There are basically two approaches to migrating to the cloud. Think of it like jumping into a swimming pool: you can ease in slowly or cannon ball into the water.
On February 21, 29 of our team members, including several employees from our customer Ganahl Lumber, spent the day packing boxes and loading pallets at the Second Harvest Food Bank.
Yesterday, Zumasys employees Ray Gasser and Dave McCary participated in the NetApp sponsored St. Baldricks head-shaving event to help fight childhood cancer.
As a growing cloud services provider to SMBs around North America, Zumasys wanted to proactively inform onsite clients about potential datacenter and network problems, overcome any internal technology issues before they affected its cloud customers, and find a solution that could even become its own profit center.
Irvine-based Zumasys Inc. took a gamble six years ago developing a cloud-computing platform for small to medium-sized businesses.
I just returned from a couple of days in Las Vegas, supporting the efforts of Syncsort reseller partner Zumasys and their user conference, the aptly named Zumapalooza.