We’re so pleased to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has given Cloudistics a 5-Star rating in the CRN 2018 Partner Program Guide. This annual guide is the definitive listing of partner programs from technology vendors that provide products and services through the IT channel. The 5-Star Partner Program Guide rating recognizes an […]
Cloudistics private cloud platform has been chosen as one of the 10 Hot Storage Companies to Watch, according to this roundup in Network World. In the review, Startup50 Founder Jeff Vance notes the problems Cloudistics solves, and how we solve them: Problem they solve: Many organizations have been blocked from moving to the cloud due to security, data control and compliance issues. Even so, […]
Most organizations—just to keep up and to achieve those goals—are turning to public cloud providers. The public cloud providers will tell you that moving to the public cloud allows you to execute quickly, focus on applications, and gain additional value. You’ll also cut on-premises infrastructure and retool staff—offering even more potential for increased value.
As a Managed Service Provider (MSP), you are always being challenged to capture, maintain and increase your share of the cloud services market, while discovering new ways to drive efficiency and accelerate time to value.
In the context of your virtual data center architecture you’ve probably never considered the impact that clustered systems have on operational efficiency. After all, they’ve been in use for years and within the context of virtualized systems they manage all the storage and compute resources needed by VMs. So why consider a non-clustered architecture?
Recent advances in converged and hyperconverged IT platforms have eliminated some of the barriers to effective VDI installations. Here’s how Cloudistics goes beyond hyperconverged to help your enterprise easily deploy a solution.
The healthcare industry is undergoing a substantial growth with an increased demand for services, due to increasing aging populations, the prevalence of chronic diseases, and the rise in the use of Electronic Medical Records (EMRs). To address this evolving situation, healthcare IT professionals need scalable and low-cost infrastructure platforms to equip for future demands.