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22 fascinating Cloud stories and 9 downloadable eGuides (with new pieces added every month).
CHAPTER 01: We’re Just Getting Started
Thanks to the Cloud, any business can utilize automatically upgraded, access-from-anywhere services, without the burden of maintenance. The access model embraces our new, hyperconnected reality.
Look beyond overburdened on-premise servers to the abundant resources of the Cloud. The on-demand capacity of the Cloud supports business growth in several irresistible ways.
The Cloud doesn’t eliminate the need for an IT department, it transforms the job descriptions. Get excited to evolve alongside disruptive business technologies.
This Cloud glossary will help you “speak Cloud,” and see through the buzzwords to the real value of the services you’re considering.
Transitioning to the Cloud means data and applications can be accessed on-demand from anywhere. Companies who take advantage are saving money and simplifying business.
To help your enterprise embrace Cloud, start a conversation about the risks and burdens you are currently shouldering with on-premise IT.
Understand your business goals to choose the Cloud model and services that can help you achieve them.
Cloud hosting solutions give you faster access to server power and make it possible to add resources and capacity on the fly.
Think shadow IT doesn’t impact your enterprise? Think again.
Find out why top-performing businesses are 60% more likely to turn to MSPs for their Cloud services — and to VARs and Telecom Agents too.
CHAPTER 02: Keeping It Real
Stop investing in expensive software and hardware, eliminate licensing fees, pay only for what you use, and let your Cloud provider do the hard labor.
Learn why IT is more central to business strategy, and more essential to growth, than ever before.
The CIO must take infrastructure, equipment, tools, people, and processes and transform them into a comprehensive business tech strategy that fuels productivity and growth.
When you evaluate Cloud services against your primary needs and values, clear frontrunners will quickly emerge.
More users, more bandwidth, more storage — what your infrastructure can handle today, it might not handle tomorrow. You must be scalable to stay competitive.
If tying Cloud spend to concrete business gains is challenging for your business, you might be stuck in this old IT paradigm.
Like Fido’s half-assembled dog house that’s starting to mold in the backyard, a self-managed Cloud can be more time- and resource-intensive than you expect.
The old “desktop” is being dismantled. Learn 5 questions to ask when choosing a DaaS provider.
Migrating legacy applications isn’t always easy, but it’s better than missing out on the cost savings and performance of the Cloud.
CHAPTER 03: Making It Work for Me
Learn why AWS is dominating the Cloud forecast, and why Public Cloud may be coming to your business sooner than you think.
Joining Public Cloud with managed services is in the best interest of the enterprise, which needs a cost effective, all-of-the-above solution.
Your organization needs Public Cloud, but you don’t have the years and budget it would take to develop an IT team with the right skill set. Unless there’s a shortcut…
The word “hybrid” can apply to nearly every type of enterprise computing model, so what does it really mean?
Use these 5 pro tips to secure a Cloud SLA that will keep your network, storage, hosting, performance, and more predictable and secure.
Price does not equal performance. Use performance testing to ensure you get the services you need to thrive.
If you’re moving to the Cloud and want a future-proof solution, start with a thorough examination of your workloads.
What would you do if you could have all the Cloud resources you need? Take advantage of the Public Cloud — because your competitors already have.
The entire Master Agent Ecosystem is designed to bring you the best in Cloud vendors, technology, and services. Learn more about this invisible partner.