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July
2014
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RiverMeadow’s Secure Direct Migration (SDM) Closes the Gap Between Security & Cloud

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The market is strong for public cloud services, supported by recent Gartner* research projecting the public cloud compute and storage market to grow cumulatively to $128 billion dollars from 2014 to 2018. That’s a CAGR of 35%. In addition, private cloud adoption is forecasted to reach 72% in 2014. And by 2016 private cloud will [...]

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February
2014
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Key Characteristics of the Cloud

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By Vinay Venkataraghaven Here at RiverMeadow, we specialize in migrating servers and workloads from one environment to another. The benefits and importance of cloud migrations wouldn’t mean much without a discussion of the critical role that clouds play in modern data center architectures. The cloud is increasingly viewed as a massively disruptive technology, that is [...]

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February
2014
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The Business of the Cloud, How Now?

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By Mark Mitchell It has taken years and finally the cloud is a reality. Enterprises, large and small, can and should eliminate major IT capital expenditures and also dramatically reduce operating expenses with higher service levels by migrating to the cloud. That is the story of IT today. But how does a firm actually do [...]

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February
2014
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Fait accompli, Cloud Mobility Will Be Highly Automated

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By Denis Martin It seems that with every passing day it becomes more evident that “hardware is being replaced by software.”  There are those who see academic innovations at universities like Stanford on the fronts of OpenFlow and the Software Defined Network or even early shifts in enterprise thinking on this front for support for [...]

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November
2013
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The Everlasting Gobstopper of IT…

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By Richard Scannell The Everlasting Gobstopper was one of the wonders of Willie Wonka’s Chocolate factory – the envy of every child in that no matter how long it was sucked, it never declined in size.  We learn that it is the lure set up to trick the kids with the golden tickets into stealing [...]

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