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Original Publish Date 09/30/2019 By // by Teresa Stolarskyj Getting your mind around cloud language can seem complex. The terms and acronyms which pepper IT-speak can make cloud phrases seem out of reach. At BlueSilverShift, we believe that semantics shouldn’t be a hurdle. To help you navigate the language of the cloud, we will take you through... Continue Reading →
Original Publish Date 08/22/2019 By // by Teresa Stolarskyj Microsoft (and Bill Gates) says: Quality of life for many people today is much better than it was 20 years ago. Bill Gates is bullish on tech that focuses on improving happiness and living conditions around the world. He believes that focusing on improved well-being in the next... Continue Reading →
Original Publish Date 08/06/2019 By // by Teresa Stolarskyj Microsoft says: Meeting needs are changing. Employees are more mobile, increasing remote collaboration. 72% of employees will be working remotely by 202056% of meetings have at least one remote attendee1/3 of meetings are 100% virtual in nature56% of meetings have at least a remote attendee38% of remote attendees... Continue Reading →
Original Publish Date 07/30/2019 By // by Teresa Stolarskyj The common perception, and 5 things that may make you change your mind. There is a common assumption that migrating to the cloud means saving costs over on-premises technology. But those who jump in blind can be in for a rude surprise when the bill arrives. On-prem is... Continue Reading →
Original Publish Date 07/24/2019 By // by Teresa Stolarskyj From Microsoft A recent Accenture survey of IT executives showed that 58 percent of respondents experienced two to three major IT outages over the past decade. Cloud migration can help prevent outages, increase security protections, and cut costs. The BlueSilverShift perspective A successful move starts with thorough data migration planning. Scope, existing infrastructure and data, and the architecture of the data in a... Continue Reading →
Original Publish Date 07/09/2019 By // by Teresa Stolarskyj In a world where technological advances are being made at a seemingly ever-faster rate, it can feel daunting to keep up. The pressure to upgrade computer systems and software can seem like a costly, frustrating, even futile task. It can be tempting to stake a claim in a... Continue Reading →
Original Publish Date 07/05/2019 By // by Craig Slack Ghostwritten by Teresa Stolarskyj Governance. A word that can make a policy maker’s heart sing, but that generally strikes fear (or at least avoidance) into the rest of us. Cloud governance is a bit different though, and as I wrote previously, needs to be a key component of... Continue Reading →