As users begin to leverage the potential of the cloud, Chromebook also rapidly increases its market share. The Chromebook seamlessly pairs high security with the convenience and flexibility of hosting applications and data in the cloud.
The 9-5 today is nothing like it was a few years ago; so much so, that your 9-5 is likely not a 9-5 anymore. Mobility and cloud have changed the way that we work. Specifically, when and where we work. Now that cloud technology has made data and applications more accessible, productivity is not confined to the four walls of an office anymore.
There’s another looming April deadline you have forgotten about, and this one’s just as critical as your annual filing. Just don’t tell the IRS. The often cited SQL Server 2005 end of support deadline is finally upon us. This means that Microsoft will no longer release security updates, and continuing to run SQL Server 2005 could put your organization’s compliance and security at risk.
Extended support for SQL Server 2005 ends on April 12, 2016, We asked several SQL experts to share some insights on the various migration options available (such as SQL Server 2014), as well as the pros and cons of each. Here’s what they had to say…
Migrating your data to the cloud is only 1/3 of the challenge. The other 1/3 is protecting your data in the cloud by ensuring no unauthorized copies exist. The last 1/3 is guaranteeing data destruction when you need to remove it from the cloud. For regulatory controlled industries, these aren’t merely challenges you need to solve but ones which are required in order to prove your company is (drum roll please) “in compliance.” These challenges are complicated by the fact that most cloud providers don’t provide data center tours, don’t allow penetration testing, and seem to resist transparency in their logs & processes. Yep, when it comes to THE CLOUD – you’re just supposed to believe it all happens via magic right? No! I say, trust but verify!
We’ve introduced a number of new features to dinManage. These new features will empower our users to have more direct control of their infrastructure, with even more functions that they can perform directly without the assistance of dinCloud support.
Despite declining PC sales, Google’s Chromebook continues to thrive. Many cite the Chromebook’s management capabilities, budget-friendly price point, and security controls as key drivers in its growth in education, enterprise, and the overall marketplace.
When it comes to hosted desktops, you have a number of options to choose from. Within the dinCloud portfolio alone, your organization can leverage dinHVD or webHVD, depending on your solution requirements. Many have asked what the differences are between the two Desktop as a Service (DaaS) products. In this article, the solutions are differentiated so you can identify which hosted desktop is right for your organization.