It is all a cloud – Hewlett Packard Enterprise

One of the hallmarks of business is pragmatism. Effectiveness, rather than dogmatic purity, is prized. That’s demonstrated in the way that businesses are approaching cloud implementations. More and more companies are implementing cloud computing in a hybrid fashion, mixing public cloud, private cloud, and on-premises applications and services to build application infrastructures that combine the […]

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HPE Blog: Things you need to know if you’re running a small to midsized business—and you don’t have a server

Guest blogger: Ildi Pomeroy, HPE World Wide SMB Channel GTM Strategy & Flex Solution Programs When you’re running a business, you have a lot to think about. Most businesses start up with nothing more than a PC, and just keep loading files onto it as they grow. And with everything you need to do daily […]

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HPE Blog: Mobile security trends: Two-step vs. two-factor authentica​tion

By Eric J. Bruno, HPE With the mobile workforce on the rise and enterprises working to keep up with demand, mobile security has never been more important. According to CIO Insight, 95 percent of IT departments meet obstacles to increase user mobility. These statistics from the 2015 Global Authentication & Identity Management Index, commissioned by […]

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HPE Blog – Legacy IT: To change or not to change

Guest post by Nicole Hemsoth There’s a reason why legacy IT persists even at large, progressive companies. Although some may suspect it’s because an organization is unwilling to change, the more accurate answer in many cases is because the system or code simply works—even if it’s a beast to maintain, update, and migrate to fit […]

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise: Five things to look for in your new server

You’ve noticed your server has been acting up recently. Things aren’t running quite as smoothly as before. In fact, you’ve had to reboot it often, but it’s only several years old. What’s going on? A lot has changed in the past few years. Our applications, our internet browsers, and the data we exchange with one […]

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HPE Blog: How SMBs Can Reap the Benefits of Cloud IT with Secure “On-Premises as a Service” Solutions

Guest blog written by Christopher Chute, Research VP, Global SMB Cloud and Mobility Practice Today’s IT leaders from Small and Midsize Businesses are finding that managing infrastructure, applications, and devices has never been more challenging. Executive leaders are looking to IT to develop and maintain services that increase user productivity in order to meet the […]

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HPE Blog: Five questions every SMB Needs to answer to avoid a breakdown on the road to success

When you’re on the road to success, everything happens pretty fast. Most decisions are made on the fly, and most roadblocks are dealt with as they appear. After all—who has time to worry about problems that haven’t happened yet? But there is one major bump in the road that every small business should be able […]

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What part of your infrastructure should you upgrade first? – Hewlett Packard Enterprise

By: Ronda Swaney, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Modernizing your infrastructure used to be easy. You bought hardware, put it together, housed it in one location, and managed it internally from there. Now, with more choices than ever, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer for creating infrastructure. Do you want it to live on or off-premise? Do you want […]

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The business value of modernizing IT with HP ProLiant Servers

They say the devil is in the details, and often that’s true. But sometimes the drama is in the details, too, and that’s definitely the case with a new IDC Whitepaper – HP ProLiant Servers. The IT market intelligence firm looked at the quantifiable benefits that can be achieved by organizations that modernize their environments […]

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IT Trends and Considerations for your 2016 Budget Process presented by Full Service Networking and HP

Join us on September 2nd for an insightful look at issues to consider for your IT network infrastructure when planning your organization’s budget for the upcoming year. To register contact Full Service Networking at 513-782-4208 or register@fullservice.net www.fullservice.net

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