SPTechCon starts today in Boston, and as the No. 1 managed SharePoint specialist, Rackspace will have several of our SharePoint experts on-hand throughout the show sharing their expertise and helping you get up to speed on all things SharePoint. Here’s where you can find them.
When it comes to a cloud provider, LifeCellar has three key requirements: security, flexibility and support. We found those and more with the Rackspace Managed Cloud.
Rackspace Cloud University (CloudU) earned a bronze award for excellence in the Best Custom Content category on September 10 as part of the 20th Annual Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards.
The Rackspace DevOps team took home two Stevie Awards for the Rackspace DevOps Automation Service at The 12th Annual American Business Awards.
This week, we gear up for Rackspace::Solve New York, show you how to set up your Rackspace email on the iPhone 6 and launch a new Master Agent Program. Check out all that and more in the weekly digest.
Rackspace is so excited, once again, to sponsor Geeklist’s Hack4Good this weekend. This time around, the Hack4Good hackathon will focus on projects and prototypes that address global climate change.
At Rackspace::Solve New York on September 18, Docker will present on the future of applications. Here’s a sneak peek from Docker and registration information for Rackspace::Solve New York.
Commando.io is a Rackspace Startup Program member using the Rackspace Managed Cloud to build a tool to simplify server management.
Our Rackspace Digital application specialists put together four reference architectures that optimize the right mix of price, performance and control for most businesses to help you make the most out of your ecommerce platform.
Many enterprises have invested millions of dollars over the years in IT management, monitoring and automation solutions for their data centers. So a natural question that arises when considering migration of workloads to hosted environments is around management tools. What new capabilities will be required? What new skills will our organization need? Is our existing toolset extensible at all?