The Irony of the Cloud - Why Managed Cloud Makes Sense for Your SAP Applications
OneNeck IT Solutions  |  April 28, 2016
Early on, the only choice for deploying ERP applications in an organization was to fully deploy and manage the entire system on premises, which required a high level of in-house expertise and resources, making it only feasible for large enterprises. The cloud opened up new possibilities, but the complexity of ERP still posed serious challenges. Managed Cloud Services have now entered the picture to ease IT’s burden for successfully managing their ERP applications.
Is Your Managed Services Provider Helping or Hurting Your Organization
OneNeck IT Solutions  |  April 26, 2016
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) need to be a partner in your success. Top MSPs go beyond simply providing managed services; they provide oversight and support services that enable organizations to manage and monitor their applications wherever they're deployed. They need to understand how to move apps and shift clouds to optimize your infrastructure without disruption. Make sure that your MSP understands your needs so that they help your business grow.
Blue Skies for Businesses Moving to the Cloud
OneNeck IT Solutions  |  April 25, 2016
By teaming up with OneNeck for your Managed Microsoft Azure solution, you have even more choices when deciding which cloud makes sense for your workloads. Plus, you get the added value of OneNeck managing all your services. By combining Azure with OneNeck’s robust monitoring tools and managed services expertise, you can quickly add new services and cloud resources to address changing business needs. Our support team handles the design, implementation and management so you can focus on building your business, rather than supporting the infrastructure.
Addressing Common Cloud Security Concerns (Part 2)
 |  April 21, 2016
The risks will vary depending on how an organization uses the cloud, whether in a public, private, or hybrid cloud model. No matter what cloud architecture your organization adopts, there are measures you can take to mitigate your risk.
Putting SDN to Work with an Application Centric Infrastructure
Amy Gregory  |  April 19, 2016
Learn from an industry expert how we are seeing firsthand with our customers how ACI delivers a new way of networking that’s faster, more simple and brings a new level of security to the data center. It’s really powerful and here to stay.
OneNeck + Three Clouds = CHOICE
OneNeck IT Solutions  |  April 18, 2016
5 Ways to Balance Mobile Device Privacy with Network and Data Security
OneNeck IT Solutions  |  April 13, 2016
These five tips can help you find the balance between keeping your organization's data safe and preserving your employees’ right to privacy.
4 Signs that Point to ERP’s Future in the Cloud
Reanna Gutierrez  |  April 07, 2016
Organizations that start their migration to the cloud often begin with nonessential applications to test their process to work out the kinks before migrating more mission critical applications. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications are among the most essential and complex, providing integrated back office support for financial, marketing, and human resources functions. The question has lingered as to whether or not organizations would trust their ERP applications to the cloud. All signs are now pointing to the fact that the future of ERP is in the cloud.
Azure Site Recovery is more than just DR in the cloud
Scott Morley  |  April 05, 2016
For a number of businesses, the conversation around business continuity and disaster recovery remains a difficult one. Many companies have already invested the capitol in an all virtualized server farm, set up in an N+1 configuration, with weekly backups being taken offsite. So with the IT staff already stretched thin it’s easy to ask why another set of expensive servers - sitting doing nothing – is needed. It can make a BC/DR solution feel like buying flood insurance in Arizona. The unfortunate reality, however, is that floods do happen.
Which Cloud is Right for Your Workloads?
Reanna Gutierrez  |  April 01, 2016
"Hybrid cloud" sounds as if it could be a yoga pose, and indeed, organizations that choose a hybrid cloud model are often seeking balance. The hybrid cloud allows companies to have an agile IT infrastructure while retaining control over their most sensitive assets. But simply deciding on a hybrid cloud doesn't achieve a stable, tranquil IT operation; organizations need to effectively allocate their workloads to achieve that nirvana.