Microsoft Office 365: What Should I Look for When Selecting a SaaS Data Protection Provider?

October 19th, 2016

Summarized by Molly Luxem, Marketing Assistant

Daily and On-Demand Backup

Daily, automated backup means that, if you choose, you can “set and forget” your backups, knowing you’ll always be protected without any effort on your part. Choose a backup provider that lets backup run quietly in the background, but also gives you the option to run a manual backup whenever you choose.

Microsoft Office 365: Data Loss in Cloud Application

October 7th, 2016

Summarized by Molly Luxem, Marketing Assistant

When disaster strikes your organization, you can’t just “start over”, unless you have a dependable backup and restore solution for SaaS data protection. Many of us believe that while cloud solutions are highly available and highly redundant, they’re also backed up to our own expectations.

Microsoft Azure: 10K Customers and Counting |

June 9th, 2010

Not bad for something just outta beta:

"Microsoft's Azure just came out of beta testing a few months ago, but the company has already signed up 10,000 paying customers to run their applications in the company's Azure cloud, a company executive said."

via Microsoft Azure: 10K Customers and Counting - InternetNews.

HTG recognizes outstanding peer group | i3

May 5th, 2010

Our peer group, HTG5 was awarded member group of the year out of the 22 peer groups at this year’s conference. Participation in this collaborative effort enables us to quickly compare ourselves to others in the industry, validate our strategy and decision making and go to market quickly with leading solutions and best practices that are proven and reliable

Businesses move to Enterprise 2.0 tools

June 4th, 2009

Coke and Pepsi. Crest and Colgate. It’s hard to unseat an entrenched incumbent in any market and Young said Microsoft’s SharePoint “will continue to steamroll the market.”

Businesses: Start Revving Your Enterprise 2.0 Engines

Have we now entered the post-OS era? | Tech Sanity Check |

May 31st, 2009

Jason Hiner makes many astute observations in his "Sanity Check" blog at Tech Republic. Some of his best are wrapped into this excellent April post about how we are beyond the 'OS wars" that the PC technology world gets so fixated on. And I agree with him 100% when he goes on to say that the Web browser is the standard interface for software applications.

Six ways to make Web 2.0 work | McKinsey Quarterly

May 30th, 2009

Interesting stuff going on the the web world, and this summer promises a whole new round of innovation from startups to new releases from the big guys Google (see Wave) and Microsoft (see Bing)

The McKinsey report Six ways to make Web 2.0 work  excerpt here can help keep things in context.