Navisite in the News
As a key player in cloud computing and IT industries, Navisite frequently garners press attention when launching new products, beginning new partnerships or for its position as a thought-leader. Recent news articles in which Navisite is featured are included here.
There are many grim realities facing CIOs and IT department heads at colleges and universities—but when confronted with these modern-day problems, many savvy leaders are positioning their campuses on Cloud Nine.original story
Navisite Named Global and Americas Service Provider Partner of the Year at VMware Partner Exchange 2015Feb 4, 2015 Source: TMCnet
Navisite, LLC, a Time Warner Cable Company and provider of enterprise-class hosting, managed applications, managed messaging and managed cloud services, today announced that it has received the Global and Americas VMware Partner Network Award in the Service Provider Partner of the Year category. The award was presented at VMware Partner Exchange 2015, VMware's annual partner event, held in San Francisco.original story
Even with ‘The Internet of Things’ slated to be the buzzword of 2015, cloud computing will continue to remain firmly in the minds of IT departments. Therefore, I thought I thought I’d share my four big cloud trends to expect this year.
Cloud computing is one of the most important technologies in the world right now, but it can be extremely confusing at times. This series aims to take the jargon out of the cloud and explain things in a much more brain-friendly way.
With so many pundits, commentators and experts rushing in to say “Hey guys the Internet of Things is going to be a really big thing” I thought it’d be fitting if I had a quick chat with Sean McAvan, managing director of Navisite Europe, all about the Internet of Things (IoT)
A recent study found that 94 per cent of businesses considered mobility a “concern” yet only 32 per cent had any form of BYOD (bring your own device) policy in place. I spoke to Sean McAvan, managing director of Navisite Europe to understand this disparity in results and to find out how businesses should develop the BYOD policy that’s right for them.
IT professionals are keen on adopting cloud-based technologies for mission-critical apps, and supporting bring your own device policies within their organisations, but recently published research suggests not having the rights in-house to migrate to or roll these new technologies out is a big inhibitor.original story
The future of cloud is hybrid, according to a study showing that three-quarters of IT decision makers have virtualised just half their infrastructure.original story