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Whether it’s public, private, or hybrid, the cloud is opening up new opportunities for organizations of any size. We’re taking a deeper look at those opportunities as we discuss how using software as an infrastructure as well as Platform as a Service models can improve the way organizations work and succeed.

The Value of Desktop as a Service (DaaS) for Federal Agencies

The current global situation has caused federal agencies to swiftly adopt telework policies, giving rise to the need for flexible work solutions. Many agencies have had to adopt technologies...

4 Tips to Quickly Restore a Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine

When you need to ensure your Azure virtual machines are backed up and can be restored at a moment’s notice, Azure Backup is your best friend.  If...

The Five Elements of Remote Office-Centric Security

With much of the workforce working from home right now, there are several challenges to consider when it comes to the remote office-centric, an important one being...

How Cloud Technology is Preparing Financial Institutions for the Future

Canada’s financial services sector has long been recognized as a reliable and safe institution. Largely dominated by the Big Five banks, the sector has traditionally outpaced other...
Remote Office Infrastructure

How to Set Up a Remote Office: Your Top 4 Questions Answered

With many companies transitioning from the traditional in-office workforce to remote, there are several questions around how to keep users connected and their data secure,...

How to Plan for a Shift to Edge Computing

Businesses today increasingly want more of their data to be processed at the network edge, closer to the people, machines and applications that use it. According to...

5 Reasons to Consider Adding Cloud Services

Cloud services are continuing to grow as organizations look to increase their IT flexibility. The worldwide public cloud services market is projected to grow 17.5 percent this...

Why Are Many Cloud Providers Now Offering On-Prem Services?

It has now been nearly a decade since Microsoft launched what was then known as Windows Azure in 2010, and over 13 years since Amazon Web Services...

How Are You Backing Up Your SaaS Applications?

By 2020, there will be 126 million active users of Microsoft Office 365, seven million active users of Google’s G Suite and five million active users of...

4 Steps to Building a Successful Hybrid IT Environment in the Public Sector

Like that of vinyl records and printed books, the death of government data centres has been greatly exaggerated. Wasn’t the cloud supposed to have replaced the need...

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