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The latest technology news and solutions to get your business into the cloud effectively, efficiently, and securely. From articles on servers and virtualization to the latest cloud computing IT advancements. We’ll keep you Connected with our Cloud Computing News.


Are You Licensed to Virtualize

Get Your Ducks in a Row Before You Grow

by James Nagurney | 09.15.14

This month I wanted to highlight the growing trend of Virtual Desktops or VDI. The question I get most frequently regarding VDI is “How does this affect my overall cost of Microsoft licensing?” The answer might surprise you. Let’s take a look at a few of the finer points of Windows VDI.

Tags:LicensingMicrosoftVirtualizationWindows 8Windows XP

Microsoft Experience

Microsoft Redefines “Experience”

And I Finally Find My Device Happy Place

by Lane Shelton | 09.11.14

Microsoft recently held their annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, DC. I’ve been going to these for years, and this one was actually one of the best. The energy was high but not manic; the mood was serious but not stifling. Microsoft had the courage to admit that the computing world has changed, and their former 95% market share has turned into a 14% share of all the devices in the world—a humbling shift but I thought they handled it well. They addressed a new landscape and new challenges, with none of the “remember when” nostalgia.

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Adobe Says Goodbye to Perpetual Licensing

What Does Creative Cloud for Teams Mean for Your Organization?

by Zach Holmes | 07.29.14

By now, you are probably aware that massive changes have occurred in the land of Adobe. In this post, I’d like to summarize these changes and help identify your options in accommodating your creative users with the tools they need to build your brand. Adobe’s Creative Suite has seen a profound overhaul in the last year with many additions and changes, not the least of which is a change from volume licensing to subscription. 

Tags:AdobeAdobe Creative CloudApplicationsPrinter PerformanceSoftware

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Are You Ready for a VDI Initiative?

Our Video Will Help Get You Started

by Justin Zuill | 02.07.14

For anyone who has thought about VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure), this might be the perfect time to take it from idea to implementation. Of course to do it well, you’ll need to understand the security implications, mobility requirements, and promise of portability. So why now? Periods of forced market transitions often present an ideal opportunity to look at technology adoption.

Tags:Cloud ComputingVirtualization

Data Center Servers

Overcome Your Cloud Security Woes

Cisco and Intel Are Here to Help

by Justin Zuill | 10.24.13

There is no one-size-fits-all version of cloud technology when it comes to real-world applications. Cloud computing technologies are like raw materials that you can combine in multiple ways to achieve your desired business outcomes. Like many IT professionals, you’re probably considering cloud computing in your organization, but you’re also worried about keeping your data and assets secure.

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