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  • Disaster Recovery Plan for your organization – Now or Never

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    Disaster Recovery Plan for your organization – Now or Never


  • What is a data center and why you might need one?

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    What is a data center and why you might need one?

    Colossal IT industries such as Google, Microsoft, or Meta (Facebook) have trillions of gigabytes worth of data to be worked upon. Loss of this pivotal information or an anomaly of data can’t be endured. Therefore they built their personal data centers to keep their data intact and encrypted. Data Center is an infrastructure that companies […]

  • Believing Security Hype & Why I Thought It Was Noise

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    Believing Security Hype & Why I Thought It Was Noise

    I am not proud to admit that I used to put security into place to satisfy an audit. It took me time to learn that security is the foundation of any system. What I thought was security hype was really the need to increase cyber security awareness. Let me start with a story… Early Corporate […]

  • Why is Cloud So Expensive?

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    Why is Cloud So Expensive?

    Introduction “Why is Cloud So Expensive?” is a question that no one wants to ask or answer after completing the challenging task of moving workloads out of legacy platforms. In this post, we look at one case study of a Software as a Service Provider (SaaS) that had predicable costs in private cloud and found […]


  • Should I Move to Amazon AWS?

    Should I Move to Amazon AWS?

    Introduction It’s not that I don’t want people to migrate to AWS. For several years, I’ve witnessed many IT professionals move to AWS before I had a chance to assess their application. So far, I’ve seen mixed results as far as performance and cost. Many of these people have been kind enough to share their […]

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  • You May Be Over Paying for Data Center Power

    You May Be Over Paying for Data Center Power

    It’s All About the Density One of my earliest clients (circa 2000) wanted to completely fill a standard colocation cabinet with as many servers as it could physically hold. While logical, this was a big issue for us as our data center at that time could only cool a single cabinet up to 2 kilowatts […]

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  • Do We Have Answers for Mainframes in 2020?

    Do We Have Answers for Mainframes in 2020?

    Mainframes? Well, for large organizations, federal and state government entities, Mainframes are still a thing! For our most recent development project, we modernized a legacy application used by a professional association. It was a complete re-write of their application which we decided to develop in Google’s Firebase which is similar to AWS’ Lambda and falls […]

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  • For Now The Cloud Has Failed Us

    For Now The Cloud Has Failed Us

    Tech media sometimes misses the mark when it comes to cloud computing. Many articles describe positive transformation of their IT due to cloud migrations. These stories have encouraged others to migrate to the cloud when most of them should not be moving at all. Due to scaling incompatibilities, these firms have seen higher costs and […]

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