April Cloud Forecast

April Cloud Forecast

The month-long tabular forecast will encompass recent cloud computing trends, where the direction for the industry is headed from, and how you can grow your business at an economy of scale. The Calm Before the Storm  Cloud technology is a catalyst for innovation, yet companies are just scratching the surface of its potential. Cloud drives […]

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March Cloud Forecast

March Cloud Forecast

Taking a SASE Attitude to Prevent Cyber Threats  The forecast is bright for Cato Networks’ SASE architecture, a cloud service that marries SD-WAN and security. Since the shift to remote work began, a number of companies have fled to digital environments. Our portfolio of cloud services has helped endless users collaborate and navigate the uneasy […]

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We’re Heating Up

We’re Heating Up

  Part of our February 2021 Cloud Forecast   Another heatwave and soaring temperatures to observe as eCloud successfully consolidates the platform of CSP Technologies, aka Shop Boss, a web-based automotive shop management software that provides cost-effective solutions to improve the efficacy of businesses through managed systems. Before consulting eCloud for managed support, Category 5 […]

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Turbulence Expected where Security’s Spotty 

Turbulence Expected where Security’s Spotty 

Part of our February 2021 Cloud Forecast  Why remote work needs the cloud. At this point, we’re not asking. We anticipate some raw weather and a bit of turbulence over the course of this month as several security vulnerabilities have been exposed over multiple facets of infrastructure.  A cloud-aware security ensemble is necessary to manage […]

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Retail Therapy in the Cloud

Retail Therapy in the Cloud

Part of our February 2021 Cloud Forecast Say Goodbye to Swollen Air and Swampy Architectures Insight into 2021 IT spending predictions, as well as new services that might work to your benefit in a remote configuration.   Despite the financial services industry weathering a digital tsunami, the winds of change are fleeting. Businesses across the board […]

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