The importance of a MSP

The importance of a MSP
Everyone’s looking to IT to create business value and innovation but they lack the resources. A cloud managed services provider may be the solution.

To whom is Cloud for?

To whom is Cloud for?
An episode of the former CBS’s “The Good Wife” series captured the usual misperception about Cloud computing. “Do me a favor,” the character played by Julianna Margulies tells her son. “I need all my company contacts saved from my company cloud to my Cloud. Can you do that?” Her son replies, “Mom, you have no idea what any of those words mean, do you?”

Cloud Resilience

Cloud Resilience
Mobile, social, Internet of Things: all these technologies are shaping businesses, making them more productive, flexible and agile. But as our confidence increases, with our 24/7 openness and availability, a chance of a disaster increases as well. The dependency of businesses on IT makes downtime and data loss much less acceptable.

Cloud for SMEs and Startups

Cloud for SMEs and Startups
Important differences in ICT adoption and usage between large and small firms exist, with SMEs and startups facing several barriers to adopting ICTs and digital technologies in their operational activities, in particular in having the resources to acquire the necessary complementary knowledge-based assets, such as organizational and human capital.

Cloud and Business Mobility

Cloud and Business Mobility
By 2020 millennials will account for about 50% of the workforce. As such, they will undoubtedly be an extremely influential base within the global workforce. This digitally native generation expects a different level of customer experience.

Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud?

Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud?
The numbers released a few months ago by Gartner leave no doubt: the growth of the cloud is an undeniable trend. Cost reduction, rapid technological change, reduced initial investment or the use of resources as necessary are some of the factors that have proved to be decisive for its implementation. It should be borne in mind, however, that their adoption has some inherent challenges and the choice of the most appropriate implementation model is one of them.

From Lead to Order

From Lead to Order
The business fundamentals have not changed: Acquire, Retain and Grow. But the world around us has. We have more demanding customers that live in a digital world and new and more opportunities in a higher competitive landscape that accelerate changes and challenge our economy.

Cloud: Cost Model

Cloud: Cost Model
To enterprises or even startups that are expanding, scale is important. If you they have capital to invest, choosing an on-premise solution may sound right. But having money does not mean they do not care about costs right?

Competence Center or Programmers?

Competence Center or Programmers?
Today’s business demands must be answered with speed, knowledge, experience and analytical thinking. The Request for Proposal (RFP) as we have known in the past is now being replaced by the challenge posed in the transformations’ resolution operated in each client. It is up to us “implementers” to understand the business, adapt, and creatively contribute n the construction of a solution for each situation.

CLOUD: Control and Security – What’s the difference?

CLOUD: Control and Security – What’s the difference?
Most companies see Cloud as a way to be more agile and cost-efficient. While true, this thinking is built on a shaky foundation. With the bewildering and contradictory Cloud information on the Internet, it can be hard understand exactly what this means or entails. We often fear what we don’t know. So, our mission is to demystify and advise by starting to distinguish two concepts: control and security.
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