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Archive for the ‘Cloud’ Category

  • The Future of the Cloud Pt. 2

    Last Updated: March 04, 2014

    If the future of the Cloud isn’t grounded in applications like Spotify and Twitter and if the future of Cloud Computing isn’t found in a hardware of smartphones and tablets, what is the future? Answer: the Internet of Things. Unlike the Cloud, the Internet of Things is still relatively new to everyone inside of the […]

  • The Future of the Cloud Pt. 1

    Last Updated: March 03, 2014

    Here at, we love the Cloud. We love interacting with web hosting providers and colocation consumers who understand the benefits of flexible, scalable and virtual Cloud Computing solutions. More than anything, we love being able to work with data center providers who understand empowering the Cloud with top of the line servers, switches, nodes, […]

  • What is Bare Metal Cloud?

    Last Updated: February 28, 2014

    Let’s be honest here for a moment, hypervisors and virtualization are great but they are also a pain in the butt. Hypervisors are wonderful for managing multiple VM’s (virtual machines) on a single box yet at the same time, managing multiple VM’s on the same machine enables service lag and degradation. The hypervisor setup, while […]

  • Integrating Storage in the Cloud into Your Business

    Last Updated: February 27, 2014

    Knowing about Cloud storage providers like Dropbox, SugarSync, Google Drive and are one thing. Implementing Cloud storage solutions into your core business operations is an entirely different story. Implementation means understanding how Cloud storage providers interact with your core internal network, providing your employees with the necessary tools to access data stored in the […]

  • Fighting for Cloud Adoption

    Last Updated: February 26, 2014

    If you work in the IT industry you have probably gotten used to the term, “Cloud adoption”. For Cloud hosting companies and Cloud storage providers, 2012 and 2013 were two major years of fighting for Cloud adoption and Cloud Computing education. Storage providers like Dropbox, SugarSync, and hosting providers like Rackspace, Peer 1, Linode […]