This expert E-Guide from SearchUnifiedCommunications.com explores the benefits collaboration can bring your enterprise and provides an in-depth look at the drivers forcing organizations to find a newer, better UCC solution for their employees to leverage.
When launching a website, many businesses invest in a hosting service but they still don't have the infrastructure needed to handle load spikes, fix bugs, and add features. If like many companies, you chose Drupal to remain agile, managing and changing your website should be no different -- but traditional hosting can hold you back.
Building on recommendations in the Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) SMART 2020 report, this paper explains how companies can replace high environmental impact activities with low carbon alternatives through the network. The result? Efficiencies in workplaces, data centers, transportation and logistics, power grids and buildings.
Whether you're using agile methodologies or a traditional waterfall approach, this white paper can tell you how cloud can be your opportunity to integrate apps and ops into a seamless team that produces and maintains higher-quality applications and services.
In 2007, TVR found that its dated version of Exchange, which was running on Windows NT 4, was running out of disk space and needed to be upgraded or changed. TVR deployed Google Apps to replace its existing Microsoft Exchange environment and improve collaboration, reducing IT costs and risk while increasing agility.
Learn how your organization can take full advantage of all the benefits of cloud computing. Inside, discover a cloud hosting solution that provides speed and agility to your business while allowing you to add workloads as it expands.
Hosted data centers, both outsourced/managed and collocation varieties, provide a unique benefit for some customers through capital savings, employee savings and in some cases an extension of in-house expertise. Traditionally, these facilities were thought of as more SME (Small to Medium Enterprise) customers.