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Microsoft Hyper-V or VMWare?

Editorial Team December 24, 2012 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments

When choosing the right hypervisor for your enterprise environment, it is essential for IT managers to know which features are most important, the pros and cons of each of the technologies, and the appropriate implementation methods.  Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware should be examined thoroughly and rated on factors such as performance, scalability, and ease of integration with the company’s existing system.

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Cloud – Perfect Solution for Forex, SEO, ASP’s & Engineering Firms!

Editorial Team November 12, 2012 by under VPS Hosting 0 Comments

Strategizing and deploying a strong computing backbone for your company requires an approach that is both sophisticated and affordable. Because keeping budgetary requirements low is crucial for business development, many firms are shifting from dedicated servers to cloud hosting or VPS hosting plans. Atlantic.Net has fully embraced the cloud hosting model, boasting innovative technologies in packages that fit every budget.

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Newer Cloud Servers with 40Gigabit Infiniband

Editorial Team October 24, 2012 by under HIPAA Data Centers 0 Comments

If you’re starting to notice a system slowdown as your busy server and cloud connections struggle to handle your ever-increasing data volume, you’re ready to upgrade. Newer cloud servers with 40Gigabit InfiniBand vs. 1GB or 10GB can take you to higher bandwidth and lower latency (Latency is another word for the noticeable lag time between server and client. Low latency is important in user interface applications as well as processing large amounts of data backup.)

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Five Cloud Computing Myths

Separating the myths from the facts of cloud computing is a good place to start when you are trying to figure out the best solution for your business.  Let’s take a look at five popular cloud computing myths and the realities behind them so that you can make intelligent and informed decisions about the cloud.

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Enterprise Checklist: How to Best Utilize the Cloud

Some factors to consider when deciding if cloud hosting services are a good fit for your business

1) Determine which IT activities take up the most time and money

An internal audit is the first step in transitioning to cloud services. You need to understand where your IT budget is going, but more importantly, where your IT staff feels overwhelmed. Cloud-based resources are not necessarily replacements for an internal IT team; some tasks and functions can be done more effectively by people on-site. But in many cases, tasks like server maintenance, security patching, and backup/recovery can be made part of a cloud services package and free up your IT staff to help with other tasks on-site.

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Cloud Computing Risks in Comparison to Other Data Options

Editorial Team January 22, 2011 by under HIPAA Data Centers 0 Comments

Cloud Security Concerns

In speaking to customers over the years, we’ve noticed that one of the most common concerns about cloud computing or IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) is the fear that transmitting your data and storing it offsite will expose you to security breaches or other risks. We should be clear: cloud computing does involve some risks. Any time you transmit or store data, there’s the chance that something will go wrong. But we believe very strongly that in comparison to other data storage options, including in-house hardware and networks, cloud computing offers the best security and ease of use. To explain this idea, we want to make two main points:

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Healthcare IT – A Guide to the Cloud & Managed Server Hosting

Virtualization has created new possibilities and opportunities for the health care segment of technology. Healthcare IT Professionals specializing in virtualization technologies are now finding more attractive and lucrative opportunities, especially with the new Health Care Reform and health care IT initiatives introduced by the new Administration.
Virtualization is the technology behind cloud computing, and it makes such a pool of network resources a genuine possibility.

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