Hi, I’m Mike Chase, the Chief Technology Officer for dinCloud also known as Dr. Cloud. I’d like to take a moment to welcome you to my CTO Corner. Here I will keep you updated on the fast-paced world of next generation datacenter technologies in the Cloud. You do not need to wear a silly hat in my corner --- as long as you keep up on your reading! Remember to check back frequently and if you have any questions please use our Ask Dr. Cloud section. I look forward to taking you on a journey through the Cloud!
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): A Checklist for IT Managers
Sep 5, 2013
The rising Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement and the consumerization of IT have left many organizations with outdated IT policies, which don’t support an agile workforce by enabling them to work from anywhere,
dinCloud Named to CRN’s 2013 Top Emerging Cloud Vendors List
Aug 19, 2013
dinCloud is pleased to be named a 2013 Emerging Cloud Vendor by UBM Tech Channel’s CRN Magazine. The annual list highlights hot tech startups making an impact on the channel and impression on the cloud industry as a whole.
Microsoft Awards dinCloud Partner of the Year Finalist
Jul 9, 2013
During the worldwide Microsoft Partner Conference in Houston this July, Microsoft announced dinCloud as a recipient of the Partner of the Year Finalist Award – in the category of Cloud Services for Small Business. What an honor!
Remaining competitive in the current landscape requires speed, agility, control and visibility; as such, designers are no different than the rest of the workforce, they seek anywhere, anytime, any device access to the files and programs that drive their work functionality.
As a cloud provider hosting desktops, servers and second site backup for global accounting firms, large automobile manufacturers and small law firms/healthcare organizations all around the country, we have heard a lot about security concerns in the cloud. Often times we are dealing with the IT organization within the business and their main concern seems to be security in the cloud.
5 Reasons: Why Cloud Computing For Small Business?
May 21, 2013
Many small businesses are migrating to the cloud and experiencing benefits never before possible. A recent study shows that in 2012, US-based small businesses used 4 cloud-based services on average, up from 1 in 2009. That number will grow to an average of 7 cloud-based services by 2015.