A case for the cloud: The business impact of the cloud, with skyline and tall buildings in background

A case for the cloud: The business impact of the cloud

Companies moving most aggressively to adopt cloud computing are being met with reward in growth and expansion  Since the cloud’s emergence in the early 2000s, business leaders have been inundated with messaging, all emphasizing the multiple cloud computing benefits—cost reductions, security, improvements to operations and employee productivity are among them.  These inherent advantages are well known, but what is less …

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How to overcome five major cloud challenges and get back to your business

The process to deploy and manage cloud services is challenging, and most businesses are seeking cloud vendors for the complex undertaking. Even with the cloud’s many benefits, some companies (including the ones already cloud computing) are still reluctant to fully adopt cloud computing. They are impressed with its obvious advantages, but they are also overwhelmed by its vast range of …

BriteSky President Joey Harrison stands smiling in a server room with hands in front for article "At BriteSky, clouds do come in all shapes and sizes."

At BriteSky, Clouds Do Come in All Shapes and Sizes

What would be the perfect cloud architecture for your business? A few years ago, Enterprise IT Infrastructure firm Decisive Technologies ran into a problem that any tech company would like to have – it was outgrowing its space. Decisive decided to take its own on-premise server infrastructure and co-locate into a Tier 3 third-party data centre. The Decisive team laboured with …

BriteSky President Joey Harrison discusses the 7 questions to ask a cloud service provider like BriteSky

7 Questions to Ask a Cloud Service Provider

Ottawa’s BriteSky highlights the industry’s fine print  The world of enterprise IT services is changing fast. Organizations of all sizes across industry verticals are looking to the cloud for services, cost efficiencies and stability. If your organization is like most that are having “cloud conversations,” you must do your homework to ensure you’re getting what you need and what you’re …

BriteSky President Joey Harrison standing in front of BriteSky logo for news article "It's 3 a.m. - do you know where your data is?"

It's 3 a.m. – Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

BriteSky gives you the cloud, without asking for the moon Are you familiar with the U.S. Patriot Act? How about the 2008 amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA)? You should be, if you’re a Canadian public or private sector organization concerned about data sovereignty. Data sovereignty is the concept that information in digital form is subject to the laws of the country in which it is located. …