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Tech Target

May 14, 2019

AWS IQ marketplace taps demand for AWS experts

AWS IQ, now under development, will match certified AWS experts with customers who need expert help on cloud projects. The service appears similar to freelance, ‘gig economy’ platforms such as Upwork and could serve the needs of smaller businesses.

Techerati

May 9, 2019

Comprehensive guide to preparing staff for a disaster recovery

Preparing for the human side of disaster recovery is just as important as planning for the technical side. Here’s how to train your workforce.

Cloud Tech News

April 30, 2019

You’re not seeing the savings you expected from multi-cloud – so what do you do now?

If your organisation is among those with surprisingly high multi-cloud costs, rest assured: it is possible to align costs with expectations.

CRN

April 25, 2019

Apple Cut AWS Spending By Almost Half In 2018: Report

Technology giant Apple cut its spending on cloud computing from Amazon Web Services last year to approximately $370 million from $775 million in 2017, according to a report by The Information.

TechTarget

April 24, 2019

4 customer insights research techniques for your organization

Use these four customer insights research techniques to develop effective strategies that create a better customer experience and improve the bottom line.

Data Center Dynamics

April 24, 2019

IT outages are inevitable, here’s how to effectively manage your next one

An effective disaster recovery plan is all about the details.

TechRepublic

April 23, 2019

What digital transformation actually means for an organization

Digital transformation is more than just an industry buzzword. Here’s what it means for businesses.

InformationWeek

April 12, 2019

Ease Disaster Recovery Drama with Communication Plan

You can do a lot to take the edge off people’s concerns, maintain the company’s reputation, and minimize any long-term damage when you put a plan in place.

Health Data Management

March 29, 2019

7 critical steps in testing a disaster recovery plan

It’s crucial for a healthcare organization to keep its crisis plan up to date, especially as the entity grows and changes.

Information Management

March 29, 2019

7 tips for stress testing a disaster recovery plan

It’s a bit like an insurance policy: we all agree we need it and we all hope we’ll never use it. And nobody wants to discover their DR plan doesn’t actually protect them when a disaster hits.

InformationWeek

March 13, 2019

Weighing Opinions on Going Multicloud versus Vendor Lock-In

Advantages and limitations separate these two camps when it comes to choosing a strategy for cloud transformation.

TechBeacon

March 12, 2019

Will AI take your IT operations job?

Big AI-related job changes are coming to the IT operations world. Here’s what to expect, and how to start preparing.

CRN

February 26, 2019

FinOps Foundation: New Trade Group Shares Cloud Cost-Optimization Best Practices

‘It’s really about bringing together the tech side—the DevOps side—with the finance teams and the line-of-business owners who now have to be responsible for their lines of business in cloud,” say J.R. Storment, co-founder of Cloudability, in unveiling the the nonprofit trade association.

InformationWeek

February 14, 2019

Myth or Matter: Is There a DevOps Talent Shortage?

Enterprises that hold out to hire DevOps unicorns may be overlooking worthwhile workers who are already available.

TechTarget

February 13, 2019

Amazon tightens requirements on AWS managed service providers

Revised guidelines for AWS managed service providers tighten certification requirements and deepen partner audits and demand for fresh customer references.

TechTarget

January 28, 2019

Amazon WorkLink aims to simplify secure mobile device access

Amazon WorkLink is a new managed service AWS said can help enterprises avoid the headaches and expense to manage traditional VPN and mobile device management infrastructure. It’s the latest move by the cloud provider into end-user computing.

Ars Technica

January 17, 2019

How running websites has changed in the last two decades (for an Ars IT guru)

Ars’ IT guru Jason Marlin has 20+ years in information infrastructure—game’s changed a bit.

Bootstrapping

January 10, 2019

Brendan Caulfield of ServerCentral Turing Group

ServerCentral recently merged with Turing Group that has created a company of over 120 employees with the intention of hiring 20% more before the end…

Crain's

December 12, 2018

Shift to the cloud drives merger activity

Chicago-based ServerCentral, a private-cloud specialist that operates its own data centers, is buying Turing Group, which focuses on Amazon Web Services.

CRN

December 12, 2018

ServerCentral, AWS Advanced Consulting Partner Turing Group Come Together To Meet Hybrid Cloud Demand

AWS Advanced Consulting Partner Turing Group is joining forces with MSP ServerCentral to combine global managed data center and network services with public cloud and AWS expertise, Turing Group’s co-founder told CRN.

CRN

December 3, 2018

CRN’s 2018 Products Of The Year

CRN editors looked at the best new products and major updates of 2018 and then turned to solution providers to choose the winners based on technology, revenue and profit opportunities, and customer demand.

CRN

November 27, 2018

AWS CEO Andy Jassy To Partners: ‘There Are So Many Customers That Need Your Help’

‘The consulting partners that make the time and investment to educate and train are the ones that are making progress,’ AWS CEO Jassy tells an audience of solution providers at AWS re:Invent 2018.

TechCrunch

April 3, 2018

Backblaze partners with Packet and Server Central to better challenge the big clouds – TechCrunch

Backblaze made its name as a cloud-based storage backup provider (and using lots of hard drives in the process) for individuals and businesses. With B2, however, the company also launched a file-centric cloud storage service for developers in 2015 that aims to challenge similar offerings from AWS a…

Signal v. Noise

August 14, 2013

Bootstrapped, Profitable, & Proud: ServerCentral

Once upon a time, Jordan Lowe, President and Chief Executive Officer of ServerCentral, found himself hacking the telephone pole outside his student apartment. The University of Illinois dorms only supported one landline per unit, which presented a happy problem: His little business had grown to a…

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