What Our Customers Have to Say About 2022’s Most Pressing Cloud Challenges

As the state of cloud computing continues to evolve, how are customers and service providers handling the inevitable growing pains?  Change. Our world has experienced an incredible amount of it over the last two years, to say the least. When large-scale societal change occurs, more often than not, technology is in the driver’s seat —…

Not All Workloads Are Created Equal

Choosing a Disaster-recovery-­as-­a-­Service (DRaaS) provider can be a daunting task, especially if your organization is using DRaaS as a first step into cloud services. There are many choices, from large providers such as Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, to much smaller or more focused providers. The question of how to choose a cloud provider for DRaaS…

Comparing iland to Hyperscale Disaster Recovery Providers

Considerations When Comparing iland to Hyperscale Disaster Recovery Providers

When planning your disaster recovery (DR) solution there are many considerations and challenges to take into account when comparing cloud providers. Every provider has their own solutions, strengths and weaknesses. Listed below are some of the top items to consider when setting up a DR solution along with how providers stack up against iland.  …

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Moving Your Business to the Cloud? Be Careful About Putting All of Your Eggs in One Basket

The recent outage with Amazon’s S3 cloud storage facilities has highlighted the risk of relying on a single cloud provider. To Amazon’s credit, they were quick to acknowledge the problem and get everything working again. However, the outage was significant and it demonstrated the number of well-known applications that are relying on these kind of cloud services.…