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What Role Does the Cloud Play in Enterprise Mobility Management?

Adnan Raja August 3, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Cloud computing and enterprise mobility management (EMM) are a perfect combination. The cloud can enable easier deployment, security, and control of EMM scenarios, particularly bring-your-own-device (BYOD).

  • Why BYOD?
  • EMM Via the BYOD Cloud for Security
  • Cloud-Delivered EMM Prevents Time-Wasting
  • Cloud BYOD Optimizes Efficiency
  • Strong Cloud Partner for BYOD

Cloud computing and the gradual transition to a work environment without walls are related trends that create opportunities for businesses. Using cloud, companies can develop a stronger competitive edge and streamline their businesses with mobile, as long as they adopt strong and secure management of their employees’ devices.

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Ensuring Cloud Compliance In Regulated Industries

  • Why is Cloud Computing Worth the Effort for Regulated Companies?
  • What Are You Up Against?
  • What Can You Do to Adopt Cloud Effectively?
  • Partners that Understand Compliance

The businesses that run into the most difficulties when transitioning to cloud computing solutions are those that are strictly regulated, such as finance and healthcare. What are the challenges? How can they be overcome? And why is the effort worth it?

Let’s start with the last of those questions.

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How Cloud Computing Will Enable Businesses To Harness The Internet of Things

Adnan Raja May 13, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

You may have heard last year that General Electric was completely committing itself to the public cloud. This really was a major announcement just for the sheer size, prominence, and historical success of GE. General Electric tech COO Chris Drumgoole remarked that more than nine out of every ten applications deployed by the corporation throughout 2014 were built and released via cloud computing.

“If you look at our new apps, north of 90 percent of what we deployed this year has gone into a public cloud environment,” Drumgoole explained. “We still have a lot of old stuff that hasn’t moved yet, but if you look at our new stuff, we’re there.”

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Compassion and Humanity: Ubuntu LTS for Linux SSD Cloud

Brett Haines February 23, 2015 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Developed and managed in conjunction by the open source community and Canonical, Ubuntu is one of the most popular distributions of the Linux operating system. The name itself is a nod to the synergistic, “share and share alike” philosophy that is considered a pillar of the open source movement. Ubuntu is a word used in Xhosa and Zulu that is roughly translated as humanity, compassion, or the whole is better than the sum of its parts.

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The Fluff-Free, Research-Driven Cloud

Adnan Raja December 15, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

This report will review five cloud predictions made earlier this year by IBM’s Gery Menegaz, as follows:

  • Setting aside the fluff
  • Prediction #1: Better software access
  • Prediction #2: Astronomical expansion
  • Prediction #3: Continuing shift to hybrid models
  • Prediction #4: Stronger development focus
  • Prediction #5: Disruptive levels of innovation
  • The research-driven cloud.

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Atlantic.Net Launches $.99 Server “Go” Plan To Push The Advancement Of Startup Innovation

Adnan Raja September 30, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

This plan is no longer available as of April 7, 2015

The $.99 Server “Go” plan includes a 256MB Linux or FreeBSD virtual machine, 10GB of SSD storage, and 1TB of outbound bandwidth which will dramatically reduce the cost of developing the next big idea

We are pleased to announce the availability of our newly launched $.99 server “Go” plan. Aggressively priced, the new server includes a 256MB Linux or FreeBSD Cloud VPS (Virtual Private Server), 10GB of SSD storage, and 1TB of outbound bandwidth (unlimited inbound bandwidth). Also included is A+B redundant power on each server, enterprise SSDs, RAID redundant storage, multiple Internet uplinks, optional backup, and much more.

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Private Company vs. Belly-Up Cloud Hosting

Adnan Raja July 28, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

  • Financial Stability of Cloud Providers
  • Stats on Private Company Growth
  • Characteristics of Private Companies – Highlights
  • The Private Hosting Advantage

Financial Stability of Cloud Providers

This video – “Cloud Hosting Companies Are Dropping Like Flies” — discusses that many cloud hosting companies are shutting down. That makes sense. There has been a huge amount of money injected into the cloud industry, which means there have been many startups. When it comes down it, startups are test businesses. They haven’t proven themselves capable of maintaining solvency. While you may want to run technological test projects yourself, you never want to serve as a guinea pig in an infrastructure experiment since that puts your online presence at risk.

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Cloud Scalability for a Limitless App Launch

Brett Haines July 27, 2014 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

  • What is Scalability?
  • Tech Definition #1
  • Tech Definition #2
  • Scalable SSD Cloud

The above whiteboard animation discusses numerous benefits of using SSD cloud for the hosting of your app: ease, time-to-market, freedom, affordability, cost flexibility, and scalability. Scalability is one of the most exciting features of cloud: distributed virtual servers make the resources available to each independent system essentially limitless.

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HIPAA Hosting Solution for Advanced Directive and Durable Power of Attorney Documents: A Real World Scenario

Brett Haines June 1, 2014 by under Healthcare IT 0 Comments

HIPAA Hosting Solution for Advanced Directive and Durable Power of Attorney Documents: A Real World Scenario
Various marketing sites argue for the power of customer-sourced content, suggesting that individual remarks and questions can create great material for other users. After all, the details of a situation may be unique, but the general concerns tend to be shared by others, at least those within the same industry.

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Common Questions of SSD Cloud Users – A Real World Scenario

SSD vs. HDD joke

Our blog functions, in part, to present typical interactions between our hosting consultants and individual clients. The users of our hosting solutions often have similar questions, and this “Real World Scenario” series allows us to highlight helpful information provided in these discussions. The below dialogue is based on an exchange between our staff and a potential customer interested in our SSD Cloud offerings.

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