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Compelling consumer applications are created every day. As your data center needs more capacity, the cloud will be critical to success. Are you ready for the IT implications, both internally and externally? What are the key considerations to help plan for the needed capacity over time? And how can the cloud best work with your existing applications?
There’s a lot to consider when building out an e-commerce strategy – there is no one-size-fits-all approach that works for every organization.
We recently launched Rackspace Cloud Block Storage, a reliable storage solution for even the most demanding I/O-intensive applications.
Recently, we told you that we’ve been hearing a lot from customers who are frustrated by the limitations of one-size-fits-all clouds. These customers wanted a computing approach where their workloads can run best and most cost-effectively. That’s why we at Rackspace are working to provide you with our hybrid cloud.
New technologies bring new challenges. When your data is critical to the daily operations of your organization, unexpected downtime can cost your business big dollars.
With all of the recent buzz around hybrid cloud, I sat down recently with Rackspace CTO John Engates and James Staten, vice president and principal analyst with Forrester, for a recorded webinar discussing public, private and hybrid cloud – the definitions, how to get started and what both of these industry leaders are hearing from CIOs.
The business value of cloud computing – or “cloudonomics” – is taking the world by storm. The changes in the IT landscape are forcing C-level executives to evaluate even the most basic businesses practices that they’ve held sacred.
Want to know what our new Cloud Control Panel is and what it means for you and your business? Want a behind the scenes look at how we built and designed it? Curious how you can get the most out of our open cloud products and services that are available through the Cloud Control Panel?
Traditional ROI models only focus on simple cost benefits and overlook the real value of cloud. So how are we supposed to calculate and maximize ROI in this new cloud world?
Return on investment (ROI) in the cloud is more complex than IT leadership traditionally experienced. This is mainly due to the abstract nature of cloud services, the quantitative versus the qualitative benefits and the variety of the service delivery and deployment models.
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