Cloud Computing Drives a New Era in IT Business

Cloud computing represents a shift in enterprise IT. It affects how IT resources and applications are created, purchased, and deployed. Colloquially known as The Cloud, this paradigm of computing has also shifted the business model of the IT industry. It has empowered end-users to seek out their own IT resources, especially applications, fundamentally changing the balance of power when purchasing computing resources. There are three areas of the IT landscape that are affected by the move to the Cloud. They are: Applications, which have seen barriers to creating, deploying, and buying applications disappear for both lines of business and IT purchasers as well as developers. Infrastructure, reducing the need for on-premises data centers while promising infinite scalability Channel partners who are experiencing major changes to how they provide value to customers now that installation and distribution has become more self-service and purchases are made via subscriptions and not on-premises licenses. For more information*, email: info@neuralytix.com *Caveat Emptor: the report retails for...

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Energizing The Storage Industry

It is no surprise that data storage costs represent one of the largest line items in IT’s budgets. However, as technologies such as Big Data, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and other data-intensive workloads pervade enterprises, storage must also be able to scale performance. Cost mitigation and improved performance are typically diametrically opposed concepts. Data efficiency technologies, which include thin provisioning, data deduplication, and compression can allow vendors to improve scalability, increase performance and reduce cost at the same time. The latter two technologies provide the greatest impact and return for end-users, as well as enabling storage vendors to increase profitability, which provides a perfect win-win situation for all. To read the complete article, CLICK...

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