Digital Transformation – An Imperative or Simply a New Buzzword?
Amy Gregory  |  September 21, 2017
Digital Transformation – unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve heard this term from all directions of late, but is it really changing the business landscape or just another buzzword which will soon be replaced with a newer one? I sat down with OneNeck’s CTO, Clint Harder, to get his thoughts on what digital transformation entails, and if it’s really an imperative, where should you start...
When Milliseconds Matter – Supercharge Your Performance with Flash
OneNeck IT Solutions  |  September 19, 2017
Flash storage is critical for businesses that emphasize performance and move quickly. When milliseconds matter, flash just might be the solution to boost your I/O performance and stay ahead of the competition.
Earning Trust (and a Partner) vs. Making a Sale
Cindy Tomlinson  |  September 14, 2017
When it comes to technology sales, what separates legitimate solution providers from the wannabees is whether they are broadly selling insights or simply selling a solution. In this recent article, OneNeck’s CEO talks about gaining insights and deep diving into a conversation to discover what customer’s really want and need, instead of making broad assumptions.
Dynamics 365 for Operations –Gone Hybrid, Gone On-Premises
Reanna Gutierrez  |  September 12, 2017
Microsoft announced general availability of a hybrid Dynamics 365 scenario to deliver upon the demand of the customers. The 'local business data' or 'edge' option is now available (since July 1) and allows companies to deploy and run their Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (On-premise), Enterprise edition in their own data centers or in third-party data centers.
How to “AMP” Your Endpoint Protection
Amy Gregory  |  September 07, 2017
Malware is a broad term that encompasses any form of software designed to damage, steal or corrupt data. Ransomware, trojans, worms and rootkits are common malware examples, but the list is far more exhaustive, making fighting malware a normal part of operations for SMBs and corporations alike. But one cannot begin addressing the threat landscape without considering the risk endpoints bring into an organization.
Let’s Talk Colo - Q&A with Karla Myers, OneNeck Director of Business Development for Data Centers
Reanna Gutierrez  |  September 05, 2017
I recently sat down with OneNeck’s Director of Business Development for Data Center Services, Karla Myers, to discuss what’s driving the shift to colocation, key decision points one must consider when deciding to colocate and ways to recognize and avoid hidden colocation costs. Here’s what she had to say...
5 Cloud Backup Myths Debunked
Reanna Gutierrez  |  August 31, 2017
Cloud backup is like an insurance policy for your files. Backup is crucial when you consider that 60% of SMBs shut their doors within six months of a data disaster event. Fortunately, businesses are catching on to the urgency of data recovery, with 78% of SMBs expected to integrate to cloud backup by 2020. But before investing in a third-party backup solution, it’s helpful to know what cloud backup is and isn’t.
DaaS — Only as Good as the Apps and Data
Cindy Tomlinson  |  August 29, 2017
Giving employees the flexibility to work from anywhere on any device is key to attracting (and retaining) top-notch talent. But, the challenge is to identify and leverage technology to provide virtual (and safe) access to the desktop for any employee — on any chosen device.
7 Compelling Reasons to Adopt a Hybrid-Cloud Strategy
Reanna Gutierrez  |  August 24, 2017
Cloud technology is evolving rapidly. For forward thinking businesses, the question isn’t whether to adopt a hybrid or public cloud environment, it’s how to adopt a hybrid-cloud strategy. Seventy-seven percent of businesses plan to adopt a hybrid-cloud strategy in the near future, and 86% of enterprises predict they will need a hybrid-cloud solution in the next two years. Where in the journey is your organization?
Composable Infrastructure – The Next Big Thing in the Data Center?
Amy Gregory  |  August 22, 2017
The past several years has seen immense evolution in the data center, and yet again, we’re entering a new phase – composable infrastructure. Its self-service, flexible approach to application provisioning is enabling IT to operate much like a cloud provider by maximizing the speed, agility and efficiency of core infrastructure and operations. But how does it work?