The rate of change in today’s IT landscape has led to an increase in the number of technologies, cloud initiatives, data creation, and security holes. These increases, in combination with limited resources, time, and expertise, have led many organizations in search of a trusted advisor to cut through all the noise. As a solutions integrator, we are constantly having discussions with organizations about what problems they are encountering. We polled our team to find out what these were, and four common problems emerged:
With news of IBM’s divestiture of their System X hardware group to Lenovo spreading like wildfire, it makes sense for us to comment on it.
The bring-your-own-device trend has caused a variety of dramatic shifts in the enterprise landscape, as well as among public sector organizations. Businesses and governments are increasingly turning to BYOD as a method of driving operational efficiency, employee engagement and organizational productivity, while decision-makers have scrambled to ensure mobility security is sustained throughout the launch of the projects.
Scalar recently participated in the 39th annual SIGGRAPH conference - the international conference and exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques. It was our first year at the conference, and we were showcasing StudioCloud, our high-performance server farm, launched earlier this year. Check out this short video of our Western GM, Darren Sharpe, giving an overview of the solution, which allows companies to rent servers on a per-server, per-day cost model.