Posts Tagged ‘ SMB ’

What Parts of the Market Appear to Benefit the Most from the Cloud?

October 17, 2013
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Since the turn of the century, virtualization and cloud computing have become two of the best technological advances of the 21st century, so far. Now that the technology has matured, as well as become mainstream, have you ever stopped to ponder the question..... what part of the business market appears to be benefiting the most…

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Small Business Virtualization: Growth Through the Ages

August 6, 2013
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As a small business we run a 100% virtualized environment and looking to migrate to a cloud, but the investment in IT to do this has been pretty substantial and for a cash strapped small business can be a many year process due to budget constraints and immediacy of other business needs. That is the…

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Dell-Quest deal will strengthen Dell enterprise services and force shakeout in desktop virtualization market

May 29, 2012
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According to Bloomberg News Dell is in discussions to acquire Quest Software in a bid to strengthen its enterprise software services portfolio. Dell has been shopping, with five acquisitions announced so far this year, to add software, computer storage and networking gear to its lineup of PCs, which account for 52% of its sales. With…

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The Cloud and the SMB: Diversified?

April 25, 2011
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I was reading the post Small Business Virtualization and that really got me thinking about Small to Medium Businesses and what part Cloud Computing will play in that market. There are plenty of small businesses in and around my area and I have a couple of friends that are the owners of a couple of…

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Small Business Virtualization: Part 1 – Licensing

April 19, 2011
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VMware and Microsoft approach the Small to Medium companies quite differently, but which product to buy often depends on your business needs vs cost of the products. However, there needs to be at least one major distinction: SMB vs SME. The Small to Medium Business (SMB) is quite a bit different than the growing number…

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VMware vShield 4.1, not for the SMB

September 6, 2010
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VMware vShield 4.1, not for the SMB

I wonder how many of us remember when VMware bought BlueLane and their technology, good things were promised, we saw the first part with the release of vSphere when they introduced vShield Zones. This was a “Free” product for those of you that had any version above Advanced vSphere and to be fair for a…

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Virtualization Security for the SMB, Starting Point for All

March 16, 2010
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The most recent Virtualization Security Podcast was on the subject of virtualization security for the SMB. Specifically cover the case where the customer wanting virtualization security could afford to purchase a hypervisor and perhaps one other security product. In the end the panelists came up with a list of suggestions for virtualization security for the…

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SMBs – Desktops in the Cloud, or Symantec Endpoint Virtualization?

February 2, 2010
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Whilst new SMBs may be dabbling with online application suites, the bulk of the established SMB workload, however, is done in desktop applications, typically Microsoft Office, running in various flavours of Windows with a Windows Server. This is definitely not in the cloud, and there are lots of very good reasons why it won’t be,…

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SMBs in the Cloud require better Service Level Agreements than Enterprise Customers

December 23, 2009
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Small Businesses live by there online presence these days specifically during the holiday shopping season. Many small business also do not have the IT staff to maintain such a presence with the agility required when problems occur. In addition, they may also lack the basic management, networking, security, and storage knowledge to properly maintain this…

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