Tag: AWS

What are the advantages of using a third party in Hybrid Cloud strategy? Hybrid Cloud is two or more clouds (private, or public) that remain unique entities but are bound together by its user, offering the benefits of multiple deployment models, diversification of providers and the appropriate placement of workload (among other benefits). Hybrid Cloud […]

Approaching Disaster Recovery When IT teams begin to approach disaster recovery, thoughts immediately go to purchasing a building and filling it with people and equipment. The capital and operational expenses are beyond significant, so much so, that most of the time it is left out of the budget. This is especially true for organizations that […]

What are the hidden costs of downtime? By Justin Kraft, Director of Marketing, Ajubeo “Downtime cost isn’t currently calculated because we don’t get that many complaints” -Anonymous CIO Downtime calculations are based on a measure that can be measured. The reasons seem obvious; having an actual number makes the discussion easier with various departments and […]

Disaster Recovery Failures Recently, we have seen many headlines of major IT downtime outages. Southwest Airlines, Delta Airlines, Facebook, and many more have all been victims with the costs in the millions. Although your costs may not be as substantial, have no doubt they have a huge impact and cost. Determining your cost can sometimes […]

Cloud solutions are becoming normal for data and applications within every company. These solutions are now allowing companies greater scalability and to create more efficiency and performance while reducing costs. Having said this, it is important to know, no matter how big the provider you are working with complications can still exist. We created an […]

“Nobody Ever Got Fired for Buying Amazon Cloud” – a recent conversation Written by Jon Freeman, VP of Global Sales at Ajubeo My first job in the early tech marked was with MicroAge (circa the ’80s).  Fresh from programming assembler at Rutgers on an IBM 370 mainframe I was making a big mistake according to […]