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  • A Brief Overview of Amazon Web Service (AWS)

    Amazon Web Services is an evolving cloud-based platform that provides a mixture of services ranging from Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and platform as a service (PaaS). The resulting platform is a scalable cloud application that has infrastructure provisioning like networking, storage, computation, and management.

  • 3 Principles on How to Develop Secure Network Architecture

    Anything connected to the internet is at risk of being accessed by evil entities; thus, every network architect has the responsibility of ensuring their data gets to the intended party. This article gives guidelines on how to develop a modern secure network architecture design.

  • Top IBM Power Systems myths: “Power Systems are too expensive compared to x86”

    There are many misconceptions about IBM Power Systems in the marketplace today, and this blog series is helping to dispel some of the top myths. My last post put aside the myth that the OpenPOWER Foundation isn’t really an industry backed consortium and has no real influence or value in the marketplace.

  • IBM i 7.4 Released - What Has Been Improved?

    Finally IBM I 7.4 has been released, check out what is new in our review of updates/enhancements.

  • Comparing AWS vs. Azure vs. Google: Cloud

    In this article we will briefly compare the best clouds that are currently available on the market in 2019: google cloud, microsoft azure, amazon aws

  • Cyber Threats Shattered with Best 2020 Security Software.

    We are reviewing the best security software to fight cyber threats in 2019: Cisco, Symantec, Veeam, Awake AttackIQ

  • 24 Free and Easy Cloud-Based Apps for Business in 2020

    In 2019 there are dozens of companies that offer free tier apps that could work for business of any size. They are: office 365, amazon aws, google drive, slack, evernote, docusign, etc

  • Public Clouds Burst with VPC Benefits

    When private cloud computing takes places within a provider's public cloud infrastructure, the result is a virtual private cloud. By isolating a specific segment of their public cloud, providers can offer individual, on-demand access to clients. Companies who subscribe to VPC realize benefits from maintaining control without having to share resources with other clients. 

  • Multiple Servers Maximum Scalability: Best Cloud Hosting for 2020

    One of the most compelling features of cloud hosting is flexibility. Now, instead of being tethered to a single server, you can benefit from the multiple resources included in cloud hosting. The flexibility offered by a virtual server generates an atmosphere of affordable control, making it ideal for website owners who want to pay for what they use. 

  • Companies Offering the Best Free Cloud Hosting and Why

    Ads for free cloud hosting are bound to capture your attention when considering the costs involved in setting up your site. You'll save on set-up as well as maintenance, so choosing the optimal provider is vital. Wisdom is critical when researching your options; free hosting typically means the user is responsible for obligations usually included with a paid subscription. Also, free doesn't guarantee your site is secure. 


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