When it comes to growing your business and driving it towards success, technology is key in applying modern, effective solutions and processes intended to increase productivity within the workplace. With the combination of technical knowledge and savvy business management skills, you can easily pave the path to success with your business. Information technology can be
Most organizations spend a large portion of their IT budget “keeping the lights on” and maintaining the status quo, save for a couple of major initiatives. Each of those initiatives undergoes a business analysis and total cost of ownership review and with great fanfare begins the journey to completion. The fallacy of this planning approach
Multi-cloud relationships and subcontractors can be an issue when using some cloud providers. For example, a Customer might start out slow with Cloud Computing and enter into a SaaS service just to get a feel for how all of this works and to satisfy an immediate need that the internal IT department cannot quickly fulfill.
Cloud Computing, as defined by both National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Cloud Security Alliance is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications and services). These resources are configured / combined to operate like a utility. Cost is