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10 Things you need to know about Hybrid IT Strategies

A hybrid infrastructure—bringing together on-premises and cloud capabilities—is a strategy many enterprises are embracing in order to maximise the flexibility and performance they need from their IT operations. Here are ten things to think about as you consider a hybrid strategy for your organisation.

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10 Things you need to know about Colocation

To help maximise control over your data centre while minimising hassles with things like air conditioning, power supplies, network connections and other ancillary matters, it may be time to take a close look at colocation. Here are ten things to think about as you consider colocation for

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10 Things you need to know about Office 365

Microsoft® Office 365 is a top choice for enterprises that want a cloud-based suite of productivity/ collaboration applications. With Office 365, you get access to Microsoft™ Office solutions practically anytime, anywhere, on virtually any device. It’s a great option for current Microsoft users who can now build on their experience with Microsoft™ solutions.

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10 Things You Need to Know About Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS)

Tired of allocating huge amounts of your IT budget to managing desktops when it could be done more effectively and at less cost via the cloud? Take advantage of this primer on DaaS (Desktop-as-a-Service) and see if a NaviSite DaaS solution is right for your organisation.

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10 Things you need to know about Managed Applications

Are cloud-managed applications in your future? The answer is almost certainly “yes.” Take advantage of this primer and learn the ins and outs of cloud managed applications including the 80/20 rule, the impact of Millennials, Big Data, security issues and more.

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Hybrid Cloud: What It Really Means to the Future of Enterprise IT

All of this explains why the phenomenon known as ‘hybrid cloud’ is more than a passing fad. Hybrid clouds were initially viewed as waystations on the road to purer all-cloud implementations.

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Choosing the Right Cloud Provider for Your Business

Looking at business yesterday vs. business today, one of the biggest differences is speed. Business moves faster today. Business cycles, market opportunities (and challenges), product lifespans—they have all been compressed. Cloud computing is now an essential part of the IT mainstream. Proven. Here to stay.

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Cloud in 2015: why Azure and AWS are taking a back seat to a more personal service.

A discussion of how your business could benefit from a personalised hybrid-cloud solution versus off-the-shelf cloud providers.

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Extracting the Full Value of the Cloud

Today, cloud adoption is rapidly expanding its footprint and is no longer simply a theoretical or academic conversation that enterprise organizations are debating. This whitepaper is structured for business leaders evaluating enterprise cloud services, and uses real-world customer experiences to examine the business impact of the Cloud: IT Innovation, Application Delivery, Increased Employee Efficiency.

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How the Cloud is Reshaping Virtual Desktops

This whitepaper  will explore: • The reasons to change traditional desktop computing strategies • Why cloud-hosted virtual desktops are a compelling solution for many businesses • How to leverage cloud-hosted desktops for Windows rollouts, mobile and departmental workers and disaster recovery scenarios

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Bring your Own Device and the Cloud

A Bring Your Own Device strategy that allows staff to use their employee owned devices can boost both morale and efficiency in the workplace, while taking the burden off of IT to provision the hardware. But BYOD poses significant management challenges, especially with respect to security.

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7 Steps To Developing A Cloud Security Plan

As enterprises move more of their IT resources to the cloud, protecting against security breaches is a top concern. IT executives often cite worries over security as a reason why they are not taking greater advantage of cloud services.

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The Technical Foundations of Business Resilience

Increasing business complexity—more markets, more products, more services— translates into a significantly greater reliance on IT to keep organisations running at peak efficiency. IT is the differentiator, enabling entirely new classes of virtual products and services backed by responsive customer support and driving marketing programmes and initiatives that were unthinkable even five years ago.

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How Cloud Services Are Transforming BCDR

Ever since IT systems and networks became mission critical, business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solutions have been of high priority in virtually every enterprise. Today, as IT infrastructures become bigger and more complex, more mobile, and more virtualised, BCDR is even more important—and more of a challenge.

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