Data center workloads have been increasingly shifting in recent years to colocation facilities as an alternative to the privately-owned data center. In fact, industry experts predicted back in 2018, the global market for data center colocation services to grow at a CAGR of 13.7% by 2020.
All the wireless network connections that take place today use 4th generation, commonly known as 4G, technology. The first versions of this were deployed in both Oslo, Norway and Stockholm, Sweden, back in 2009. Because of advancements in technology and the explosive demand for rapid cloud services, the need has risen for even faster wireless.
As we enter a new decade, our jobs and personal lives will continue to become more automated, more digital and more connected than ever before. And innovation is powering the technology growth engine that appears to be at the tipping point of another significant step.
Introduction: In the world of business today, there are a lot of new buzz words that are floating out there. One of these is “blockchain”. Businesses have started to adopt this platform in varying levels, depending upon their needs. In this article, we examine why blockchains are becoming important to corporate America.
With so many benefits, it’s not surprising to hear that the Communications-Platform-as a-Service (CPaaS) market has grown at an exponential rate over the last few years. In fact, enterprise spend on CPaaS is projected to increase from $2 billion (in 2017) to $10.9 billion by 2022, according to IDC.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have probably heard that 5G is expected to be a game-changer to the business world, bringing with it significant advantages to organizations large and small.
When most people think of “the cloud,” they are typically referring to public clouds. A public cloud is hosted by a service provider such as Amazon, Google, IBM or Microsoft, which allows customers to access and share basic computer infrastructure including bandwidth, storage and hardware.
In order to enable employee mobility, businesses are being pushed to offer reliable, flexible and up-to-date communication opportunities within their environment. The costs of these services continue to grow exponentially, and many organizations don’t have the bandwidth or strategies in place in order to optimize these expenditures and optimize the company’s overall usage.
A core component of EMM, mobile device management is software that enables IT staff to secure, control and enforce mobility policies on devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and other endpoints, simultaneously protecting the corporate network while also optimizing the functionality and security of mobile devices.
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is one of the three main components of cloud computing services (the other two being software as a service (SaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS). In an IaaS model, a cloud provider hosts the infrastructure components that conventionally exist in an on-premises data center, including networking and storage hardware, servers and even the virtualization/hypervisor layer—a virtual machine monitor (VMM) that enables various virtual operating systems to run concurrently on a computer system.