A survey of customers has found that companies have lofty expectations for the amount of uptime they get each year, but the reality of what their providers deliver may not live up to those goals.
Organizations have never been more networked. Interconnected computers and servers allow businesses to share resources and information. Read the latest networking news and analysis below:
Big data, streaming services, Voice over IP (VoIP) and more have driven demand for faster Internet speeds nationwide. But availability is still lagging behind demand – and in some cases, even where high-speed Internet is available, the cost can be sky-high.
IT is an ever-changing and adapting part of any business. But the way companies manage these changes could be putting their organizations at risk, a recent study has found.
Facebook and work usually don’t get mentioned in the same sentence – unless you’re talking about a security breach. But Mark Zuckerberg and Co. want to change that.
With so much data and so many services hosted in the cloud, IT has a very big problem on its hands: When networks are slow or unavailable, work could be, too.
Both business and personal subscribers to Microsoft’s Office 365 are about to receive a huge expansion to their cloud storage. It’s going from one terabyte to unlimited space.
For anyone who doubted the Internet of Things (IoT) poses security headaches, a recent report should be a wake-up call.
Anyone who has made significant moves to the cloud can tell you the same thing: When it’s good, it’s very, very good. But for every cloud success story, there are plenty of stalled, failed and underwhelming projects, too.
There’s no shortage of options when it comes to choosing a cloud provider. But a recent survey shows which provider is most popular for businesses.