Given the increased momentum of the remote worker trend, cloud providers are taking a closer look at unified communications and collaboration tools to enhance the productivity of mobile workers and the businesses they serve.
The SDN architecture model is expanding rapidly in the enterprise market, as well as to companies looking for a network framework that allows for greater automated provisioning, network virtualization, and network programmability.
It’s safe to say that most businesses will experience some kind of an emergency affecting operations during their lifetimes—in some cases, maybe even severe. Regardless of the threat, it’s imperative to have both Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC) plans in place so you’re fully prepared to get back up and running as quickly as possible.
While the term Security-as-a-Service or SECaaS may not be an entirely new concept, the term has picked up steam over the past several years because of the invasion of vicious and costly cyber-attacks Malware, spam, viruses, advanced phishing techniques, ransomware and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are just a few of hackers’ favorite attack strategies of 2017.
Those looking to adopt a hybrid cloud solution should find ways to merge on-premise, internal and external cloud environments as ‘one’ cohesive infrastructure. This post takes a closer look at considerations when deciding how to manage your hybrid cloud solution best.