Tag: Managed Cloud Services
One of the ultimate ironies about today’s Cloud Computing environment is that the proliferation of Cloud services is making it more complicated to take advantage of the new generation of ‘on-demand’ capabilities that were once expected to make IT simpler and more economical. As a result, many organizations are turning to proven managed cloud service providers to bring order to all the confusion.
Click here to read THINKstrategies’ perspectives regarding this market trend in our guest blogpost hosted by Cloudnexa.
EMC Acquires Virtustream to Offer Enterprise-Class Managed Cloud Services – A Guest Commentary in Sandhill.com
The proliferation of cloud services is making it increasingly difficult for organizations to capitalize on the cloud promise of more flexible and less-costly computing resources than those found in traditional on-premises corporate data centers.
EMC’s $1.2 billion acquisition of Virtustream aims to rectify this issue by offering a new set of sophisticated managed cloud services to its enterprise customers.
Click here to read THINKstrategies’ analysis of the industry implications of the Virtustream acquisition in Sandhill.com.
Amazon Web Services Confusion Spurs Interest in Managed Cloud Services – A Guest Commentary in SearchAWS
Interest in and use of cloud services in general, and AWS in particular, has grown because they promise to be less expensive and easier to deploy than building out a traditional on-premises corporate data center.
However, as the variety of cloud services expands and the number of offerings increases, many organizations discover they need help selecting, implementing and effectively administering the right combination of cloud services to achieve business objectives and remain within budget.
Click here to read THINKstrategies’ latest commentary in SearchAWS about why we believe the proliferation of cloud services is driving more organizations to seek help from managed cloud service providers to help them make the right cloud choices and optimize the performance of their cloud services.