Consider when you’re driving on a road that has both a minimum speed as well as a maximum limit -- no single, rigid speed limit ensures safety because of changing traffic volumes. Now think, if those roads had only a maximum speed posted, it could reduce accidents, but it would unequivocally impair efficiency of traffic flow. This conundrum of risk can be directly applied to cloud computing -- either businesses take the calculated risk and improve the journey to an application or network service provider location or they may suffer from inefficient “transportation to the destination.” Defining Cloud Risk In a recent Gartner survey of senior executives about risk, audit, finance, and complian
Markham, Ontario Canada -- February 15, 2019 - Edgeworx Solutions Inc., Canada’s leading solutions integrator, announced today that it is an Executive sponsor of the Bell National Leadership Conference 2019. For the second year in a row, the company has been asked to the invitation only event, featuring Bell’s most influential vendor partners. Edgeworx will be represented in booth 20 by company founders -- John McKerracher, Wilfried van Haeren, and Colin Hales, as well as Peter Fortune and partner specialists from Kentik and Fortinet. “We are pleased to again have the opportunity to meet other vendor partners working with Bell who may make more complex solutions available to our client base.
The other day, I came across the perfect visual representation of the ubiquity of cloud computing in today’s businesses. The caption reads: My report comes to the conclusion that cloud technology is no use to this company. I’ll upload it to Dropbox so you can take a look at it Regardless of an organization’s ability to grasp the benefits of cloud computing, it is omnipresent and unavoidable. So if companies want their employees to be productive through collaboration applications ranging from CRM, marketing, Unified Communications, anything-as-a-Service and beyond, it will involve network improvements. Cloud Service Provider Networks vs. The Office Network If you have ever moved old furniture