Conferences are where expanding and evolving businesses in the IT sector find the strategies and solutions they need to outshine their competitors and embrace some of the most productive and efficient tools on the market.
We're all talking about digital transformation these days - and yet, many companies still don't know how or where to get started. In fact, many businesses remain glued to legacy systems, with companies moving, on average, 40% of their computing power to the cloud.
If you're interested in moving data from more than five servers into the Google Cloud Platform, then you could take advantage of completely free Virtual Machine Migration, thanks to a partnership between CloudEndure and Google. You can use the system to keep an up-to-date copy of your server on GCP in case of a sudden disaster with your location, AWS, Azure - which is perfect for continuity planning.
The Google Admin Console is a simple and effective solution for business tech management both for IT professionals, and non-IT leaders. The simple and streamlined nature of G Suite has prompted a misconception in the enterprise space that G Suite developments may be too simplified for their needs. In fact, some businesses believe that the Google Admin console will not provide the right degree of control and security required for enterprise-level business.
Adoption of cloud technology is one of the biggest factors driving businesses forward these days. However, as several companies look to reduce costs and minimize risk during their cloud adoption, the introduction of VMs or Virtual Machines is starting to change the landscape. Today's CIOs want to "test the waters" with their cloud solution before committing to substantial changes, and that's where VMs come in handy.
Enterprise organizations are beginning to recognize the compelling benefits of making the move to Google Cloud Platform but may not know how to get started. In Honor of #VMWorld we present a couple of GCP Virtual Machine posts for your consideration. We're also offering a special 5 hour tour of Google Cloud's 'Compute Engine' which provides the VM Infrastructure as a Service IT Departments have been waiting for.
Google's Enterprise Cloud initiative is real and with what seems to be unlimited resources, people power and innovation being thrown at it, Google's getting real. Not only are they listening to the needs of enterprise IT departments but they're acting on them. This is evident not in recent announcements but actions including this week's new revamp of Chrome Device Management Licensing.
Unified Communications is a wonderful thing. Unified Communications and Collaboration is even better. It's like getting peanut butter in your chocolate. Or Chocolate in your Peanut Butter. It's about bringing people together to connect over work-based projects and professional concerns. However, there's more to being truly integrated into a workforce, than simple communication. Though communication is crucial, Unified Communication and Collaboration is better. By integrating collaboration capabilities and productivity solutions into a comprehensive UC suite, customers can improve their workflows and deliver better business outcomes.
As the business hiring world grows increasingly more competitive, companies everywhere are struggling to get their hands on the talent they need. In fact, 86% of HR managers' say that they struggle to find qualified candidates for their open positions, while 53% admit to hiring under-qualified people in a rush to fill recruitment gaps.