The cloud isn’t just about technology — it’s much more

John Richardson on Wednesday, May 22, 2013

The cloud isn’t just about technology. And you may be surprised to learn that the private cloud project moving slowly through your architecture group should really be your number one priority. But your team may not know it and may not be treating it that way. So what else is the cloud about? It’s also about giving your users what they want, the way they want it. For instance:

Swing Shift Hybrid Cloud

on Monday, November 26, 2012

There is currently much discussion about the fast paced potential growth of the use of hybrid cloud. Hybrid cloud is generally defined as the informational and managerial relationship between an organization’s internal, private cloud and someone else’s cloud, be it public, or hosted private cloud.

Loud squeaky wheels

Juan Orlandini on Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Most of this blog is written by my peers in Datalink's practice management group. Generally, it's not hard to get us to say a lot about a great number of things, so when we get a blog entry request from our fearless blog tormentor (hi Cheryl), we tend to be able to write quite a bit. On Monday, I was asked to write an entry [...]

Benefits of an archiving solution

Datalink on Friday, May 20, 2011

Organizations today face massive growth of their unstructured data. This growth results in e-mail, file, and SharePoint servers that require more and more storage and processing power.

Virtualization in the Big City

Kent Christensen on Tuesday, May 17, 2011

In the last couple weeks, VMware started the spring 2011 tour of VMware Forum events. These are regionally focused one-day “mini VMworlds.” In Washington DC on May 3, they reportedly drew 1,500 attendees, and 1,350 came to the event in New York last week. Attendees not only saw the latest in VMware messaging, but also a myriad of partners that were showing off complementary solutions.