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DRaaS is the answer to all those questions you hope to never ask: What if my critical applications are compromised by the next cyber attack? What if my infrastructure gets knocked out in a disaster? What if my business can’t protect itself?
That's why ServerCentral is proud to announce it has architected, deployed, and actively manages a private cloud and Disaster Recovery environment for the Georgia Department of Public Health's Coastal Health District.
Why move to the cloud? In truth, most companies don’t stop to answer this question. Cloud migration just sort of happens. Sometimes your cloud strategy kicks off because you need certain cloud technology solutions. Sometimes a single member of your management team pushes the whole business into cloud computing. Sometimes a move to the cloud means simply catching up with your competitors.
Building on 17 years of data center and private cloud experience, ServerCentral is pleased to announce it has completed a strategic investment in Turing Group, a privately held, Chicago-based company with expertise in the architecture, development, transformation, migration and management of applications on Amazon Web Services.
After all, cyber threats will very quickly wipe out any upsides shadow applications can deliver.
Shadow technologies can send a chill down the spine of any IT professional tasked with keeping an organization secure.
It helps to first define shadow IT, sometimes known as dark IT. Most would start with a rundown of the network security risks it presents, but a more helpful shadow IT definition would explain it as something that’s already happening in your organization.
If you want to see the concept of supply and demand in action, look no further than today's storage and memory market. You may have heard rumblings about a dearth of enterprise SSDs in the offing, and those rumblings have come to pass.