This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(770) 300-4700

Hey Team, We Are Moving to the Cloud!

cloudtrail

Migration in the Cloud space is an incredibly advantageous, yet often overlooked service.  Cloud vendors are always battling over the cost of running workloads on their Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), but how do those workloads get there?

Wireless Mobility: Connect All the Things!

IoT

This blog is the first in a series of articles dedicated to outlining the forthcoming influx of wireless and mobile devices, their impact on the network, and ways to prepare for successful integration. We'll look at what devices to expect, how many devices to expect, and how to plan your network design for this new wave of devices. We will begin our discussion with the "Internet of Things."

So, What's the Skinny on Data Reduction?

marsh

In April 2014, an independent study sponsored by the EMC Corporation1 predicted that the digital universe would swell to a staggering 44 zettabytes or 44,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes of information by 2020.  In the era of the “Internet of Things,” when multitudes of electronic devices connect to the Internet and generate massive amounts of information, one question is on the minds of many IT Professionals:  “How do we store that much stuff?” Naturally, the corresponding question on the minds of their business finance counterparts:  “How are we going to pay for it?” Technological engineering advances certainly have helped.  High density storage media that makes multi-terabyte magnetic drives possible, the ever-increasing density and capacity of tapes, and forays into the world of flash storage are all helping, but these innovations can only go so far.  The massive explosion of data is driving the need for ways of “storing smarter, not harder bigger.”  This brings us to the topic of data reduction.

Welcome to the Experience Economy

experience

At the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, Tiffani Bova, Senior Vice President of Gartner Research, introduced us to a sales and marketing perspective labelled the “Experience Economy.”  According to Ms. Bova, we’re currently in a world in which productivity workers have access to the “Internet of Everything:  People, places, devices, and technology.”  Today’s consumers fall into basically one of two categories:  knowledge seekers and decision makers.  Because of the tools of the Internet, most customers who visit our website, review our emails, and seek out our products are typically more educated and aware of what’s available.  They are extremely knowledgeable on how the product operates and what features it has.  They are looking for the vendor and provider that offers the best experience in delivery. 

Page 1 of 62

LATEST TWEETS

Corus360 [Denver Event] Join Corus360 and @PureStorage this Thursday for a dinner and a distillery tour at @Stranahans. http://t.co/1xzqlKEJcJ
2hreplyretweet

READ OUR BLOG

  • Hey Team, We Are Moving to the Cloud! 2014-09-02 by Kyle Cemate Migration in the Cloud space is an incredibly advantageous, yet often overlooked service.  Cloud vendors are always battling over the cost of runni...

GET IN TOUCH

Main: 770-300-4700
Fax: 770-903-9883
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

            

VISIT OUR FACILITY

Corus360
130 Technology Parkway
Norcross, GA 30092

Click for map