Aaron Russo - Senior Manager for Tech Sales Data Center
Aaron Russo
Senior Manager for Tech Sales Data Center
Jeff Stork - Software Delivery Practice Manager
Jeff Stork
Senior Service Manager
Lane Shelton - Vice President of Software Business Development
Lane Shelton
Vice President of Software Business Development
Tony Dancona - Vice President of VMware EUC
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Increasing SMB Adoption Rates for Office 365

Is Your Organization Dragging Its Heels?

by Rick Sabarese | 12.07.16

Recent research by cloud management software company SkyKick suggests that among U.S. small and medium businesses (SMBs), 83% have yet to use Office 365 in some form. So what’s holding back SMBs from adopting cloud-based services that can help them reduce costs and improve productivity?

Tags:cloud infrastructureConnectionITMLOOffice 365Readiness AssessmentSaaSSMBSoftwareSoftware as a Service SaaSSoftware Practice

Cloud Computing

Cloud Storage and Disaster Recovery

The Dynamic Duo of IT

by Kevin O'Connor | 05.16.16

It may look like everyone is adopting cloud technology. However, IDG Research shows that over half of IT leaders (56%) say they are still identifying IT operations that are candidates for a move to the cloud. Connection is seeing more movement to cloud storage and disaster recovery (DR), because they provide immediate benefits and relief to both the IT environment and staff. Check out some of these statistics.

Tags:Amazon Web ServicesCloudCloud StorageCloud TechnologyConnectionDisaster RecoveryGoogle ChromeIDGIDG ResearchITMicrosoftPublic CloudSMB

Data Migration

Server 2003 EOS: A Migration Path for SMBs

Stay Agile, Competitive with Windows Server 2012

by Sarah Senftle | 02.20.15

For large enterprises, migrating to Windows Server 2012 before Microsoft officially ends support for Server 2003 on July 14, 2015 is a massive project.   Hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of servers might have to be replaced as part of the move to a modern, cloud-enabling server OS—all while keeping both migrated and unmigrated employees connected to the network and the business running without any downtime.

For small- and medium-sized businesses, a Server 2003 migration may be less complex, but it is no less critical. Once Microsoft pulls the plug, Server 2003 will be on borrowed time.

Tags:CloudComplianceHPITMicrosoftSecuritySMBTechnologyVirtualizationWindows Server 2003 EOSWindows Server 2012