• 09.16 2014
    Articles, Industry News

    DataGryd Opens for Business in NYC, With Telx as First Tenant

    NEW YORK - The newest player in Manhattan’s data center scene is about to open its doors within 60 Hudson Street, the iconic Manhattan connectivity hub in TriBeCa. DataGryd is operating out of four floors in 60 Hudson, representing nearly a quarter million square feet of space in one of New York’s most wired addresses. One of those floors houses a brand new data center for Telx, which continues an aggressive expansion in the greater New York market. Telx is the primary interconnection provider within 60 Hudson, making it a natural tenant for DataGryd. Read More ➚
  • 09.11 2014
    Articles

    7 Points Healthcare Execs Should Consider for Cloud Computing

    A report from the Institute for Health Technology Transformation, which includes input from four provider IT leaders and a major cloud vendor, addresses the status of cloud computing along with seven takeaways that healthcare executives should know. Findings in the report along with other industry surveys “indicate that the most important concerns that healthcare organizations have about the cloud are related to security and control of data, regulatory compliance, availability, bandwidth and cost,” according to authors. “Nevertheless, it is clear that these concerns are gradually diminishing as providers begin to see the many benefits of going to the cloud." Read More ➚
  • 09.11 2014
    Articles

    Introducing the Hybrid Cloud – A New Way to Think About Cloud Computing

    The last few years have seen a definite explosion of interest in cloud computing solutions for businesses of all sizes, to the point of cloud storage wars bringing down the price and ever increasing data storage. However, while cloud computing offers several distinct advantages for small to medium sized businesses, some business owners have been hesitant to consign all of their company’s important data to a public storage medium. Still, the advantages of cloud computing are hard to ignore... Read More ➚
  • 09.05 2014
    Articles

    Cloud In An Information World

    Working in the information security field, I obviously hear a lot about the cloud and its many security implications. There are definitely valid security concerns associated with cloud computing, but isn't the entire industry of information security based on the concept of securing information – no matter where it resides? Security professionals need to accept the cloud as simply another platform that must be secured in order to protect information. Working with a variety of businesses, I have learned that each takes its own approach to embracing cloud solutions. While there are obviously some similarities between cloud acceptance and organization type, corporate culture seems to be the larger variable in play for the adoption of cloud... Read More ➚
  • 09.04 2014
    Articles

    Business Intelligence Moving to the Cloud

    As data is increasingly stored and managed in the cloud, more businesses are considering moving their business intelligence (BI) to the cloud as well. Many midsize businesses and enterprises may have been holding off on shifting these kinds of mission-critical operations to a cloud-based solution, but at this point the benefits far outweigh the risks and IT managers cannot afford to have their business be one of the few remaining holdouts... Read More ➚
  • 09.04 2014
    Articles

    How Small Businesses Can Benefit From Cloud Storage

    Cloud storage options are quickly emerging as one of the most popular, and efficient methods of storing important data that you simply couldn’t bear to lose. Even though the concept of cloud storage has been around for a significant period of time now, many people still do not understand what it entails. Many small businesses struggle with making the step to this alternate form of storage, as they feel unsure about whether or not it is a safe solution to keeping their data secure. They wonder whether they can depend on software that has not been locally stored in their computer to provide them with the data they need, and whether it is possible to rely on firms from other parts of the world to keep their information safe. The truth is, cloud storage provides many businesses for small, to medium sized companies... Read More ➚
  • 09.04 2014
    Articles

    How To Build A Hybrid Cloud System For Your SMB

    For small business owners watching the use of cloud computing accelerating around them, it can be easy to simply jump onto the bandwagon. However, cloud computing in the SMB sector is still cautious of moving wholesale to these hosted services, which is why a hybrid approach has become highly popular. The RightScale 'State of the Cloud' report 2014 states: "Although the use of cloud is a given, enterprises often have different strategies for adopting cloud that incorporate varying combinations of public, private, and hybrid cloud infrastructure. Enterprises have multiple choices when it comes to cloud architecture because multiple cloud vendors are ready to provide services."... Read More ➚

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