IBM i cloud migration makes sense for many reasons and offers numerous benefits for organizations seeking the reliability, availability, security and cost-effectiveness that the cloud has to offer.
Today’s cloud solutions for IBM Power are better protected than most on-premise systems, but that doesn’t mean there is no risk associated with the migration process. Like any move, it requires proper planning to avoid unexpected and unwelcome surprises that could delay—or even derail—your migration.
There are myriad benefits to moving IBM i systems and business applications to the cloud including agility, scalability, ease of maintenance, and cost-efficiency. Yet for many businesses, migrating systems and applications to the cloud can be a complex decision with many factors to consider. That’s why at Data Storage Corporation, we’ve compiled a list of
Cloud services are indispensable for any company running business applications, hosted ERP or financial systems such as JD Edwards, Salesforce, Microsoft Office365, Microsoft Teams, voice and other cloud-based applications. It will come as no surprise to businesses running these applications that cloud services rely heavily on Internet access. The Internet is the circulatory system of
There was a time not very long ago when Wide Area Networks (WANs) were the best solution for connectivity among multiple locations to keep work flowing and businesses connected to critical day-to-day information. Yet like all things in a rapidly changing technological space, WAN is evolving — fast. Chuck Paolillo, Chief Technology Officer at Data
When it comes to email archive solutions, one thing companies do not always have a clear idea of is cost. But that is about to change with a new study published by Osterman Research and Actiance. The report, “Assessing the Total Cost of Ownership for Veritas Enterprise Vault” has plenty of insights—some of which may
Not long ago, email archive infrastructure was primarily developed and built on-site; that is, within the premises of a traditional brick-and-mortar structure, which is usually the organization’s physical location. Cloud archiving was not even a factor to consider. However, as email communications slowly but steadily declined, and even considered by some as archaic, as a