August 15th, 2017
Our CEO, Chris McNabb, recently wrote in a blog post that adopting a “cloud-first” strategy is a business imperative. Organizations must become experts in managing their cloud applications and data to compete in our hyperspeed and brutally competitive age of digital transformation.
I want to follow up on Chris’ key insights with some practical considerations for how organizations can set themselves up as cloud-first businesses. By doing a little bit of homework, your company can more effectively take advantage of SaaS, IaaS, PaaS and other IT management innovations.
March 8th, 2016
In another example of Dell Boomi’s leadership in the application integration space, NetEvents Cloud Innovations Awards 2016 has named Dell Boomi a finalist in the Cloud Services for the Enterprise award, in recognition of our AtomSphere integration platform as a service (iPaaS).
The Innovation Awards are judged by an independent panel of respected IT professionals, industry gurus, the tech investment community and leading technology press and industry analysts from around the world.
September 25th, 2013
Mozy offers cloud backup and access services for home and business users. With more than six million customers, agility is key to Mozy’s success.
Mozy uses an automated, online infrastructure to speed implementation, backup and maintenance services to its millions of customers and integrates Salesforce.com with their backend database.
Read the customer success story to learn more about how Mozy’s agile approach helps it continue to develop its industry-leading customer support.
August 9th, 2013
In this guest post from Dell Multi-Cloud Manager, our sister product line in the realm of hybrid cloud, George D. Hadjiyanis discusses the all-important back end of your cloud adoption strategy. Because in order to gain the most from cloud, you must maintain the levels of management and control that allow you to fully achieve your organization’s goals.