There’s no shortage of options when it comes to the cloud. So which are your peers turning to? And what are their biggest concerns? A new survey has the answers.
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As if having a solid disaster recovery (DR) plan wasn’t hard enough, a new study shows that severe weather is likely to make power outages last even longer.
Think your data’s completely safe because it’s in the hands of Google, Amazon or other storage giants? Think again.
If shadow IT wasn’t out of control already where you work, it soon could be.
Today is the deadline for end of support for Windows Server 2003. The reason you may not have noticed? Unlike Windows XP, this version is likely to live on much longer.
Some of it may be through increased usage. Some of it could be due to rising prices. But almost everyone is going to need to devote more of their budget to the cloud soon.
When most people think about “IT dangers,” they focus on security risks. But one organization’s IT supply closet actually posed a serious health risk – and resulted in a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
IT pros have used a wide variety of analogies, tricks and visuals to try to get non-techies to understand the cloud. But here’s one we never thought we’d see.
While most companies will admit to being fearful of several aspects of the cloud – and one could say, with good reason – the overwhelming majority are still going all out on cloud services.
Companies are paying lip service to their disaster recovery plans, but according to a recent survey, they aren’t actually putting in the legwork to make sure outages are planned for.