Cloud computing is different from traditional on premise IT. The cloud is a shared infrastructure and when using shared infrastructures, organizations do not control much of the technology that underlies the cloud services they engage, especially networking. Shared infrastructures have their own security considerations that should be assessed before embracing the cloud.
Cloud services offer huge opportunities to transform speed, efficiency and operating costs of an organization. But forecasting and controlling cloud costs from multiple providers can quickly become an unmanageable headache that delays or even puts a stop to a successful innovation. Learn more with this free whitepaper.
In order to keep a NOC and SOC running at peak efficiency, they need the best in tooling that can give them as close to complete visibility as possible and allow them to quickly query multiple data sources to root cause an issue. With all of this in mind, learn about next gen tooling in this free white paper.
You hear the term business continuity all the time. Most of us even have a preconceived notion of what it is. “Business continuity is disaster recovery”…”Incident response is business continuity”. In actuality business continuity is a much broader area which in reality addresses, amongst other things, both disaster recovery and incident response.
You have probably heard of Docker. It’s the container system that has exploded onto the cloud computing scene just five years ago. But if you haven’t, you can think of containers as easily configured, lightweight VMs (virtual machines) that start up fast, often in under a second. Containers are ideal for micro-service architectures and for environments that scale rapidly or release often.
Inclusive Sports and Fitness (ISF) provides physical fitness and sports performance training to children on the autism spectrum or living with other developmental challenges. Initially, Contemporary Computer Services (CCSI), a New York-based systems solution company and Axis partner, planned to install a couple of AXIS Companion Dome Cameras and AXIS Companion video management software for building security. But after brainstorming with CCSI and Axis, ISF also learned how they could use cameras to visually document their athletes’ progress over time.