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August 11, 2015

10 Questions to Ask When Choosing the Right Business Continuity Partner

There are a tremendous number of factors to consider when making a decision to partner with a business continuity or cloud vendor.  Below, find 10 questions […]
August 11, 2015
Hybrid Cloud Backup

Business Benefits of Hybrid Cloud Business Continuity

Today’s businesses require a backup solution that delivers much more than a traditional local only strategy. Given the constant risks to its data, from all directions, […]
July 17, 2015

Traditional Backup vs. Comprehensive Business Continuity

Author: Jamie Busic  Traditional backup methods such as tape, disk, and strict NAS devices are no longer sufficient. In fact, leading edge business owners are finding them […]
September 3, 2014
Virtual Sprout Cloud Computing Servers

Cloud Computing – 10 Quick Tips

Author: Jamie Busic  10 Quick Tips for Cloud Computing The Cloud is not magic.  Despite all the effort marketing departments have put into obscuring the facts, Cloud […]
July 5, 2014
1 RU Server

VMWare Removes Need for Fancy Sever

Author: Jamie Busic   Maybe my perspective is unique being that I helped build out multiple service provider and Public/Private Cloud businesses, however, it seems to […]
July 3, 2014
Nimble Storage

Nimble Storage Scales Capacity and Performance in Minutes

Author: Jamie Busic   Not all of us have a requirement to scale out to 500k IOPS in a storage system, but there have been numerous […]
July 1, 2014
NFV Brocade Vyatta Virtual Router

Why SDN and NFV

Author: Jamie Busic   So here we are with yet another ambiguous term that means anything to anyone.  SDN or Software Defined Networking and NFV (Network […]