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Putting Big Data into Context

Part of the appeal of managed services and cloud computing is better and more efficient management of the deluge of data that the business cycle now generates. The sheer volume of data that our clients and their customers now generate is mind boggling
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00
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CompTIA Report Finds High Satisfaction Level with Managed Services

The vast majority of organizations that have adopted managed services (89%) are satisfied with their experience and are seeing significant business benefits, according to a recent report titled “Trends in Managed Services” from CompTIA, a non-profit IT professionals’ association. This number includes 56% of managed services users who are “mostly satisfied” with their service and 33% who are “very satisfied.”
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 00:00
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Best Buy Moves into Cloud Services with mindSHIFT Acquisition

Best Buy is the latest well known brand to buy into the fast growing cloud services space. The electronics retailer announced today that it's acquiring mindSHIFT Technologies, a leading managed service provider (MSP) to small and mid-sized U.S. businesses (SMBs).
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 00:00
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Desktop, Mobile Security Market to Hit $8.2 Billion

The business of securing connected desktop and mobile devices is a growing business, according to Infonetics Research's latest Security Client Software vendor market share and forecast report. The global market for desktop and mobile security clients will reach $8.2 billion by 2015, according to Infonetics.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00
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Cloud Growth to Drive Demand for Storage Solutions Out to 2015

Storage, hardware, software and professional services will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 23.6% from 2010-2015, as cloud computing drives net new IT spending and public cloud services providers and private cloud services operators invest in supporting infrastructure according to a report from International Data Corp. (IDC).
Written by Kevin Kutcher at 00:00

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