Cloud computing refers to the use of Internet ("cloud") based computer technology for a variety of services. It is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualisedresources are provided as a service over the Internet. Users need not have knowledge of, expertise in, or control over the technology infrastructure "in the cloud" that supports them.
White Paper Published By: Panduit
Published Date: Aug 28, 2018
Interested in learning how the right physical and network infrastructure approach in your colocation data center facility can help you stabilize costs, provide better security, and help promote growth for you and your tenants? Download the Panduit white paper Optimizing Colocation Infrastructure Strategies to learn how to overcome the challenges of aging colocation data center infrastructure and onboard new tenants quickly.
Case Study Published By: Continuum
Published Date: Jul 18, 2012
Apple's Siri has emerged as a new tool for interpreting voice commands and getting what you need using an iPhone. If only there was a way for MSPs to get quick answers to tough IT problems. Read this article to learn more about Continuum's solutions.
Case Study Published By: Astaro
Published Date: Jan 19, 2011
Botnets are based on similar principles as legitimate clouds, but serve malicious business interests. Find out more about how botnets work and the right steps after having detected infected machines within your own network.
White Paper Published By: Nimsoft, Inc.
Published Date: Nov 05, 2010
In the past few years, the enterprise computing landscape has changed dramatically. Virtualization, outsourcing, SaaS, and cloud computing are creating fundamental changes, and ushering in an era in which enterprises distribute increasingly critical IT assets and applications across multiple service providers.
White Paper Published By: Avnet
Published Date: Oct 28, 2010
Many organizations are evaluating the move to desktop virtualization, and solution providers can help customers make the transition to a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Solution providers can tap into this growing market and provide related products and services, but competing in the market comes with challenges such as understanding the business needs of customers in a variety of industries. This Everything Channel Starter Pack describes the desktop virtualization opportunities and how Avnet's SolutionsPath® methodology provides a step-by-step methodology to overcome challenges through solution specialization. Among the potential benefits for solution providers are revenue growth, faster time to market and increased customer retention.
The idea of load balancing is well defined in the IT world: A network device accepts traffic on behalf ofa group of servers, and distributes that traffic according to load balancing algorithms and the availabilityof the services that the servers provide. From network administrators to server administrators to applicationdevelopers, this is a generally well understood concept.
Application Delivery Controllers understand applications and optimize server performance - offloading compute-intensive tasks that prevent servers from quickly delivering applications. Learn how ADCs have taken over where load balancers left off.
High availability solutions are no longer an all or nothing discussion about expensive, proprietary solutions. Today there are wide range of affordable alternatives that provide the required level of availability at a cost justified by the risks of downtime.
White Paper Published By: NEC
Published Date: Sep 14, 2009
This white paper is a business briefing for C-Level Executives on how integrating a range of technologies - including unified communications, service oriented architecture, virtualization and cloud computing - can transform the productivity and profitability of large enterprises.
White Paper Published By: 123Together
Published Date: Mar 17, 2009
With the current state of the economy, IT executives are being asked to stretch their budgets in order to keep their businesses profitable. In 2008, Median IT spending per user fell to $6,667 from the previous year's $7,397, according to Computer Economics. This represents a 6.2% reduction, consistent with the fact that IT managers were supporting an increasing number of users without corresponding increases in IT spending. IT spend continued to decline in 2009 and uncertainty and caution is still prevalent in 2010.