Decoding the True Value of XaaS

May 22, 2012

Lately the menu of cloud-based XaaS (anything-as-a-service) offerings has expanded to include a virtual armada of new IT acronyms. Regardless of what type of XaaS you may be considering, the true benefit is being able to partially or fully outsource your IT needs to a highly skilled service provider who can help manage your vital IT functions. Read more…

By James Fanella

Managed Services: Inhibitor or Enabler?

November 13, 2008

The managed services platforms must support all technologies, including virtualization and Microsoft servers, or it just gets in the way, says one CEO. Read more…

By Pedro Pereira

Banks and Outsourcing: Just Say ‘Latency’

September 24, 2008

A common critique of external cloud computing services is that big-time IT users, like major corporations and financial institutions, are nowhere near getting on board. That might be true for the new breed of "cloud" services, but for the financial services sector, at least, outsourcing is far from a dirty word. Read more…

By Derrick Harris

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