Emerging Technology

The Business Case for Desktop Virtualization

Keeping up with the competition means keeping technology up to date. A sluggish or inflexible technology infrastructure impedes business productivity and security. The truth is that business is no longer limited to an office. Business happens everywhere people are, and organizations need a secure way to access data from any device at anytime from any…

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BYOD is here to Stay

Today’s always-on, highly-mobile workforce is fueling the BYOD phenomenon, with an adopting rate to top 35% by 2016 according to a study by VMWare. Some research even suggest that BYOD will become a requirement as businesses start to take advantage of the cost-savings and responsiveness offered by BYOD. Employee demand for these devices is cited…

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NAC Security in a BYOD Environment

Network access control (NAC) is a solution whose time has come. The popularity of BYOD and business-critical SaaS apps, makes NAC a critical infrastructure component. NAC bolsters the security of a proprietary network by restricting the availability of network resources to endpoint devices that comply with a defined security policy. NAC restricts the data that…

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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Email Communication Improved

Thousands upon thousands of businesses rely on Microsoft Exchange Server to manage their email. Exchange server helps ensure communications are always available, at a cost that fits most budgets. With the recent release of Exchange Server 2013, Microsoft has built on its proven Exchange Server technology and offers some compelling incentives to upgrade. One major…

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Dynamic Web Acceleration – Speed Up Your Business’ Internet

Dynamic web acceleration is a service that enables businesses to quickly and reliably deliver applications and dynamic content from a centralized infrastructure to users around the globe. Standard Internet protocols were not designed to support the delivery of applications and dynamic content that many business rely on today. As network distances increase between the user…

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Windows Server 2012 — Coming Soon

Microsoft has announced a release date of September 2012 for Windows Server 2012, designed with the cloud in mind. From building and operating a public cloud to delivering a highly dynamic, available, and cost-effective server platform for the private cloud, Windows Server 2012 helps businesses optimize their technology infrastructures with a variety of new features…

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When Should Your Update Your Computer’s Operating System?

Windows XP has been around since 2001 — eons in technology time — yet, today Windows XP still has a market share of 27%. Which mean lots of businesses are still running an 11-year-old operating system. Windows Vista didn’t motivate a lot of businesses to upgrade and by the time Windows 7 came along, most…

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Cloud Economics from Google’s CIO

“The economics of cloud computing are driving down the cost structure of business so far and so fast that it’s scary,” said Google CIO Ben Fried when addressing the cloud boom at the Bloomberg Link Enterprise Technology Summit in New York in May 2012. He believes the macroeconomics of the cloud will force companies to…

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Windows 8: Should Businesses Upgrade?

Though Windows 8 has not yet been released (it is scheduled to launch sometime in 2012), the consumer preview has been circulated for review and tech experts think there are a few features that make it a good bet for businesses, especially businesses that have not yet adopted Windows 7 and will probably be looking…

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Delaying Server Refreshes: What is the Real Cost?

We typically recommend businesses refresh their servers every four years. That timeframe allows SMBs to get the most out of their server investment before moving on to improved technologies that accommodate expansions in both data and staff. During this tight economy, businesses may be tempted to delay server refresh from every four years to every…

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