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EDITOR’S NOTE: Scalability and security sound complex. In this two-part blog series, we seek to eliminate some of the confusion by digging deeper into how users can grow a configuration without compromising the integrity of your app’s security.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first post in a two-part series on scalability and security in the Managed Cloud. Check back tomorrow for part two.
After consulting Merriam-Webster’s to clear up the differences between “telephony” and “telepathy,” I must admit I was hoping to learn about scaling out a solution using the power of my mind in DialSource CEO Joshua Tillman’s keynote today, called “Scaling Cutting-Edge Virtual Telephony with Rackspace.” However, the solution and story that Joshua shared earlier today at Rackspace::Solve New York proved to be thoroughly compelling.
The term “cloud” has been contorted so many ways that it’s hard to tell what it means any more. This is especially true for an emerging business as there is often neither the time nor the budget to properly invest in IT research and cloud is regularly seen simply as the cheap alternative to a dedicated hosting solution. While it’s true that cloud is generally cheaper than a dedicated solution, it is important to understand that the switch to cloud cannot be a one-for-one transition. Cloud is fundamentally a different hosting paradigm and must be approached accordingly.
Your data footprint is getting larger. From documents and contracts to family photos and beloved songs, your data and files are important pieces of your life – both business and personal.
Cloud Office at Rackspace thrived in 2014 with major product developments and huge customer wins. Each year Cloud Office teams strategize on how to provide the best services and products for our customers worldwide. The execution of those strategies in 2014 resulted in a mega year for Cloud Office and our customers alike.
By Gerald Vanderpuye, CEO and Co-Founder, BuyerDeck
You have a business to run. You can’t get bogged down worrying about the day-to-day intricacies of infrastructure and operations. You’ve got bigger fish to fry than data backup, patching, security, proactive monitoring and incident response.
Happy 2015 to everyone in the IT industry! May all of your technology dreams and predictions come true! As many post their predictions for the cloud industry (including our very own CTO John Engates, with his Cloud Predictions for 2015) we’d like to offer up a few New Year’s Resolutions for IT decision makers to consider as they transition into the Managed Cloud era.
The wait is finally over for public folders in Hosted Exchange 2013. Exchange Public Folders let you share calendars, tasks, contacts and email across your organization. You can access folders from Outlook and other Exchange mail clients, the same way you access your personal folders.
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