The pace of change in technology, from cloud computing to social media, has raised the profile of — and demands on — the CIO role in many organizations. IT is now a crucial player in the process of implementing and delivering on a company’s business strategy. Meanwhile, CIOs have their hands full as they work to stay in step with ever advancing technologies and best practices. Companies evolving from a “traditional” in-house IT infrastructure to a hybrid model call for CIOs that are open to change and that take an active role in shaping business strategy.
For a company to succeed in today’s Idea Economy, IT is turning to hybrid infrastructure to accelerate time to market. But for a hybrid cloud infrastructure strategy, it requires the best environment be in place for each workload, whether traditional, mobile or cloud-native apps.
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When a business suffers a cybersecurity disaster, one of the most long-lasting, detrimental effects comes in the form of downtime, or a loss of business operations and profits. A lack of disaster recovery planning can result in a chain of events that turns a minor cybersecurity event into a data breach and resultant catastrophic business disaster.
Many small and medium-sized businesses simply don’t have the disaster recovery planning in place to survive even a partial loss of data and IT functionality for a short time, much less the related fall-out and loss of revenue that results from a full-blown data breach.
BurCom Consulting is pleased to announce our new strategic partnership with Server Cloud Canada, one of the largest distributed cloud infrastructure platforms across Canada.
Being one of the largest Sage partners in Canada, BurCom deals with a lot of highly sensitive data and information. Server Cloud Canada was proud to successfully prevail through the diligent selection process, evaluating key criteria of security, flexible scalability and data residency.
OscarService Inc. is pleased to announce our new partnership with Server Cloud Canada, one of Canada’s largest geo-redundant cloud infrastructure platforms.
“As a large provider of EMR systems we expectedly work with substantial amounts of confidential medical data that needs to stay in Canada, so obviously security is a top concern for us. The SCC team was able to demonstrate their commitment to security at each and every layer. Our engineering team had stringent requirements that they diligently pursued and assessed when confirming the infrastructure for operational readiness. We at OscarService are excited and looking forward to growing with our new partner.”