Two Questions for Branding in the Web 2.0 World: Is It Up? Is It Fast?

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With IP networks taking on many new challenges from VoIP, rich multimedia and other high-bandwidth consuming and high-priority applications, SMBs need to be sure the network connectivity between their business and Cloud Computing provider is protected with controls for reliable Internet circuit availability, and for optimizing delivery of traffic to critical applications. To that end, managed service providers that outsource applications and network services for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) within a cloud-computing environment are finding great value in protecting their Internet-based services from network downtime and IP circuit performance problems. As SMBs look to cloud-computing outsource providers for cost-effective and reliable delivery of their mission-critical applications such as ERP, CRM, VoIP, email and other applications, there is a need for the m... (more)

Two Questions for Branding in the Web 2.0 World: Is It Up? Is It Fast?

Keeping your brand alive and well on the Web isn't as easy as it looks. There are few things as important as your reputation, and in the Web 2.0 economy, your reputation is increasingly tied to your web presence. So keeping the website up, available, and responding quickly is critical not only for success, but also for survival. If you think about it, a website's reputation on the Internet can be boiled down to two questions: ‘Is it up?' and ‘Is it fast?' Sure, some websites just make it look easy. Take Google, which is always up and always blazing fast. When was the last time y... (more)

Avoid Network Outages within SaaS and Cloud

A primary element of SaaS and cloud computing is the virtual datacenter or Virtual Platform Infrastructure (VPI). VPI refers to virtual machines and virtual platforms that rely on many additional physical and virtual infrastructure elements. Over the past few years, new infrastructure platforms such as virtual machines, virtual management, virtual switching/routing, virtual storage, and virtual system management have come together to help drive cloud computing. Virtual machine platforms such as VMware ESX and Microsoft Hyper-V are alluring technologies that have the promise of b... (more)