Protecting Your SaaS in 2019

Click to learn more about author W. Curtis Preston Two things will happen a lot in 2019: the introduction of more SaaS storage vendors and more SaaS data loss incidents. Although it may sound that the two are directly related, that A leads to B, they are actually quite different. The latter is due to […]

Hybrid Cloud Computing: What Does it Mean?

Click to learn more about author Joe deBuzna. My previous blog post, The Cloud is Now, covered motivations on why organizations adopt the Cloud, and why IT is now embracing Cloud Computing. However, a move to the Cloud can be a complex undertaking, especially for organizations running many applications or even multiple on-premises data centers. Business […]

The Key to the Cloud is Agility

Click to learn more about author Derrin Rummelt. In the technology industry, when you say “agile,” a variety of definitions and instances will come to mind. “Agile” is typically marked by a ready ability to move with quick, easy grace; having a quick resourceful and adaptable character, nimble, having dexterity. That definition fits the Cloud. […]

Five Cloud Computing Trends of Note for 2019

Click to learn more about author Jay Chapel. Acquisitions, Multi- and Hybrid Cloud, growth of Cloud Managed Services, containers and green initiatives marked a dynamic year in Cloud Computing. Cloud Computing continued to be one of the hottest topics in the technology and business media throughout 2018. This is no surprise as the Cloud Sector […]

What is a Customer Data Platform?

Click to learn more about author Jonathan Lee. In the past year and a half DATAVERSITY readers have been exposed to new Customer Data Platform (CDP) offerings from vendors like BlueConic, RedPoint Global and others. But what is a CDP? First introduced around 2013, CDP is a concept defined by the Customer Data Platform Institute […]

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