A Guide to Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

Most organizations know they need to protect their business critical information to minimize downtime in the event of outages, failures, disasters and other disruptions. But not all companies have the budget, expertise, or time to develop a comprehensive disaster recovery plan. Traditional disaster recovery plans are prohibitively complex and expensive for mid-sized businesses with limited

How Virtualization is Key to Managing Risk

Losses from unplanned downtime are tens of billions of dollars every year When Hurricane Sandy hit, businesses of all sizes suffered greatly. The insured losses are estimated at more than $20 billion, and the total economic damage at more than $50 billion. The aftermath of the deadly 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japanwas even more

Unrivaled Cloud Stories

See how IT leaders in public and private sector organisations across Europeare delivering transformational results by building on the virtualization investments they’ve already made.

Infographic: Dollars for Dividends: Automating in the Cloud pays off

Controlling spiraling IT infrastructure cost and complexity is what drives interest in cloud automation. But what exactly is the return on investment on cloud automation technology? Based on a wide range of customer case studies, automating private cloud infrastructure management can improve the eciency of cloud operations, resource management, accelerated virtualization and deliver enormous CapEx

3 Compelling Reasons to Consider Desktop Virtualization

End-user computing is changing. Gone are the days when IT provided a single, locked-down, corporate desktop to each user to primarily run Windows applications. Today, end-users expect to: • Move between endpoint devices throughout the day (desktops, laptops, tablets and cell phones) • Stay connected to their professional and personal networks via mobile electronic devices

The CIO’s Strategic Agenda for Small- to Mid-Sized Organisations in EMEA

The most recent Aberdeen Business Review surveyed more than 1,300 respondents, 15% of whom represent small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) based in Europe, the Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). About half of the respondents were line-of-business managers and executives and the other half represented various levels of IT. The CIO and other IT decision-makers working in