Archive for Category: Cloud Computing

  • Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 End-of-Life

    Extended Support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 Ends On January 14, 2020, Extended Support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will end. No Patches Leave Your Server Vulnerable to Cyber Security Issues End of support means all regular security updates, automatic fixes and online support provided by Microsoft will be suspended leaving […]

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  • Virtual Servers: Uses and Benefits

    In our ongoing effort to make IT understandable and accessible to everyone, we’re going to give a brief but thorough rundown of virtual servers. What they are, how they work, and why virtualization is beneficial. Ready to get started? Let’s jump right in. What is a virtual server? Whereas traditional servers were physical machines that […]

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  • 3 Ways Cloud Computing Increases Small Business Productivity

    Cloud computing is increasing small business productivity like never before, making it possible for businesses to do more with less — and for less money. How can your small business enjoy increased efficiency, productivity and functionality using the cloud? What IS the cloud? Buddy, you’re in the right place. “The Cloud” – what is it? Simply […]

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  • Why SMB’s Are Turning to Smaller Cloud Providers

    We’re getting more and more confirmation that small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are turning to smaller or regional cloud providers for dedicated support. Yes, they’re scaling back from MSP giants like Azure, Google, AWS (Amazon Web Services), and IBM. Why? As cloud migration continues to grow, smaller companies recognize they require closer attention to their […]

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  • It’s Halloween – Is your business prepared for a zombie apocalypse?

                 It’s Halloween – Is your business prepared for a zombie apocalypse? With The Walking Dead in its seventh season, the public seems to be fascinated by the nightmare of a zombie apocalypse. It’s fun when it’s fiction—but in the real world, there are catastrophic events that occur, and they’re […]

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  • “Zombie” Servers are Costly Pets to Keep Around

    “Zombie” Servers Are Costly Pets to Keep Around You know that loud rumbling noise coming from your server room? Is it your IT infrastructure hard at work, helping you to increase profits, or is it the dreaded sound of a “zombie” server? A “zombie” isn’t a nefarious character on an TV series—not when it comes to your […]

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  • Top Things to Consider for Hosting in 2016

    2015 has been the year of data migration. Cloud computing technology has advanced significantly and is now cheaper, more accessible, and easier to manage than ever before. Many businesses have already moved to the cloud, and those who haven’t should be looking to. If your organization has yet to make the move, it’s high time […]

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  • Creating a Scalable Enterprise with Cloud Technology

    An agile business is an adaptable business. And one of the best ways to achieve flexibility and maximize your growth potential is to use IT services that can easily grow or shrink with the needs of your business. Cloud technologies are a go-to for companies that experience the swing of boom-or-bust sales cycles or are […]

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  • GeekSpeak: Servers

    If you think you need a new server, you’re probably right. The main symptom of a declining server is a drop in speed. Files are slow to save and slow to load. This can be marked by your employees’ lamenting cries of, “LAG!” echoing through your office like a curse. It can also be marked by the […]

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  • Geek Speak: The Cloud

    The thought of “cloud computing” may be an overwhelming and paralyzing idea to business owners. But rest assured, there’s nothing ominous or scary about the concept. The idea has been around for more than fifty years and is one of the most discussed topics we see at Dynamic Quest. We believe the reason for this is […]

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