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Cost Savings, Operational Efficiency in the Cloud

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Marketplace offerings often outpace adoption rates for midmarket companies, but when innovative technology leaders place big bets, their companies stand to win big. Norman Whitelaw and his team at GSE Environmental are being touted as Microsoft’s midmarket poster child for strategic visioning in leveraging cloud technology through their Azure platform. While laggards and late adopters […]
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Cloud as a Culture

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Cloud is not a technology. Cloud is not a service. Cloud is not a platform. Cloud is not a tool. Cloud is not even really a noun anymore…… Why is it that DevOps, CI/CD, Automation, Agile methodologies and other technologies/methodologies are so closely associated to the word Cloud?  Recently a colleague comment on an article […]
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Data Security in the Cloud

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Coming on the heels of this week’s DoD attack on Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, CIO Shawn Wiora shared a high-level overview of his company’s journey to 100% cloud-based platforms at Creative Healthcare Solutions, a Texas-based operator of hospice and elder care facilities. He made headlines last year after challenging his peer CIOs in the healthcare sector that […]
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Datto Acquires Backupify to Create First Total Data Protection Platform

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Datto, the preferred global provider of hybrid cloud-based backup, disaster recovery (BDR) and business continuity solutions, recently announced the acquisition of Backupify, the leading provider of cloud-to-cloud backup and recovery solutions for software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. The acquisition creates the first complete platform to protect business data no matter where it lives. Datto and Backupify have […]
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Increasing Services Despite Budget Cuts

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By Blair Shiver, Midmarket CIO Journal Staff Writer   For years, business travelers and college students alike could connect with the office and conduct research nearly anywhere for the price of a cup of coffee. But as hotels that offered free Wi-Fi began upgrading their infrastructure to attract more guests and Starbucks needed to turn […]
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