Tag: cloud computing

The whole idea behind a Technology Services Broker is to make connections between apparently disconnected solutions and find a way to use the existing technologies for creating breakthrough innovations for clients. Basically, you must have the vision and capability to use existing technologies in innovative combinations, in new ways, creating ... Read More
August 28, 2021Tommi
While sales brochures mention cost savings, elasticity, scalability, load bursting, and storage on demand as the main benefits of cloud computing, it’s only after agreements are signed with third-party services and the systems and processes are implemented that other benefits emerge. Here are the unexpected cloud computing benefits many companies have experienced. One of ... Read More
May 17, 2021Chris Torbit
In “Words of Advise for Your Disaster Recovery Plan – Part I,” we discussed forming a disaster recovery plan committee within your organization, identifying critical assets and backup sites. In Part II we’ll discuss more about backups, network configuration, disaster recovery implementation, writing up and updating your plan, testing your plan and training. One ... Read More
April 2, 2018Chris Torbit
Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) is one of the three key components in cloud computing, alongside Platform as a Service (PAAS) and Software as a Service (SAAS). Infrastructure as a Service is basically the backbone of cloud computing, providing the “virtualized” hardware platform or the infrastructure used in computing.  When IAAS is utilized it offers you virtual machines, ... Read More
January 16, 2018Chris Torbit
  [ninja_forms_modal_form id=37 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/clarus-cloud-ebook.png"] There is a lot of talk nowadays about what cloud computing is and its’ pros and cons.   However, a lot of people are still not very familiar with what cloud computing is really about. First things first, the concept of cloud computing is nothing new or state of the art, at least the principle idea ... Read More
January 8, 2018Chris Torbit
Software as a Service, also known as SaaS, has become popular for many businesses to access cutting-edge software applications. SaaS can be a great tool for small and medium-size businesses looking to get high production value without paying high production costs. It enables companies to shift the burden of high hardware, maintenance, and ... Read More
November 30, 2017Chris Torbit
With all of the rapidly changing technologies in telecommunications, a large number of employees can and do work from just about anywhere. In order to stay competitive, businesses are providing this mobile workforce with consistent access to corporate resources and data no matter where they may be and regardless of ... Read More
November 13, 2017Chris Torbit
The whole idea behind a Technology Services Broker is to make connections between apparently disconnected solutions and find a way to use the existing technologies for creating breakthrough innovations for clients. Basically, you must have the vision and capability to use existing technologies in innovative combinations, in new ways, creating completely ... Read More
October 18, 2016Chris Torbit
In “Your Disaster Recovery Plan Tips – Part I", we discussed forming a disaster recovery plan committee within your organization, identifying critical assets and backup sites. In Part II we’ll discuss more about backups, network configuration, disaster recovery implementation, writing up and updating your plan, testing your plan and training. One ... Read More
September 27, 2016Chris Torbit
  [ninja_forms_modal_form id=37 image_link="/wp-content/uploads/clarus-cloud-ebook.png"] While sales brochures mention cost savings, elasticity, scalability, load “bursting and storage on demand as the main benefits of cloud computing, it’s only after agreements are signed with third-party services and the systems and processes are implemented that other benefits emerge. Here are the unexpected cloud computing benefits ... Read More
September 6, 2016Chris Torbit
Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) is one of the three key components in cloud computing, alongside Platform as a Service (PAAS) and Software as a Service (SAAS). Infrastructure as a Service is basically the backbone of cloud computing, providing the “virtualized” hardware platform or the infrastructure used in computing.  When ... Read More
August 12, 2016Chris Torbit
There is a lot of talk nowadays about what cloud computing is and its' pros and cons. However, a lot of people are still not very familiar with what cloud computing is really about. First things first, the concept of cloud computing is nothing new or state of the art, at least, ... Read More
August 9, 2016Chris Torbit
SMB's need a comprehensive but inexpensive functionality to enable their employees to access all of the new communications capabilities on their smartphones.  Comcast has an answer - and it is a good one! Larry Hettick in Network World on September 20,2013 reported that Comcast's cloud-based Business VoiceEdge's portfolio included such ... Read More
May 22, 2015Chris Torbit
The whole idea behind a Technology Services Broker is to make connections between apparently disconnected solutions and find a way to use the existing technologies for creating breakthrough innovations for clients. Basically, you must have the vision and capability to use existing technologies in innovative combinations, in new ways, creating completely ... Read More
April 8, 2014Chris Torbit
In “Tips for Your Disaster Recovery Plan – Part I,” we discussed forming a disaster recovery plan committee within your organization, identifying critical assets and backup sites. In Part II we’ll discuss more about backups, network configuration, disaster recovery implementation, writing up and updating your plan, testing your plan and ... Read More
February 25, 2014Chris Torbit