• Helpful resources for disaster recovery planning

    Megan Gish, January 15th, 2015

    Don’t let your disaster recovery plan fail due to lack of communication or organization buy-in. Use tools that will help you frame a clear, consise conversation between your IT, risk management and leadership teams. Consider structuring your conversation by using a clear matrix of risk, recovery and expense that will help shape your discussion. What is the… Read More

  • Cloud News Report: Questions to ask about cloud and the CIO’s role

    Megan Gish, December 29th, 2014

    The Cloud News Report is a weekly list of our favorite cloud computing articles. At VMworld this year, we quizzed attendees to determine their IT personality. The questions we asked helped to determine if you were an IT Builder or IT Disruptor… both personalities drive the IT world forward, but they have a different approach when it comes to… Read More

  • Top Considerations for Healthcare IT When Considering Cloud

    Megan Gish, December 19th, 2014

    One of the biggest challenges facing healthcare organizations and providers today is the need to meet goals of healthcare reform and deliver safe, high-quality care at a lower cost. IT is a critical component of meeting this challenge, and healthcare organizations are increasingly considering managed cloud service and hosting partners to handle existing legacy application environments, while… Read More

  • Benefits of hosting SAP workloads in the cloud

    Megan Gish, December 9th, 2014

    SAP workloads demand stability and security no matter where they are hosted. If you are considering the benefits and economies of cloud-based hosting, look for a provider that has received official SAP certification for cloud services and/or hosting services. This certification requires an extensive review of the vendor’s infrastructure, physical and logical security measures, processes, portal,… Read More

  • Benefits and Advantages of Managed Cloud Hosting

    Megan Gish, December 5th, 2014

    When you’re just starting your managed cloud hosting provider search, it can be hard to tell the differences between what you need, what you want and what providers will and can offer you. A recent Network World article by Christine Burns tried to pull out some of the differences and key benefits to the end user. Burns… Read More

  • Traditional vs. Cloud-Based DR: Disaster recovery questions answered

    Megan Gish, October 2nd, 2014

    In September, Bluelock hosted, “DR is broken, so stop it. Stop it right now” featuring a panel of experts who have already gone through the process of modernizing their disaster recovery solutions by moving them to the cloud. During the webinar, attendees were encouraged to ask questions of panel experts. Jeff Ton, SVP of Corporate… Read More

  • RPO and RTO: Disaster recovery questions answered

    Megan Gish, September 22nd, 2014

    Earlier this month, Bluelock hosted the webinar, “DR is broken, so stop it. Stop it right now” featuring a panel of experts who have already gone through the process of modernizing their disaster recovery solutions by moving them to the cloud. During the webinar, attendees were encouraged to ask questions of panel experts. Bryan Bond,… Read More

  • What’s Your IT Personality: Builder or Disruptor

    Megan Gish, September 10th, 2014

    Do you love rolling up your sleeves and building the solution yourself? Do you see the big picture and implement the latest, cutting edge technologies? IT Builders and Disruptors both drive the IT world forward, but they have a different approach when it comes to their work style, partnering with vendors, and internal motivators. IT Builder: You’re a defender… Read More

  • A Quick Guide to Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

    Megan Gish, June 12th, 2014

    Create and implement the most effective DR strategy for your organization with the help of Bluelock’s action-packed guide to Disaster Recovery in the cloud. This helpful guide will help you set your DR plan in motion with a comprehensive checklist and detailed information to follow during each step. Be prepared for anything by checking your… Read More

  • NetworkWorld Names Bluelock to Most Powerful IaaS Company List

    Megan Gish, June 5th, 2014

    Christine Burns from NetworkWorld assembled a list of the 10 most powerful IaaS companies. Burns created this list with help from analysts at Cloud Technology Partners, Current Analysis, Enterprise Strategy Group, Gartner, IDC, and Neovise. The group was polled to name the companies they believed to have “the most influence in drawing enterprise customers into the… Read More

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