This is the third and final part in our IaaS feature, where we discuss how to determine if a managed private Cloud solution may be the best option for your business.
This is the second part in our IaaS feature, where we talk about the rising popularity of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), how companies are using it to accelerate innovation, and what to look for in a service partner.
This is part one in our feature about Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), whose ‘10-year overnight success’ echoes Fatboy Slim’s 90s hit album. In it, we look at how companies are using IaaS to accelerate innovation, and what to look for in a service partner.
The adages, “turn CapEx into OpEx” and “don’t focus on IT, focus on your core business” are what tend to motivate organisations to adopt a cloud model, but the real benefits of cloud extend far beyond this.
At first glance adopting Cloud computing seems a lot like renting a car - consistent costs without all the upfront costs of buying the vehicle. But is it really that simple? In this post we take a look at what makes up the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) equation.
Has your organisation decided that it can handle the move to cloud computing on its own? There are many considerations IT managers need to make before diving into the deep end of DIY cloud migration – and they’re not just technical.
Every so often, IT managers need to have a serious look at their IT systems and make some calls about the ‘next phase’. But life gets in the way and before long, an infrastructure upgrade has made its way to the bottom of the priority list.
Almost every business is ‘digitising’ in some way, and many are using the cloud as a springboard to their digital agenda. The transformational potential of moving workloads to cloud platforms for greater efficiency and agility cannot be ignored.
An organisation’s success is contingent upon the quality of its foundation, which is why a robust infrastructure has long been considered the key to an effective IT strategy.