Businesses large and small are looking for the most effective way to develop a safe and secure BYOD policy for their workers. This trend is sweeping not only tech workplaces, but across industries. BYOD stands for “Bring Your Own Device.” The general gist of it is that employees will bring personal devices, such as laptops, tablets, and smart phones, and use them for work. While BYOD is still very controversial, companies have found that there are some serious pros (and cons) when it comes to allowing employees to use their own devices.
Continuing our recent coverage of cloud storage, this post seeks to clear up the different types available. Despite some new technologies starting to gain ground to take advantage of the cloud’s unique topology (see our exploration of Gartner’s 2013 Cloud Storage Trends), the most common terms relating to storage in a data center environment are SAN, NAS and DAS.
With 2013 half over, we take a look at cloud backup in our latest infographic. How and why are companies using cloud backup? What are the biggest obstacles for adoption? How does cloud backup work, anyway? See more in the our cloud backup infographic below.
We’re pleased to announce that Green House Data Principal Architect Sean Bales passed his VCP5-DCV (VMware Certified Professional 5 – Data Center Virtualization) exam last week. Sean’s certification brings our total number of VCP5-DCV technicians up to three.
A recent Gartner webinar discusses the top 10 cloud storage trends in 2013, ranking survey results from “Very Hot” to “Neutral” based on feedback from cloud providers and users. The types and implementations of data storage included are wide-ranging. How can these different cloud storage types help your business?