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Many organizations that were early adopters for BYOD (Bring Your Own
Device) have come to the realization that a successful BYOD program isn’t
as easy as installing hardware and software or executing a plan, no matter
how carefully that plan was put together. BYOD 1.0 may not have met
expectations, but there are ways to optimize your policies and procedures
so they support new technology, increase ROI and satisfaction. In this
case, “new technology” means next-generation portable devices that
employees want to use, but it also means new evolutions of infrastructure
components like cloud servers, storage devices, security measures and
Read this whitepaper to explore options for your modern data center – in-house, colocation, or cloud services – and how to leverage the benefits of each while maintaining costs and control.
Watch as Ken Copas presents an overview of GlassHouse's cloud services.
The fifth of seven articles, this article provides a great overview of the order process IT must build in order to provide services that satisfy consumer demands.
Explore the challenges of building a private cloud with an emphasis on how certain factors like in-house knowledge of cloud infrastructure and cost advantages are driving its increasingly broad support in the enterprise. Read more now.
This article explores the top reasons that private cloud initiatives fail, and how IT can collaborate with their users to build a successful, holistic solution.
In the 3rd of 7 articles, this article discusses factors in building your own menu or service catalog - an IT team must set up a catalog of offerings (understand what end users really want) and tailor their service offerings accordingly.
This article examines cloud evolution and features expert insight from Ken Copas, Cloud Practice Lead at GlassHouse, around the insufficiency of the term “cloud”. Copas explores the idea that the term "cloud" itself is all but meaningless at this point, because the level of complexity of choices has grown so much. "Walking up and saying 'I would like some cloud,' " he says, "is like walking into a restaurant and saying 'I would like some food.' " Read more now.
This article makes the case that the cloud must be fully understood, and can be configured and reconfigured to meet specific business objectives. Read this article to learn more about public, private and hybrid clouds, as well as service models (IaaS, PaaS and SaaS), and multiple deployment possibilities (enterprise clouds, commodity clouds, etc).
Read this article to learn more about the trend of cloud washing as a negative marketing approach that confuses companies about the benefits of cloud computing.
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