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Four Ways Cloud Virtual Desktops Enhance Your Company’s Productivity

Many of the people reading these words are at work. They are looking at a screen connected to a computer that contains gigabytes of data and applications crucial to their productivity. Without the device, they are unable to work. Almost everyone else reading this article will have a smartphone in hand. Smartphones like the iPhone can carry gigabytes of data, but almost all of it will also live in the cloud and be accessible from any other device.

We've Restructured Our IaaS Cloud Servers To Provide Even Better Value

With the restructuring of our IaaS cloud server platform, we offer even better value for money with a tiered structure that empowers enterprise cloud clients to choose the best resource profile for their workloads. We've been hosting enterprise clients for a decade and half. Over the years we've developed a deep insight into the infrastructure hosting needs of business. To further empower our clients to deploy — and pay for — exactly the infrastructure they need, we've restructured our infrastructure-as-a-service offering.

Hybrid IT’s Role In Small Business Growth

The cloud now plays a greater role in the enterprise world than ever before - of that there can be no doubt. It’s become a core deployment model for IT departments all across enterprise, and a key factor in small business growth. That last one is what we’re interested in discussing today. Let’s jump right in.

Cartika Introduces Its Microsoft Exchange Cloud Platform To The US and Canada

This month, we're announcing a new addition to our suite of managed cloud applications: the Cartika Microsoft Exchange Cloud Platform. Microsoft Exchange needs no introduction: it's the world's leading enterprise collaboration and email solution, powering the communication of hundreds of thousands of businesses worldwide.

Why Are Banks Still So Unprepared For The Cloud?

It’s something of a disconcerting statistic - fewer than one third of American financial organizations have a cloud strategy. Other regions don’t fare much better, either. EMEA shows 35% of firms preparing for cloud computing, while APAC is slightly higher, at 41%. Given the immense popularity of cloud computing in both enterprise and the consumer space, these statistics are troubling - even if they do show that more institutions are starting to realize the importance of going digital. What exactly is the root cause here? Why exactly are firms lagging behind to such a great degree? And more importantly, what can be done about it?

Why It’s High Time Healthcare Stopped Lagging Behind On Security

Last month, Anthem Incorporated - one of the world’s leading health insurance companies - made a very grim announcement to shareholders and clients. It was, a representative explained, the target of a “very sophisticated external cyberattack,” which allowed hackers to gain unauthorized access to its IT systems. The personal information of eighty million clients - data ranging from birthdays and names to medical IDs, social security numbers, street addresses, email addresses, and employment history - was compromised.