Category Archives: IT
As the IT field increases to expand, so does the demand for qualified Project Managers. This role not only demands technical expertise, but also cohesive soft skills. This complex position can be broken down into three categories of expertise: Business Management, Human Resource Management, and IT skills.
Your company is facing a tough challenge. In today’s digitized economy, virtually every business process, from email to billing, runs through a data center. So your company needs access to high-quality IT services in order to operate and grow.
CTO and Founder, Grant Kirkwood, to Discuss the Evolution of the Multi-Tenant Colocation and Cloud Services Data Center
LOS ANGELES – SEPTEMBER 23, 2016 – Unitas Global, the leading enterprise cloud solutions provider, today announces that CTO and Founder Grant Kirkwood will be a featured panelist at the DatacenterDynamics (DCD) Colo + Cloud conference, being held September 26-27, 2016 at the Intercontinental Dallas. DCD Colo + Cloud brings together senior business, operations and technology professionals from the world’s major colocation, cloud, telecoms and other data center and managed service providers to discuss the future of this rapidly growing data center sector.
MOD Mission Critical Earns a Place on Inc. Magazine’s 35th List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies
MOD Mission Critical (MOD) has been ranked number 216 on Inc. Magazine’s 35th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. In addition, the global Managed Service Provider (MSP) specializing in Managed IT Services and Managed Colocation solutions was ranked number 20 in IT services, as well as top five in Colorado.
October 13, 2016 – Philadelphia – 130 North 18th Street
October 20, 2016 – Paramus, NJ
We know. Placing your network security responsibilities in the hands of a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) may put you outside of your comfort zone—but most likely, not for long. Our experience is that any hesitancy giving up some hands-on, day-to-day oversight of network security to a third-party provider is quickly overcome when companies realize the benefits of working with a trusted, reliable MSSP.
Originally posted on Data Center POST
On April 16, 2016, extended support for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 ends. As we become closer to the end-of-life, what are businesses risking by delaying migration?
If a business has not migrated by that time and continues to run an outdated server, the implications can be dire: loss of access to critical security updates; higher costs to maintain legacy IT products; compliance issues due to obsolete infrastructure; critical applications running in an unsupported environment; and inability to upgrade outdated hardware.
A generation ago, a popular cigarette advertising campaign targeted at professional women
appeared across glossy magazines and television. Condescendingly, but consistent with the prevailing attitudes of the times concerning gender roles, its tagline and jingle proclaimed, “You’ve come a long way, baby.” Just how far women have come in the traditionally male-dominated technology and telecommunications sectors, and the current state of affairs concerning their leadership roles at major companies around the world, is the subject of a thought- provoking article in a recent issue of Global Telecoms Business.
Originally posted by: Mary Stanhope, Vice President of Marketing at Global Capacity
The IT organization as we know it is changing, with more businesses fostering a Cloud-first strategy and moving their mission-critical IT assets off premise to third-party data centers and colocation facilities. Research from IDC indicates that more than 65% of enterprise IT organizations will commit to hybrid cloud technologies before 2016, vastly driving the rate and pace of change in IT organizations. This momentum will continue to mount in 2017, when 60% of the data center-based IT assets that companies rely on to conduct business and deliver services will be in colocation, hosting and cloud data centers according to IDC.