Business demands are growing fast, necessitating a different approach to IT management. But fortunately, you can tap the power of Avocent® ADX ecosystem to support your organization’s data center and edge growth.
By harnessing the visibility and automated processes of this centralized, open-source tool, your team can streamline IT management, strengthen security, support users, and provide the uptime and responsiveness your organization requires.
In the past, connectivity was simple. Large enterprises hosted the majority of data and applications on-site or at a nearby data centre, and satellite offices connected back to HQ using basic technologies. Since everything important was hosted nearby, traffic from satellite offices could be routed through HQ for security purposes. This slowed down user access to the corporate network, but that was a minor concern.
However, things have changed. Practically every organisation has adopted some form of cloud services and storage to some degree, while many have embraced hybrid cloud strategies. On top of that, most organisations employ at least a handful of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions offered by cloud service providers (CSP). Now, a huge percentage of network traffic must be routed out to third party network service providers for these cloud services.
This white paper discusses how the future of retail is being shaped by technology and how businesses can develop a smart retail strategy.
With the advent rise of online shopping with smart technologies, new competitors in market threaten the long-standing predominance of retailers. Traditional offline retail stores are now experiencing unprecedented impact. These traditional retail giants are also trying to follow the trend of expanding service boundaries, allying with internet giants, developing independent Apps, and establishing their separate network. This white paper discusses how the future of retail is being shaped by technology and how businesses can develop a smart retail strategy.
Download this research paper to learn how a backup strategy can protect your clients from compliance issues, data loss, security vulnerabilities, and business continuity risks.
Download this report to explore the hazards of not having an Office 365 backup in your arsenal, and why backup solutions for Microsoft Office 365 fill the gap of long-term retention and data protection.
Download this eBook to explore 5 profitable ways you can grow your Managed Backup Services.
Download this eBook to explore 5 effective ways you can grow your Backup and Disaster Recovery business and profits.
This whitepaper explores the key pillars that form the decision-making process to help IT teams better realise the potential of their end-to-end network and make investment decisions that will stand the test of time.
Today, many organisations are moving to a more comprehensive strategy for on-premises and cloud data protection. Organisations need a cloud solution that can address the challenges of cloud data protection, for example meeting different data requirements and regulations.
This solution brief outlines the key capabilities of Commvault’s comprehensive cloud platform that can support data protection strategies.
IT spending has been steadily shifting from traditional on-premises offerings to cloud services over the past five years, and it is continuing to grow. In fact, according to Gartner, Inc., SaaS application spending will grow to over $99 billion worldwide by 2020. While the enterprise has adopted SaaS at a rapid rate, SMBs are typically more agile than large companies with heavier investment in on-prem technology. This means MSPs have an immense revenue opportunity in moving end users to the cloud.