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We dove deep into our blog archive and discovered a gem from 2015, "Cloud Computing in 2020: Looking into that Crystal Ball." We got a few things right and we got a few things wrong, including the circa 2015 concept of a cloud architect being an "emerging idea." I thought it would be great to write an update on where we are now with these former predictions. We asked David Jones, GreenPages' Director of CSP Operations, to go back to the future and respond to our 2015 predictions. Read his responses (in green) below! Let's just hope Biff doesn't get his hands on this article in the past, you never know what he could do with it!
I spent some time out in California with several tech/cloud/awesome companies for Cloud Field Day 6 (as well as with some amazing cloud delegates!) and I’ve been meaning to write about some of the really cool stuff that I saw out there. So with that, I want to tell you about Morpheus Data.
By Jeff Fudge, Client Services Director
Originally posted on siliconANGLE.com The road to the hybrid cloud is anything but straight for many enterprise firms. Twists, turns and forks in the road can range from security and disaster recovery to automated services and workload management.
“Security is not a project. Security transcends technology…it never stops.” —Randy Becker, Vice President, Security Operations & Chief Information Security Officer In this interview, Becker discusses the pivotal role of the modern CISO and the strategies that digital-era organizations are implementing to protect their businesses in an increasingly dangerous threat landscape.
Hear how GreenPages helped a retail management client modernize their current state infrastructure and design their target state public cloud environment to enable self-service, self-scaling, and self-provisioning.
By Kevin Dresser, Solutions Architect
Written by Chris Williams, Enterprise Consultant