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.
This week virtualization giant VMware (VMW) held its annual VMworld client conference in San Francisco, and as always there was no shortage of virtualization-centric news from partner companies.original story
For enterprises, moving to cloud-based applications and hardware can be a hassle. It takes a lot of planning beforehand to decide exactly which applications will make the shift and how that will affect productivity at home.original story
For years, IT has been looking at virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) as a more managed, consistent way to provide Windows desktops to users via local PCs or thin clients.original story
IT support service company Pure IT has chosen cloud-enabled hosting company Navisite Europe Limited to provide it with Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) servicesoriginal story
99 problems but the cloud ain’t one: Disaster Recovery as a Service – the next gen backup and recoveryAug 7, 2015 Source: IT ProPortal
In today’s digital world, IT continuity is key to successful business operations. Companies need to be equipped with the right tools to deal with unforeseen events and ensure that these have minimal impact on the business.
Navisite is delivering its Mimecast solution to Encore Tickets to ensure availability of its email services even when the Encore Tickets mail environment is down. Encore Tickets sells more than 2.5 million theatre tickets annually as well as thousands of restaurant covers, attraction tickets, exhibition tickets and hotel breaks.original story
Mobile technologies have forever changed how we work and do business. From the introduction of laptops to the growth of smart phones and tablets in the corporate space, mobile devices are helping increase the productivity and flexibility of employees, and businesses are continuously looking for ways to leverage the benefits that this technology can provide.original story
The recent flood of headline-making retail security breaches has put retailers on alert. With so much at stake – compromised client information, a weakened brand image and millions in lost revenue – retailers must ensure they are thinking about security comprehensively and implementing the right technologies to better protect their clients and the associated data.original story