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Cloud Predictions

Oxford Economics recently surveyed 200 global business and IT executives.  The Cloud Grows Up study was conducted in late 2014 and the results were compared to a similar study conducted in 2012.  187 more words

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The Importance of Orchestration in Cloud Computing

The orchestration of workflow processes is an essential part of cloud computing.  Without orchestration, many of the benefits and characteristics of cloud computing cannot be achieved at the price point that cloud services should be offered.  878 more words

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The Evolution To Cloud Computing (How Did We Get Here?)

 The Evolution To Cloud Computing (How Did We Get Here?)  

Most of us know the basic of Cloud Computing so in this blog, I will focus on why it is important to understand how we arrived at this point in the information technology industry.   1,532 more words

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Now Is The Time

Most have thought of moving their business to the cloud.  How do you know if the time is right?

Are your servers or workstations out of warranty?  218 more words

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Cloud Surprises

We have all heard the benefits that moving your company to the cloud offers.  You will be able to reduce IT and hardware cost, reduce the headaches of managing an infrastructure and reduce your business’ carbon footprint.  176 more words

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What is SIGMAnetCARE Managed Cloud Services

SIGMAnetCARE Hosted Email Don’t hassle your business with the need to operate, maintain & support your business email.

SIGMAnetCARE Hosted Email provides business-class email, calendar & contacts to your PC, phone and web browser with a substantial and predictable cost savings by reducing operational costs, refocusing staff on core business-centric tasks, avoiding upfront infrastructure costs, and even avoiding the complete burden of a platform upgrade. 62 more words

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Winter Work Advisory

We have all seen the amazing snow footage coming out of the New England area.  Boston has set a new record with 58.5 inches of snow falling so far this month, making February 2015 the snowiest month in Boston history with over a week remaining.  182 more words

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