Category: Business

Making the Business Case for Virtualization

Challenging economic times push businesses to look for more efficient ways of doing things, even if these new ways include risks and learning curves. Adopting virtualization is one way companies are evolving to become more efficient, and thus, stay ahead of the competition. However, as with any new IT initiative, often managers find they need…

Read More »

Cloud Computing Trends That Will Affect Your Business

No longer just a buzzword in the IT industry, cloud computing has become a common way for companies to save money and scale up and down with ease. The past few years have seen cloud dominance by major providers such as Amazon and Google, but experts point to a future filled with multiple, highly customized…

Read More »

Insider Threat Risks to Your Business

Managers are well aware of the threats posted by hackers and cybercriminals to their networks, and most are taking steps to secure their organizations and to ward off these outside threats. However, sometimes the biggest threat to your company comes from within the walls of your office. A recent study funded by the U.S. Department…

Read More »

The Real Future of Mobile for IT Managers

We are living in an age of drastic change, thanks to emerging mobile technology. IT managers get that – they have understood the significance of mobile on future IT operations for a while now. However, it’s time for them to re-assess their view of how mobile is affecting the way companies do business. Mobile is…

Read More »

What Your Business Should Know About Targeted Malware

IT managers and security professionals are increasingly worried about targeted malware and its affect on business operations. However, according to a recent survey by security firm Bit9, these professionals are decreasingly confident in their ability to identify and stop such security threats. Bit9’s server security survey found that targeted malware attacks are the top server…

Read More »

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) as a Cloud Collaboration Tool

As IT services move to the cloud, collaboration tools have been quick to follow. Software-as-a-service (SaaS) tools are replacing and complementing existing collaboration tools, helping companies adapt to changing work environments and user demands. Companies like Google, IBM, and Microsoft are offering tools in the space, along with smaller companies that are just starting up.…

Read More »

What the Citrix and NetApp Partnership Could Mean to Your IT Business

Virtualizing servers and desktops helps companies stay competitive, from complexity reduction to energy cost savings, and more. Two major players in the virtualization and storage industries recently announced a partnership that could have implications for your IT business. Introducing StorageZones Two well-known companies have been hard at work developing a new method for accelerating on-premise,…

Read More »