I’m a Cisco CCIE, and somehow, I feel inadequate. Let me explain. Years ago, I FINALLY passed the CCIE! However, my two older brothers passed theirs first…and then they passed more. In fact, my oldest brother is CCIE x4, second oldest a CCIE x3, and I’m a CCIE x1. But...
As the state of the workforce is constantly changing, leaving holes for infiltration, attackers are becoming smarter, more vicious, and show no signs of slowing down. Several articles and speeches have been made encouraging businesses and organizations to upgrade and...
In our last blog post, we spoke about the “VUCA” world, and how things have been rapidly changing for CIOs and IT departments. We talked about the new “normal”. Today, we will press ahead with the question, “How can you navigate through the VUCA...
The pandemic triggered broad changes in the way businesses operate. In the process, it also exposed serious gaps in disaster recovery (DR) planning. Cloud-based DR-as-a-Service (DRaaS) solutions can close those gaps and provide improved protection for your essential...
Today’s CIOs are facing unprecedented challenges. They need to make the transition from an IT Manager to a “Business Mastermind” – planning and directing IT to meet changing business objectives. What is this new role, and...
Over the years, we have our seen our customers’ Cloud journeys take many different paths. We have also witnessed the rapid evolution of big box Public Cloud providers, as they became the place to whom most organizations turn to begin dabbling in the great Cloud...
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