Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to the theory and development of computer systems capable of performing tasks that usually require human intelligence. AI involves the study and synthesis of intelligent agents—in this case, a computer system. AI applications process large volumes of data, and they require powerful processing capabilities outside. AI infrastructure enables superior data throughput and storage capacity, as well as large data workloads.
Whether your enterprise is on a journey of cloud transformation or you simply need to do more with less, moving backup to the cloud offers unprecedented cost savings. These 7 points will show you—and your CIO and CFO — how to dramatically reduce the overall storage footprint of your organization and slash costs while gaining the efficiencies of the cloud.
As the information technology (IT) industry enters the cloud era, where hybrid IT is the dominant deployment model in organizations of all sizes, the capabilities of primary all-flash arrays (AFAs) will need to evolve to handle cloud scale and agility.
Your business has the talent, expertise and potential to achieve great results and your IT infrastructure’s computing power should never limit that. To grow your business beyond the ordinary and to instead drive innovation to new levels, you can’t rely on traditional data center infrastructure. High Performance computing (HPC) systems are being deployed across many areas of business at companies across the globe to handle demanding workloads, provide big data and analytics solutions, and maximize business growth.
Your organization is executing campaigns targeting the millennial generation and depending on social data for deeper customer insights. Managers are asking for more data from multiple sources to support new investments and product strategies. Marketing promotions are adjusted in real time based on current sales data across all channels.
In a world in which digital transformation is key it can be difficult for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to keep up – and harder still to get ahead, especially when everything is moving forward except budgets.
IDC believes that software-defined storage (SDS) continues to transform IT deployment and consumption of storage resources. For enterprises, SDS is really an on-ramp to deploying a hybrid cloud — one that allows a metered on-demand consumption of private and public cloud resources. Deploying SDS therefore is not a question of “if” but a question of “when.”
This whitepaper focuses on best practices to attain the most value for the least cost when running Microsoft SQL Server on the AWS platform. Although for many general purpose use cases, Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for Microsoft SQL Server provides an easy and quick solution, in this paper we focus on scenarios where you need to push the limits to satisfy your special requirements.
The applications we use in our personal lives have raised the level of expectations for the user experience in enterprise applications. How does today’s IT team get ahead of user expectations for more data faster? To succeed in such a dynamic environment businesses as a whole must manage more information better—and the pace will only quicken over time.
As the impact and severity of crypto ransomware threats and attacks has grown over the past 2½ years, Webroot has published many blogs and articles on how best to defend against these modern day extortionists. Webroot does not believe that businesses or consumers should have to choose between extortion and losing precious, irreplaceable data.
As monolithic enterprise applications deconstruct and data becomes bigger and more fragmented, organizations are scrambling to keep up with the added complexity, expense, and resources required to attain data cohesion. Current integration methods and tools are proving to be inadequate for the job at hand.
Every company is a target, no matter its size, function or annual revenue. Security risks come from every direction – malware, social networks and even employees. Every company has information worth protecting, and you owe it to your users to keep every byte safe and secure.
Technology organizations are rapidly seeking ways to automate operations and dedicate more talent to business-enabling and future-thinking projects. Red Hat Virtualization is a virtualization solution that includes a Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor and a web-based virtualization resource manager (Red Hat Virtualization Manager).
According to the new market research report “Mobile Device Management (MDM) Market by Type (Solution (Device Management, Application Management, & Security Management), and Service), Deployment Type (Cloud & On-Premises), Organization Size, Industry Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2023″, The Mobile Device Management (MDM) market size is expected to grow from $2.81 billion in 2018 to $7.86 billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 22.8% during the forecast period.
When web applications are breached, enormous amounts of sensitive business data can be lost. According to Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report, web application attacks more than doubled in 2013 to become the #1 cause of security incidents.
Enterprise Data Warehouses (EDWs) have existed for about 20 years. They serve as the foundations of insight-driven organizations, delivering timely analysis and reporting of structured data, handling large analytic workloads, and supporting the high levels of concurrency that these organizations demand (i.e., many users simultaneously accessing the Enterprise Data Warehouse).
According to the new market research report “eDiscovery Market by Component (Software (Processing, Review and Analysis, Identification, Preservation and Collection, and Production and Presentation) and Services), Deployment Type, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2023″, published by MarketsandMarkets, the global eDiscovery market is expected to grow from $10.8 billion in 2018 to $17.3 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 10.0% during the forecast period.
RightScale was recently acquired by Flexera, a provider of technology asset management solutions that help enterprises gain insights on how to optimize spend and reduce risk. The same RightScale cloud industry research team that has been producing the State of the Cloud Report for the past eight years has joined Flexera, and has again conducted the annual State of the Cloud Survey and prepared the resulting analysis for the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud report from Flexera.
As organizations move increasing numbers of workloads to distributed, multicloud environments and adopt connectivity-dependent trends such as the Internet of Things, the simpler networks of yesterday have steadily morphed into something considerably more complex. It’s this growing complexity that is the ultimate enemy of effective security.
Modernizing applications is crucial for enhancing user experience and responding to marketplace needs. This e-book addresses key challenges, offers best practices and introduces a cloud-based solution to enable your modernization journey.
A core reason organizations adopt a cloud IT infrastructure is to save money. The traditional approach of analyzing Total Cost of Ownership no longer applies when you move to the cloud. Cloud services provide the opportunity for you to use only what you need and pay only for what you use. We refer to this new paradigm as the Total Cost of Operation. You can use Total Cost of Operation (TCO) analysis methodologies to compare the costs of owning a traditional data center with the costs of operating your environment using AWS Cloud services.
Replacing servers is often delayed. Confronted with competing business priorities, limited budgets and personnel, and a sense of comfort as current servers reliably hum along, delay is easy to rationalize. Yet, delays are not without risk and trade-offs. Cases in point are two circumstances that small and midsized enterprises (SMEs) should seriously consider and, in our opinion, initiate action now.
The internet of things (IoT) continues to stand as a huge opportunity for a wide range of players across the telecom and technology spectrum. The notion of connecting monitors, machines and other objects to a network, thus granting them some level of intelligence, could well revolutionize industry sectors ranging from agriculture to manufacturing.
Enterprise security groups today face a daunting task. While their core responsibility of protecting corporate data and resources remains unchanged, they are asked to do so while enabling line-of-business teams and individual employees to drive growth through innovation and transformation via the cloud.
Serverless Computing / Cloud computing refers to a computing model that empowers developers to develop and execute applications without the need to provision, configure, or manage infrastructure. By delegating infrastructure management to a third party, serverless computing enables developers to focus efforts on creating code that directly adds value to the business.
Whether you’re a business looking to house your servers in a robust external facility, or a managed service provider seeking a base from which to run your services, your choice of data centre is a crucial one that mustn’t be entered into lightly. Here we set out 10 questions to ask of any colocation service provider you may be considering.
Here at Google, we spend a lot of time looking at data and anticipating what will happen next. When it comes to the future of business, we get some of our best ideas by looking at new information technologies and thinking about their effects. Cloud computing has long powered Google and is increasingly an integral part of most organizations’ technology stacks.
We know you’re tired of reading about the cyber skills gap; many organizations are obviously facing challenges in recruiting, skilling, and retaining security professionals. We haven’t written this cheat sheet to tell you what you already know. Instead, we will outline a realistic strategy for workforce-wide cyber skills development, focusing on the solution, not just the problem.
You like to stay focused on building great software, but there are always distractions from supporting sales opportunities to assisting with customer deployments and troubleshooting existing installations. With so much time spent maintaining the status quo, few cycles remain for modernizing your technology, streamlining internal operations, delivering new customer value and broadening your customer base.
By making the right decisions and following best practices, leading organizations can easily combine the best of on-premise and cloud in order to reap significant benefits in faster delivery, improved reliability and savings on IT costs.
“Data retention” is now everyone’s concern, and its scope goes far beyond what data to retain and for how long. Not long ago, data retention programs were the province of a handful of specialists in the legal and compliance departments. Organizations knew they had to retain certain documents for a specified number of years to meet legal and regulatory obligations and that was about it.
In the new digital enterprise, IT organizations must adapt their infrastructure to rapidly changing application demands. They must deploy and manage complex hybrid cloud platforms, secure the enterprise against advanced cyber threats and deliver end-to-end quality of user experience for mission critical applications. The complexity of the enterprise network makes it a leading challenge for IT to deliver the agility, reliability and security required by most organizations.
Accountants and bookkeepers have something very important in common with the rest of the world. These professionals now rely on the cloud as one of the most valuable technologies at their disposal. There’s no question cloud technology has permeated every area of business. In the United States, for instance, cloud services company RightScale found hybrid cloud adoption rose from 58 percent in 2015 to 71 percent in 2016.
According to the new market research report “Telecom Cloud Market by Type (Solution and Service), Application (Billing & Provisioning and Traffic Management), Service Model (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS), Organization Size, Vertical, and Region – Global Forecast to 2021″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the telecom cloud market size is expected to grow from $10.92 billion in 2016 to $30.79 billion by 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 23.0% during the forecast period.
The digital era is changing the way that organizations think about, protect, and monetize data. Now more than ever they are pushing to be digitally-driven, and to achieve this they must be data-driven.
According to the new market research report “Telecom System Integration Market by Application (OSS, BSS (Billing & Revenue Management, Subscriber Data Management, Service Fulfilment), Network Management, and Digital Services), Deployment Type, and Region – Global Forecast to 2022″,published by MarketsandMarkets™, the telecom system integration market size is expected to grow from $16.56 billion in 2017 to $25.16 billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.7% during the forecast period.
The healthcare industry is on the cusp of transformation due to the transition from paper format to digitized ones. The expansion of the global population, as well as the large geriatric populace, are obvious factors bound to usher in the adoption of digital systems. Healthcare archiving includes the capture and storage of data stored on legacy systems to be managed on a modern format.
Cato Cloud enables a significant WAN transformation for many of our customers, one that addresses a longheld wish for a simpler, more agile infrastructure. A single secure, global network connecting and protecting all offices, resources and users anywhere and managed by a single set of policies — it’s a networking dream come true.
At the same time, networking teams are often concerned about incurring too much risk or disrupting existing MPLS operation while changing their WANs. Cato Cloud was engineered to be deployed incrementally, minimizing risk. Customers address immediate pain-points today while providing a framework for a complete WAN transformation tomorrow.
POS Terminal, POS stands for Point of Sales. The POS terminal is an electronic gadget or device that is used to process card payment. This device is extensively used in retail shops, shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, etc. This gadget is used to complete the payment transaction and to prepare the invoice for the customer. The POS is generally acted as a transactional interface between the merchant and customer when a product or a service is purchased. The POS system is a hardware used in a storefront business which also uses a computer and software to handle the everyday sales and credit card transactions and operations.
The global hosting infrastructure services market is estimated to reach a value of $12 billion in 2019, up from $11 billion in 2018, according to a recently published report by Future Market Insights (FMI). Gains remain underpinned by a range of factors, including continuous advancements in cloud services and migration to hybrid IT environments.
Future Market Insights has analyzed various facets of the global market for document management software in a new research publication titled “Document Management Software Market: Global Industry Analysis (2013-2017) and Opportunity Assessment (2018-2028).”
The cloud wars are becoming a duopoly with Microsoft operating their Azure division and Amazon offering the public their Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Amazon has first leader advantages and works in the fastest growing part of the cloud where they focus more on start ups. Amazon advertises heavily to make sure people know it’s a lower cost provider. The AWS business segment has been growing at an annual rate of 43-55% for the last three years and grew 41% last quarter alone. This is Amazon’s largest margin business.
With doors opened to increased data protection for enterprises of all sizes, the global Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service or DR in the cloud market is projected to lie in the high revenue-high growth quadrant, through 2018-2028, as per a recent analysis by Future Market Insights (FMI). High revenue growth of the global Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service market can be attributed to varying bandwidth, pricing, and scalability solutions being offered to small and medium businesses (SMBs) and smaller enterprises.
A new research publication titled “Cloud Communication Platform Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012-2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2017-2027)” by Future Market Insights focuses on various market acumen on developments, trends, key players, growth drivers and forecasts across important regions of North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), Latin America, Japan and Middle East and Africa (MEA).
The position of one of the most advanced ways for cloud computing has been held by cloud communication technologies over the past few years. Current connected mobile workforce is capable of working from any location which has resulted in essentiality of secure communications. Embedding voice, video and messaging directly into software applications, cloud communication platform developers offer organizations with greater scalability, flexibility & business agility, reducing costs in the long term.
Cloud Radio Access Network (C-RAN) is the centralized baseband processing of many cells. C-RAN offer improved performance with their ability to coordinate between cells and are cost efficient too as a result of pooling resources.