Our Windstream blogger breaks down the top five must-have data center technologies and solutions in this post to help you determine which ones really work and which ones you really need.
Live from Channel Partners 2015, our Windstream blogger shares key takeaways from the “Big Issues Partners Are Facing with Colocation/Data Centers” session and insight into the future of colocation/data centers—what some “call the next generation data center network.”
Live from VMWorld 2014: Building a Business Case for Compliancy and Disaster Recovery in Healthcare: The Impact of Industry Regulation
Blogging live from VMWorld 2014, our Windstream blogger shares highlights from the forum “Compliancy and Disaster Recovery in Healthcare: The Impact of Industry Regulation.” Session leaders reviewed how pressures caused by healthcare industry regulatory changes are driving reliance on IT systems, increasingly so in light of HIPAA compliance requirements—and offer valuable insight into developing a disaster recovery roadmap.
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is not only a flexible, scalable and reliable business continuity and disaster recovery solution, it’s extraordinarily cost efficient. Windstream offers tips and resources to help guide you through the process of choosing a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) provider and justifying ROI.
In this "Day in the Life" vlog, Chris Nicolini, our Senior Vice President of Operations for Data Centers, shares why he believes Windstream Hosted Solutions is so unique. As Chris talks about the growth potential, investments in data center and cloud technology and the empowered data center teams of Windstream Hosted Solutions, it's clear he has a passion for data center operations and the team he leads.
Windstream foresees a bright future for managed services as businesses outsource infrastructure, applications and systems for greater IT efficiencies across every industry vertical more companies report IT costs reductions up to 40 percent and 50 to 60 percent increases in operational efficiency.
Windstream blogger Chris Nicolini shares solid data center advice and sensible disaster preparedness tips for ensuring business continuity for every disaster imaginable from tornados to earthquakes—and even ZRaaS (Zombie Recovery as a Service) solutions for the dreaded zombie apocalypse.
Summer break is almost over for college students all over the country, and that means one thing for college and university IT teams, prepping their IT networks for the unavoidable increase in network activity, with many dreading the inevitable volume spikes that arrive faster than freshman dorms fill up with microwaves and futons.
With much of the business continuity conversation revolving around network and data protection priorities, it’s often easy to overlook that the term “business continuity” actually encompasses all activities essential to business continuance. Business continuity solutions ensure the performance and resiliency of all mission-critical business functions, allowing companies to continue delivering products or services at acceptable, predefined levels in the event of unplanned disruptions.
Let’s face it. No one wants disasters. We don’t invite them over; don’t want to hang out with them. But they happen—and a disaster recovery and business continuity plan is the best option for being prepared and kicking them to the curb when they come rushing in.
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