Seasonal business, remote locations, and the need for high availability are just a few reasons why cloud computing is the perfect fit for the produce industry.
Zumasys CTO Andy Takacs discusses VMware’s vCloud Hybrid Service announcement why it is a positive development for existing cloud service providers, like us.
Whether you choose to ease your way into the cloud or jump right in, you should know that—once again—you have options.
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.
One day the price to move to the cloud will be eclipsed by the cost of 3-5 days of downtime. Only you will know when that day comes for your business.
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.
By leaving infrastructure management to Zumasys, the 1st Source Servall IT team can focus on important projects that help move the business forward.
Zumasys announced today that it was named 2012 Channel Partner Rookie of the Year for Syncsort Incorporated, a leading provider of data protection and recovery software that closely integrates with NetApp storage.
CFOs and CEOs no longer want to burden their balance sheets with costly IT investments—Cloud Computing is solving this problem.