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Ask anyone in IT management and they’ll tell you that they want to help grow the business, meet user requests faster, promote good governance—and do all of it faster, better and cheaper. Yet in reality, most IT teams are stuck maintaining existing systems. And that routine busywork prevents them from focusing on strategic challenges that drive innovation. So what can your organization do about it?
Email is a critical business communication tool. Unfortunately, recipients often ignore emails, leaving your message unread. Researching ways to make your emails better often leaves you with beginner tips, instead of real actionable advice.
By Cliff Turner, Sales Engineer, Alert Logic
New business models. Strategic advantage. Market disruption. These game changers are exactly what line-of-business (LOB) leaders want from their IT organizations. And new technology approaches—including cloud, big data, mobile and social—are creating opportunities to improve service delivery, cost and flexibility. But mundane operations tasks have kept IT from leading the way to innovation. Until now.
The recent end of support for Exchange 2003 and the widespread adoption of Exchange 2013 have prompted more organizations to consider a move to Hosted Exchange. Whether you are moving from an in-house environment or switching email hosting providers, there are a number of considerations to be aware of when searching for and selecting a reliable business-class email provider.
One of the key tenets of the Rackspace Managed Cloud is to offer a level of service that makes Rackspace a true, trusted partner – an extension of your business – and much more than a traditional IT vendor or raw infrastructure provider.
Fostering innovation is hard. It’s a lesson Guy Kawasaki, tech evangelist, author and chief evangelist of Canva, learned in the mid-1980s while working alongside Steve Jobs as Apple’s former chief evangelist. On Monday morning, Guy, a self-proclaimed “very happy Rackspace customer,” kicked off the third Rackspace::Solve summit, held at The Peninsula in downtown Chicago. Here are Guy’s top 10 strategies for fostering innovation:
An elevator pitch is a concise overview used to describe or define a project, service, product, event or startup. The name reflects the idea that one should be able to deliver the summary in the amount of time it takes to ride an elevator, which usually takes 30 seconds to a little over a minute.
Where does fashion meet technology? At Fashion Digital. On Monday, October 20 and Tuesday, October 21, ecommerce retail leaders will meet in New York City to learn about transformative ecommerce technologies and online retail. Rackspace Digital will be there to discuss how we can help power your digital strategy.
When Accruent acquires a new brand, it’s not a question if the infrastructure will move to Rackspace, it’s a question of when.
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