When you look at a Lotus and a Lada, you can see that you get what you pay for. That’s not a negative statement against either car. If a Lada is what you need, then that is what you should buy. If you must have a Lotus, however, you literally can’t afford to settle for anything less. The same is true for when you, as a business or IT person, are considering moving to the cloud.
Last month, we had the opportunity to participate in an interview with Patrick Pushor of Cloud Chronicle (@CloudChronicle). Cloud Chronicle is focused on evangelizing cloud computing and discussing with vendors how their technology can address critical business needs as we move to this hyper-agile notion of on-demand computing as a utility. He focuses on standards, […]
EMC is expecting a record-breaking turnout at its 12th annual EMC World 2012 next week in Las Vegas. As a proud EMC partner, we will be attending the conference highlighting the challenges of legacy disaster recovery solutions and the benefits of Recovery as a Service in the cloud. Stop by and visit us in booth […]
Rich Miller, editor of Data Center Knowledge, stopped by our booth at Cloud Connect last week to give us his take on the conference, trends he was hearing and some thoughts on the direction of cloud computing as it relates to data centers. Watch video below: Following the conference and the announcement […]
Recently, Indu Kodukula, SunGard EVP and CTO, was interviewed by Smart Business Philadelphia. Here are a few of his remarks. – CM The #1 reason companies want to use the cloud for their applications is to align their spending with business value. Companies don’t know up-front what business return they would receive from a capital […]
In Part I, we recapped four of seven roles cloud computing plays today or will play in the near future, as discussed by Indu Kodukula, CTO of SunGard Availability Services. Here we complete the discussion with the final three roles Kodukula foresees.
With 30 year of experience and 10,000 disaster recovery and managed services clients, SunGard has a unique perspective on the cloud computing services mid-sized companies need today and in the coming years. SunGard CTO Indu Kodukola discusses those needs in this two part article.
Corporate data centers are changing because of cloud computing. But will cloud computing take over or will it be one more tool for IT departments to use to meet company goals? David Ayers explores the shift in IT.