Some vendors will automatically provide a refresh to your arrays after a certain number of years, others will allow you to choose your own timeline, based on your business and capacity expansion needs. Read More
In 2017, more than 85 percent of enterprises will commit to multi-cloud architectures that IDC describes as “encompassing a mix of public cloud services, private clouds, community clouds and hosted clouds.” Read More
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Finding the most painless path to cloud integration means having an integration platform that is fully interoperable and not locked-in to one environment or architecture and that is able to handle all of the different data types and computing environments. Read More
MOD Mission Critical
Over the last two decades, network, cloud, mobile and IoT technologies have rapidly reduced the number of available IP addresses as each new technology adds devices to the global internet. Read More
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Incognito Software Systems
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