The Cloud has taken the world by storm. Are you curious about how to proactively resolve messaging performance and availability issues to keep communications flowing? Our GSX Experts have selected varied content related to the Cloud which should keep you busy during this end of year. Enjoy the browsing!
As Microsoft stipulates, Office 365 is a familiar Microsoft Office collaboration and productivity tool delivered through the cloud. Everyone can easily work together by accessing his or her email, web conferencing, documents, and calendars from anywhere.
More and more enterprises are considering making the move to migrate to the cloud. The decision is one that will eventually come for most enterprises. The migration itself requires a lot of planning and preparation. This week we had the chance to sit down with Olivier Raynaut, the lead US Microsoft Specialist for GSX in the US to get his insights on the migration to the cloud, and the common questions customers have.
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If you’ve worked in IT anytime over the past five years, you’ve most likely considered moving your IT applications to the Cloud, if you haven’t already migrated part or all of your infrastructure. Whether it's pressure from the C-level to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO), the increasing complexity of managing virtualized environments, or the demand from end users to be able to access applications and data from anywhere, the transition to the Cloud is happening - for good reason. Some IT administrators still fear that outsourcing critical messaging and collaboration platforms to the Cloud could put their jobs at stake, but the move is just changing the role of the administrator to that of an internal service provider. By leveraging the Cloud, you can position your IT department as a strategic services broker or manager that can lower the bottom line substantially for the entire organization.
The Cloud is everywhere, in every company in different formats, private, hybrid or public. The Cloud is a shiny option to consider but companies must be prepared in order to maintain the visibility and the control that you originally had on the applications when they were hosted on-premise.
The rapid growth of the cloud market is leading to the emergence of new services, new ways for services provisioning and new interaction models both amongst cloud providers and service ecosystems using cloud resources.
Hybrid Cloud refers to the coordination and combination of external Cloud computing services and internal application services. Adoption has grown over the past 5 years and according to Forrester, about half of the US and European enterprise IT decision-makers report that their companies use Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).The Hybrid model of implementing IaaS is particularly enticing for US and European enterprises. 28% of hardware decision-makers report using a Hybrid Cloud strategy for server resources today, and expect 45% by 2016.
We are in the final stages of packaging up a new version of GSX Monitor & Analyzer that will come out in the next few days. This new version will be really interesting especially for Admins managing hybrid messaging environments.
What’s the next big trend in businesses today? Mobility. Last Thursday, IBM announced how their new security software solution, MobileFirst, is going to help companies be accessible anytime, anywhere.
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