Finding Success with Migrating Applications to the Cloud

Finding Success with Migrating Applications to the Cloud

If you’re like most enterprises, migrating applications to the cloud is part of a bigger strategy for improving the customer experience, increasing agility and integrating data, and better understanding the customer. The cloud also offers infrastructure cost reduction and scalability, and you can turn updates and troubleshooting over to a service provider.

Why Small Businesses Are Migrating to Cloud Communications

Why Small Businesses Are Migrating to Cloud Communications

As small businesses come to the end of their contracts for traditional phone systems, they’re considering a move that could create significant savings and level the playing field with affordable advanced features. Migrating to cloud communications gives small businesses access to tools that, just a few years ago, were only available to big corporations.

Five Benefits of Cloud Services

Five Benefits of Cloud Services

The cloud often seems as if it’s something that’s meant more for large companies. But the benefits of cloud services for small businesses might be even more disruptive than for bigger organizations. Consider these common reasons for migrating to the cloud:

Improved productivity: Moving to the cloud means employees can work anytime, anywhere.

Virtualization vs. Cloud Technology (for business): Spotting The Differences

Virtualization vs. Cloud Technology (for business): Spotting The Differences

Are virtualization and Cloud technology adequate for your business? Do you know the difference? Experts consider the word 'Cloud' as a generic term, while 'virtualization' is often mistaken for Cloud technology. Although the two are similar, they are not interchangeable and the difference is important enough to influence business decisions.

4 Common Misconceptions of Data Management in the Cloud

4 Common Misconceptions of Data Management in the Cloud

Companies of all sizes are adopting the cloud in some form or fashion. There are several challenges to utilizing various public cloud offerings and many companies fail to realize that they’re ultimately responsible for their cloud-stored data.

In a recent survey of 1,200 global companies conducted by Vanson Bourne and commissioned by Veritas, the majority are misguided when it comes to securing their data in public clouds.