What drives enterprise cloud growth and why is AWS so far ahead?

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Core enterprise workloads, not Artificial Intelligence, is driving the enterprise cloud growth! An innovative start-up may be focused exclusively on AI and Machine Learning and flock to GCP, lured by Google’s AI-first rhetoric. An organization that mostly makes data-driven decisions may feel empowered by Microsoft’s Power BI suite of business analytics tools, and naturally gravitate […]

Should you re-evaluate your database choices when transitioning to the cloud?

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Enterprises are considering various pathways for their transition to the cloud, and AWS in particular, which continues to be the dominant IaaS provider. When it comes to migrating data, businesses review their IT architecture, and often re-visit their database choices. Considering the number of database options for the cloud, including AWS’s own products, choosing the […]

Disaster Recovery in the Cloud: Key points to discuss with your DR Service vendor

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Disaster Recovery configuration is not a thrilling exercise for IT, however, considering the heavy reliance of the modern enterprise on online systems, the ability of the organization to operate in case of serious incidents should be of highest priority. A managed service provider is often the most practical option. The typical DR architecture will invariably […]