Cloud Service Providers: Why Using One May Not Be a Bad Idea

  • September 23, 2019

Relinquishing control of your IT environment may not sound too appealing at first, but I bet you’ll change your mind by the end of this post. Allowing a cloud service provider (or CSP) to configure, monitor, and take responsibility for your environment may seem like a big jump, but you need to look at it from a different perspective. Don’t think of it as losing control of your environment, think of releasing accountability. Let someone else take ownership of your cloud environment so you can focus on the rest of your company’s IT needs. Lighten Your IT Load As a […]

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Daily Cloud: Network as a Competitive Weapon

  • July 19, 2016

Originally posted to Daily Cloud by Jeff Ferry Companies increasingly do business with multiple cloud providers. A company might use Office 365 for its email, requiring a connection to Microsoft Azure. Working with SaaS providers like Salesforce.com or Workday requires network connections to those providers. An e-commerce website is likely to be hosted at Amazon Web Services, while its mission-critical enterprise apps might stay on-premise or be deployed at a private cloud provider like New York’s Webair. Webair adds value through its distinctive network strategy. For many customers, Webair designs and builds a network bridge, or a network connection from […]

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