Tag: SLA

Planning your backup strategy takes dedicated resources and critical thought to what needs to be backed up and how. When it comes to your virtual infrastructure, are you continuously missing SLAs and suering from poor visibility into your VM utilization? It’s time to take control of your entire backup and virtual environment! Here are some […]

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 […]

Comparing MSP Trends from 2014 to 2015 The MSP market is getting crowded! Some trends are discouraging, creating the need to choose your partners wisely. How do you stay ahead in the competitive world? According to a recent survey by Kaseya regarding MSP market trends, there are some major changes in the industry. When looking […]

MSPs are facing new challenges in the marketplace. A recent MSP Pricing study by Kaseya indicated many interesting trends. For the first time, more than half of the MSP market offer cloud solutions. The number is even higher for high growth MSPs at 58%. Of these, 75% saw growth in revenue from cloud. On the […]

Here is a list of things to look for when picking a cloud solution provider promising 100% Uptime SLA Cloud SLAs of some service providers can be deceptive. The “devil” is definitely in the details as providers advertise things like a 10,000% SLA, but when you drill down on the details, the definition of an […]

Steve, how does Ajubeo compete in its market?#CUBEgems @Ajubeocloud #HPEDiscover @ #theCUBE https://t.co/b5gZbFfpiJ — theCUBE (@theCUBE) June 9, 2016 Ajubeo CEO, Steve Brothers, talks about what makes Ajubeo different and how to compete in the cloud market In this video, Steve discusses infrastructure and cloud differentiators: Built-to-fail cloud vs. non-commodity cloud What do CIO’s and […]