Server virtualization lets you get more from your servers. It lets you save money by simultaneously increasing server capacity while reducing the number of physical servers you use. And that’s not all. Virtualization makes managing IT simpler. It lets you deploy and integrate business tools, websites and databases much more quickly. So you can drive growth through improved productivity and much easier scaling.
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Many organizations know the benefits of centralized file storage on shared drives, and more latterly the convenience of cloud storage like Dropbox and Google Drive. But did you know that the benefits of consolidating and managing information centrally also extend to servers? And to the websites and applications they serve? They do. And they are critical in virtualized environments where computing and storage are separated.
World Backup Day is not as peculiar as it may sound. According to PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 94% of companies that suffer a catastrophic data loss without backup will go out of business within 2 years. That’s a lot of livelihoods that could have been saved through a little awareness and simple precautions. Whether your website is a business or a blog, take note. And come with us on a tour of backup – the day, the risks, the options, and tips to help you secure the future of your own website.
What is high performance in hosting, and which hosting model offers the ‘best’ performance? It’s all a question of priorities. Find out how focusing on the right features can mean choosing the most cost-effective, high-performance hosting solution for your own particular needs.
The future of cloud is bright, but in the coming year, cloud performance will become a critical factor. Organizations will be challenged to build a best-fit cloud environment that meets workload requirements and provides optimal performance.
Below are six predictions about the future of cloud infrastructure for 2015.