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Separating Cloud Vendor Hype From Reality

More organizations are shifting critical functions to the cloud, yet the art and science of cloud computing is complex. Read More >

The Pros and Cons of Putting Apps in the Cloud

It's clear that the cloud is profoundly changing the way organizations approach business and IT. It's ushering in huge efficiency and cost gains–and enabling a more agile and flexible framework that taps into the opportunities of the digital age. Yet, many organizations continue to struggle with the question of how to use Software as a Service (SaaS) to maximum advantage, and how to put... Read More >

CIOs Are Emerging as Vital Business Influencers

CIOs face a greater variety of challenges than ever, thanks to an ever-proliferating number of impactful tech developments. The digital universe is expected to grow to 40 zettabytes by 2020, due to a 50-fold increase in enterprise data. In two years, workloads made possible by virtual servers and private clouds will double those supported by physical servers. And with a surge of Baby Boomer... Read More >

Five Key Takeaways About Cloud ROI

Clouds represent a fundamentally different way to conduct business. Traditional ROI measures may not apply. Read More >

Analytics Deliver Healthy Results for CareFlow

A provider of electronic health records and other data for schools turns to a specialized data engine and private cloud to boost capabilities and efficiencies. Read More >

How the Cloud Provides an Extra Business Edge

Enterprises that are adopting cloud-enabled business models reported that they're gaining a notable competitive edge within their industries, according to a recent survey conducted by Frost and Sullivan and sponsored by NetSuite. The study, "Disrupt, Collapse, Transform: The Role of the Cloud in Industry... Read More >

Hologic Finds Managed Services an Rx for Success

The health care and diagnostics firm puts managed and cloud services at the center of its business, letting it focus on operational efficiencies and excellence. Read More >

Will Public Clouds Drive Insourcing?

Organizations that outsource more services will generally have a tougher time adopting public cloud services than companies that outsource fewer services. Read More >

More Companies Choose Hybrid Cloud Solutions

Hybrid clouds are blowing into enterprise at a fast pace, according to a new survey of cloud and storage professionals. The respondents are building hybrid cloud solutions to leverage the advantages of the cloud without having to discard their current computing and storage infrastructures. Avere Systems, which provides enterprise storage for the hybrid cloud, conducted the survey of 205... Read More >

Cloud Barriers Cause Competitive Disadvantages

While nearly all CIOs and CFOs surveyed said that cloud applications and infrastructure are critical for delivering digital information, most of them admitted that their organization isn't investing enough in these technologies, according to a recent survey from... Read More >

Leading IT With Dealers and Customers in Mind

At Asbury Automotive, CIO Barry Cohen leads the IT organization with dealers and customers in mind, and is making IT a broader driver of value to the company. Read More >

Cloud-Based Communications System Aids Non-Profit

Intercommunity Action, a not-for-profit organization, turns to cloud-based unified communications and other tools to improve connectivity and productivity. Read More >

Three Ways to Slash Your IT Costs

A new breed of business is re-imagining IT budgets, and looking to the cloud and subscription software to slash IT expenses and connect remote employees. Read More >

12 Ways to Shift to a Consumption-Based IT Model

Since enterprises began deploying cloud computing several years ago, IT has struggled to find the right balance between operational management and cost transparency. Detailed costs across the legacy, public and private clouds have been difficult to collect and report, and hybrid IT cloud computing has made managing resources and costs even more complex. With shadow IT and demands for more... Read More >

11 Facts You Need to Know About the Cloud

This is the first year that the majority of organizational workloads are expected to take place in the cloud, which means that CIOs need to gather actionable information about this dominating tech topic. Given all of the interest, TeleTech has come up with the following combination of revealing Read More >

Get Your Head in the Clouds

CIOs need to embrace cloud-based applications and infrastructure in order for their organization to be digitally competitive, but a lack of budget and security concerns is hampering their digital initiatives. Read More >

Northgate Markets Heads to the Cloud

A fast-growing independent grocery store chain turns to an integration PaaS solution to tie together a diverse array of IT and business systems. Read More >

Why CIOs Select Public Clouds

Business and IT executives are increasingly turning to public clouds, not private ones, for greater agility and flexibility. The results include improved efficiency and lower costs. Read More >

11 Classic Cloud Storage Mistakes

More than ever, CIOs and other IT decision-makers are opting for a cloud model to accommodate their storage needs. The overwhelming volume of big data plays a major factor in this, of course. And research reveals that the move can benefit a number of IT functions and needed outcomes, including disaster recovery (as cited by 63 percent of managers), the centralization of data management (51... Read More >

Nine Best Practices for Cloud Implementation

More than four of five organizations now use some form of cloud computing, according to industry research, and a great number of companies are exploring new options for cloud deployment. The advantages are clear: 84 percent of CIOs say they've cut costs by moving applications to the cloud, and these applications deliver an average of 70 percent more ROI than on-premise ones. Organizations using... Read More >

How Digital Labor Reduces Business and IT Costs

Robotic process automation will provide a great advantage for the CIOs who embrace it—and be dangerously disruptive for the businesses that disregard its transformational potential. Read More >

Pros and Cons of the Private Cloud

Nearly one-half of organizations have launched private clouds, according to industry research. And among those which have done so, roughly two-thirds say they've been successful in their efforts. Still, there are even more companies which are going the public cloud route—nearly nine of 10, in fact. Clearly, there are choices to be made. (And those choices may include both. Many businesses... Read More >

10 Key Factors of Cloud Migration

The cloud is radically changing business and how organizations interact with customers, partners, and employees. According to research by Oxford Economics, the cloud "is already central to strategic vision and operations—and its influence is growing rapidly." Oxford Economics' new survey, "Read More >

Synchronoss Takes a Clear View of the Cloud

A provider of services for mobile providers and cellular carriers turns to a cloud-based price comparison tool to boost agility and deliver greater value. Read More >

Best Practices for Leveraging Cloud Storage Models

To derive the most benefit from cloud storage, organizations must have an in-depth understanding of their IT environments and current state costs to make the best vendor and solution selections. Read More >

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