Disaster Recovery as a Service: Just In Case a Cyberattack Succeeds

There’s no sure way of preventing ransomware and other types of cybersecurity attacks. They will never go away. So the best defense is a solid offense! Taking an offensive approach is key because cyberattacks penetrate organizations in a multitude of ways, and...

The Ultimate Guide To Linux And Open Source Software Support

Open source software offers a number of benefits to businesses. As opposed to proprietary software, open source software is highly customizable, decentralized, and quick to set up and install. However, the most obvious advantage of open source software is that it’s...

Reduce your budget by up to 30% Open Source

As the workforce landscape is dramatically changing and many are facing financial uncertainty, businesses are looking for ways to cut down on costs more than ever. Of course, while trimming budgets is essential right now, no one wants to lose functionality —...

Remote Access Management Advice for Companies Affected by COVID-19

Before the coronavirus pandemic, 43% of American employees already worked from home with some regularity. For years, remote employment has been on the rise. However, nowadays many companies have seen a sharp increase in their remote operations due to the various...

Infrastructure as Code: A Must for Cloud Environments

Prime your cloud applications for peak performance and lower your cloud costs Are your cloud costs spiraling out of control? Are you spending too much time managing your cloud infrastructure—and not enough time improving the performance of your applications? Many...

Containers: An Evolution in Application Infrastructure Design

If your IT team finds it takes too long to set up application environments, the answer you’re looking for just might be found in containers—as many other IT teams have already discovered. The container market is already hot, and it’s growing rapidly. A 451 Research...