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Businesses have moved beyond the exploration phase of the cloud and are now at the rationalization phase, the second of three technology adoption cycles, James Staten, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research told the crowd Thursday at Rackspace::Solve New York.
As many of you may have seen, yesterday Rackspace made two big announcements: 1) we announced the end of formal evaluation of M&A transactions, and 2) we announced that I have been named CEO of Rackspace. We believe these announcements coupled with our laser-sharp focus on Fanatical Support and managed cloud services have Rackspace primed for future success.
By Stephen Bulfer, CEO, LifeCellar
Mobility adds an interesting new wrinkle to the management of sensitive data, especially in highly regulated industries like healthcare. Mobility makes data portable and enables that data to travel anywhere at any time, which means ensuring the security of data accessed from mobile devices is paramount to all mobile initiatives.
By Cliff Turner, Sales Engineer, Alert Logic
This year, we’ve doubled down on helping our partners harness the power of the Managed Cloud and Fanatical Support for their clients. We have worked to empower our partners to offer their customers Rackspace’s superior cloud infrastructure and our suite of managed services that eliminate the need for their end customers to worry about the resources and management required to do it themselves.
By Dario De Santis, Product and Engineering Manager, noHold, Inc.
There’s a debate raging in IT about what steps established organizations should take to move their older traditional applications to the cloud. On one side of the argument you have a contingent of IT professionals already reaping the benefits of cloud computing. They assert that the future of IT is in the cloud—that companies need to get on board by moving their apps to the cloud now. On the other side you have old-school IT folks with an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” mentality. They rightly point out that these traditional apps are often the backbone of a company’s business and argue that running them on dedicated infrastructure seems to be working just fine. So why tinker with a good thing?
By Paul Friedman, Co-Founder and CTO, StreetLight Data
At the Gartner Catalyst Conference last week, Rackspace CTO John Engates spoke about how the cloud has evolved beyond a one size fits all solution. Today, companies have a choice. They can choose a commodity cloud and deal with the cost, pain and time of managing it all themselves; or they can choose a Managed Cloud, cloud infrastructure that includes built-in high-touch service and support from a team of experts.
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