VMblog.com recently featured an article written by dinCloud CTO, Mike Chase.
In the article, Chase analyzes existing IT trends and shares his predictions for 2016. He was quoted saying that "thinking you can do an onsite cloud is foolish. Enterprises lack the cost model, time, and talent to compete with the big dogs. As such, the real question isn't whether enterprises will leverage public cloud, but how many of them?"
The CTO of dinCloud was featured in Credit Union Times on the OPM breach.
Mike Chase, CTO of dinCloud, was recently quoted saying that “the OPM breach is unique in that fingerprint data gets very personal, because everything from your iPhone to many residential gun safes use fingerprint technology as security.”
The CTO of dinCloud was featured in Enterprise Tech on the advantages of a cloud orchestration platform.
In the article, Mike Chase, CTO of dinCloud is quoted saying, “Since we wrote our cloud orchestration platform from scratch instead of using OpenStack as the starting point, we feel we have a lot of advantages that the majority of competitors can’t offer (who are based on that solution).”
The CTO of dinCloud was featured in RCR Wireless News on the importance of redundancy in cloud infrastructure.
In the article, Mike Chase, CTO of dinCloud is quoted saying, “A secure cloud is one where all traffic is filtered, every endpoint defended, multiple products catch what one alone may not, key elements may be replicated geographically, and when you’ve done all you can do and it’s still not enough – that full rollback to a prior point in time is assured.”
Construction Business magazine recently featured an article written by dinCloud SVP and CMO, Ali Din.
In the article, Din speaks about boosting business operations with the cloud. He was quoted saying that "the cloud offers a solid foundation to support business needs. Don’t settle for cloud service providers that aren’t willing to provide transparency."
dinCloud's VP of sales, was featured in Business Solutions Magazine on why VARS should focus on patient centered solutions.
In the article, David Graffia, VP of sales at dinCloud was quoted saying that "Channel partners can help companies quickly migrate to the cloud--which is critical to keeping pace with the rapidly evolving healthcare industry. These cloud-hosted infrastructures also offer solutions providers the opportunity to capture recurring revenue with managed services"
dinCloud was recently featured in IT Business Net and Health Technology Net for helping healthcare companies move their infrastructures to the cloud.
In the article, CIO of Medicalodges Stephen Arndt, was quoted saying, "We looked at several providers, but ultimately went with dinCloud - they had the best understanding of our HIPAA and BAA requirements and were also competitively priced. The solution also allowed us to alter our server specifications on the fly."
dinCloud's SVP was featured in the LAPA Reporter on considerations for law firms adopting cloud.
In the article Ali Din, SVP and CMO of dinCloud, was quoted saying "Cloud computing is increasingly regarded as a cost effective and efficient way to access, store, and transmit data. Like many other industries, the legal industry has started to adopt cloud technology".
dinCloud’s CTO was mentioned in Search Virtual Desktop’s recent article on cloud SLA promises.
In the article Mike Chase, CTO and executive vice president of dinCloud, was quoted saying “Cloud computing SLAs may never be enough compensation in any customer’s mind, but there are sound business reasons why all cloud providers limit SLAs”