New Cloud Revenue Streams for 2015

As more and more businesses start to use shared services to outsource their IT operations, it is becoming more evident how beneficial these services truly are. The ever-changing demands and needs of business makes it challenging for organizations to provide their employees and customers with the services they need and want when they need them. […]

2014 New York Cloud Expo: Hybrid Cloud Growth Potential

Business discussions around cloud computing are increasingly focused on the idea of a hybrid cloud strategy. Instead of plans to move all data and applications to a cloud platform or to maintain an on-site data center strategy only, a hybrid of the two approaches is becoming a top consideration for many organizations. The trend toward […]

Is Your Infrastructure Ruining Your Business?

Not only is it essential that you have a strong standard business infrastructure, you should also make sure that your company’s digital infrastructure is equally as strong. More and more business is done online, which makes a strong digital infrastructure more essential than ever. It’s entirely possible that your current infrastructure is costing you business […]

Do Rackspace’s New Dedicated Servers Behave Just Like Cloud VMs?

Life on the virtual cloud can be a great experience for tech users. Being able to store, manage and access information and data wherever you go and whenever you need it, without actually using a hard drive offers great convenience. However, as with most technologies, the cloud is not perfect for every application. Plus, although […]

Cloud Strategies for the SMBs

In my consultancies more and more SMBs are emphasizing that the cloud is for the big guys and the cloud solutions are unreachable for them. When I dig deeper, I find out that the SMBs are either not doing the math correctly because they are making mistakes in comparing cloud offerings or making wrong assumptions. […]

Geek In The New Year

Geek Ethicist Santa

It’s almost 2014. We are finishing our holiday shopping, planning New Year’s events and getting ready to feast on all the good food of the season. I’m no Isaac Asimov–his predictions for 2014 were remarkably accurate and his writing was incredible–but I’ve got a few predictions of my own for 2014 and beyond. Some trends to […]

2013 Resolutions to Make Your Web Site Better

There’s no shame in admitting we all procrastinate about making changes. The tougher the changes, the more we dread making them. Thank goodness New Year’s Day comes around and give us the excuse to make changes as if it were a deadline we need to keep. Some people join a gym to lose weight or […]