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Posted on Apr 30 2013 - 12:34am by admin
Comments Off on The ROI Of Disaster Recovery
When Disaster Hits Your Data Center, Will it be Fully Recoverable in < 2 Hours? Data recovery solutions from nScaled protect data, servers and even entire data centers. Our Recovery as a Service solution combines disaster recovery, backup, business continuity and archiving into a single, integrated platform. Disaster recovery at some level is an insurance policy you will eventually use. The growing number of natural events and hackers practically gu...
Posted on Apr 30 2013 - 12:19am by admin
Comments Off on Getting RaaS (DRaaS) Right
Disaster Recovery in the Cloud Most IT departments are now familiar with RaaS and the basic questions they should ask providers. They know to look at RTO and RPO capabilities, to compare the often complex pricing based on number of servers, amount of storage consumed, etc. But there are more nuanced issues that companies need to understand to determine if RaaS is right for them. With this white paper, you’ll examine: - How backup is not disa...
Posted on Apr 25 2013 - 12:10am by admin
Comments Off on Cloud 101: Developing A Cloud-Computing Strategy For Higher Education
In the search for a more scalable approach to IT infrastructure, a growing number of schools see cloud-based computing as a tremendous opportunity to achieve large-scale efficiencies without sacrificing performance. Yet in order to realize these benefits and get the maximum return on their investment, colleges and universities must take into account the various challenges and considerations unique to each particular environment. No cloud solution shou...
Posted on Apr 24 2013 - 8:11am by admin
Comments Off on Connected Event Dilemma
So the future of your big event is a connected one, and you can either get in the way or get in front of the game -- by installing a wireless network to improve the fan experience while also potentially enriching your game-day revenue per seat. As even the earliest statistics are showing, these in-stadium networks are going to need high-performance bandwidth that can be tuned to all the nooks and crannys where fans will be sitting, eating and otherwis...
Posted on Apr 24 2013 - 8:06am by admin
Comments Off on Ultra-High Density Wireless Network Case Study: Microsoft Events
Microsoft partnered with Xirrus in the fall of 2008 for the PDC event at the Los Angeles Convention Center to deliver an ultra-high density wireless network. Download to read more. ...
Posted on Apr 24 2013 - 7:51am by admin
Comments Off on Case Study: Carnegie Mellon
Carnegie Mellon can provide more reliable wireless access with fewer devices campus-wide, which significantly reduced the cost of wireless implementation and management. Download to read more. ...
Posted on Apr 24 2013 - 7:12am by admin
Comments Off on Teaching Higher Education How To Do Smarter Wireless
As colleges and universities continue to see value in intelligent wireless networking, mobility will be the new norm. Faculty and students expect to connect without wires. They depend on it. The explosion of smartphones and tablets has seen to that. According to ABI Research, there were 1.5 billion Wi-Fi enabled devices shipped in 2012. Students are early adopters of technology. So those devices are finding their way into dorms and classrooms first. T...
Posted on Apr 23 2013 - 6:45am by admin
Comments Off on Bring-Your-Own-Device Requires New Network Strategies
The concept of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is driving the most significant IT shift since the dawn of computing. The migration to mobile computing promises to bring us closer to the vision of being able to deliver any content to any device no matter where the worker is located. This transition to mobile computing is being driven by three major IT trends: The evolution of devices, the migration to cloud based applications and rapid advancements in wir...
Posted on Apr 23 2013 - 5:56am by admin
Comments Off on Inside Healthcare IT Today
As federal and state mandates swirl about them, healthcare organizations continue pushing their way forward on a variety of key technology initiatives. Many are well on their way to full use of electronic health records, enabling complete mobility for their medical staffs, and building barriers around personally identifiable health information. But, many healthcare IT executives admit, much work is yet to be done in using IT to improve patient care an...
Posted on Apr 23 2013 - 12:10am by admin
Comments Off on Cloud Adoption Strategy For Public Sector
Federal, state, and local government agencies are adopting private and community clouds to reduce costs and increase agility. Carefully selecting the architecture and planning the transition will help increase benefits and avoid risk. This paper is intended for government business managers and IT professionals who have already decided in principle to adopt cloud computing and are now planning the transition. Read more.   ...