Industry Insights

January 22, 2015

Everything You Need to Know About Windows 10

For those of us waiting with bated breath for Windows 9, Windows 10 is here.  And the best part: it’s FREE. That’s amazing enough to warrant repeating. It’s FREE. That’s right—For anyone with Windows 7 or higher, Windows 10 will […]
January 20, 2015
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Why The Cloud May Start to Burst in 2015

With all the 2015-tech-predictions swirling around making you simultaneously excited and a little skeptical, I thought we’d focus on our good friend the cloud—and why that cloud might just start to burst into rain starting this year. Why the Cloud […]
January 15, 2015
protesters outside the white house plead to save the internet

Why The Government is Doing More Than You Think to Help The Internet

For some, it may have been a while since you’ve really seen the government trying to do good for the people. And let’s face it, the internet is awesome. The government uses it. We use it. They probably want to […]
January 12, 2015
Mozilla and Firefox enter a five year deal

UPDATE: What the Mozilla Yahoo Partnership Will Mean For You

UPDATE: Google’s Search Share Drops, More Loss May Be Coming As recent as Mozilla’s switch away from GoBing which powers Yahoo’s search engineogle and to Yahoo for searches is, the impacts are already being felt. It’s been reported that Google’s U.S. […]
December 23, 2014
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The 4 Most Promising Data Center Trends in 2015

2015 might be the year that changes the way you look at data forever. Everyone is constantly looking for more efficient (but cheaper) ways to store their data or bring their data to their customers as quickly as possible. And […]
December 19, 2014
JP Morgan's cyber attack was the largest on a bank in history

The 5 Worst Cyber Security Hacks of 2014 and How They Affect You

Whether you look back on 2014 with malice or glory, it was undoubtedly the year of cyber security—or lack thereof. It seemed like every week there was a huge company or organization that was under siege from the the world’s […]
December 4, 2014
data servers

How Colocation is Still Thriving in an Increasingly Cloud-Based World

Oh, what’s that? You thought colocation was a thing of the past—a dying breed pushed away by the cloud legion? Well, then you’re going to be quite surprised at how well colocation is managing despite what you might be hearing. […]
December 2, 2014
NoSQL

What Is NoSQL and Why Do You Need It For The Internet of Things?

Do you have a huge database? If you do, you’re probably pretty techie. In that case you’re probably preparing for the Internet of Things. But are you preparing correctly? Probably not if you have a huge database. It’s going to […]
November 26, 2014
Black Friday Data

What Happens When Black Friday and Data Meet

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Explained Black Friday is the day when consumers go home with tons of unnecessary stuff they wait in line unnecessary amounts of time to purchase. Which is great if you’re trying to save a few […]
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