDOS attack disrupted major parts of the internet in both North America and Europe. The attacks seems largely targeted on DNS provider Dyn disrupting access to major service providers such as Level 3, Zendesk, Okta, Github, Paypal, and more, according to sources like Gizmodo. This kind of botnet-driven DDOS attack is a […]

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Midmarket Enterprise Summit: Hyperconvergence Takes Main Stage

Coming off of a whirlwind quarter, I wanted to share some great insights that I gathered at Midsize Enterprise Summit (MES). This event is designed to bring IT executives together who are interested in virtualization and new technologies to help them run a better infrastructure environment.  It was great to get a sense for where …

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