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Potential Problems Lurking in Private Clouds

Companies are increasingly turning to private clouds to run their mission-critical applications. But many are leaving their cloud performance subject to chance, according to a new survey from Continuity Software. A surprisingly large number do not test private cloud availability, findings show, and the majority do not have a... Read More »

Inside IT With CenturyLink CIO Bill Bradley

A CenturyLink veteran, Bill Bradley talks about cultural challenges in the workplace, the advantages of cloud computing, and the importance of reacting positively to change.

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What Does Bezos's Law Mean for Your Data Center?

If the cost of cloud storage is dropping by 50 percent every three years, it might be time for many CIOs to get rid of their data centers and move to a cloud platform.

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Enterprises Double Down With Cloud Investments

Large enterprises are poised to increase their SAP cloud investments, but are committed to a future of hybrid clouds for security, privacy and compliance issues.

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Scripps Networks Broadcasts a Cloud Approach

A major U.S. television broadcast company turns to the cloud and more advanced IT infrastructure monitoring and management—and likes the results.

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When Remote Access Equals No Access

Outdated, under-performing network hardware and the rise in extreme weather-related disruptions are causing IT organizations to struggle to meet employees' expectations about working remotely, according to a new survey by Pertino. The average desk job has moved beyond the office cubicle and "as a result, connectivity isn't a luxury, it's a... Read More »

Everything as a Service Goes Mainstream

In order to transform their operations and become a digital business, a growing array of organizations is embracing an everything-as-a-service approach.

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Organizations Taking Outage Risks in the Cloud

When it comes to establishing a customer-facing presence in the cloud, how much downtime is too much? An hour? Two hours? An entire working day? If those times seem long, then you may be surprised to learn that one-quarter of IT professionals say that up to just under nine hours a year or even longer is perfectly acceptable, according to a recent survey from Read More »

Using Everything as a Service to Your Advantage

Instead of fighting the everything-as-a-service trend, CIOs need to leverage its capabilities so they can lower capital investments and better direct their human resources.

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Private Cloud Fuels Formula One Racing Dynasty

The Infinite Red Bull racing team has won the last four consecutive Formula One championships thanks, in part, to its selection and usage of computing resources.

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