• In the second of his five-part series, Eric Strause discusses the user and technology changes in the IT world that make cloud computing the next step in an evolutionary process.

  • There are many benefits of cloud computing. Cost and ease of use are at the top of the list. Yet cloud computing also brings significant security concerns when you consider moving critical applications and sensitive...

  • Eric Strause, Global Knowledge Senior Product Director for Network Technologies, presents the foundational concepts of cloud computing. In this first of a five-part series, he compares the typical IT infrastructure of applications and its corresponding...

  • During the economic downturn, many American companies saw months of staff reductions through layoffs and delays in hiring replacement workers for those who have retired or left the company. Many companies held off performing upgrades...

  • Cloud is not a “one-size-fits-all” proposition—the right approach depends on your organization’s needs and priorities. Different service and deployment models must be adopted to match the requirements of different types of workloads. Small and Medium-Sized...

  • Cloud Computing Can: Accelerate your business by allowing you to transform ideas into marketable products and services with greater speed. Cloud can provide nearly limitless scalability, enabling your business to grow without time and resource...

  • “Further, the Los Angeles Police Department indicated that several security issues have yet to be resolved, and that a pilot of its technical support staff must be successfully completed before it can be expanded to...

  • I have had an online ID with Microsoft for many years. It has allowed me to access Microsoft websites that were limited access. My ID was originally called a .NET Passport but now it is...

  • When we last left off, we were considering the feasibility of replacing a WAN provider’s P and PE devices with routers. Let’s take a look at this in greater detail, to see where any potential...

  • Ten years ago, when companies guarded information within closed networks, the idea of handing over a sizable chunk of competitive data to a place called the “cloud” didn’t have much appeal. Why take the chance...