Choosing the right DRaaS provider for a secure business environment can be tricky, especially if you’re an organization covered by HIPAA and HITECH regulations.

The Internet is all a buzz with conversation about cloud computing, especially after a series of conferences this fall where various firms have unveiled their approach to cloud computing.

Hosting your application within an Infrastructure as a Service provider grants you the operational agility to scale your infrastructure very quickly, but your application needs to scale with your infrastructure.

Here are five worst-case pitfalls to avoid in your disaster recovery plan, so you can ensure a smooth and effective recovery of your most crucial data and IT systems.

Security is of upmost importance in the financial industry, and it’s not easy. While some tasks may fall to the bottom of your never-ending to-do list when time and resources are limited, security simply cannot.

If you’re responsible for planning your company’s disaster recovery, or involved at all in the buying process, the following are terms that you will hear often. This blog post will cover everything you need to know from top to bottom.

If you’ve decided to protect your data and recover your applications, one of the first steps is making sure you can properly replicate your data to your recovery site.

A Virtual Datacenter is a pool of cloud infrastructure resources designed specifically for enterprise business needs. Those resources include compute, memory, storage and bandwidth.

In InterVision’s recent podcast episode, Jamie Lee, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing, and Kevin Barker, Senior Technical Director, define what hybrid cloud is and dispel its common misconceptions.

In the fifth podcast episode of InterVision’s Status Go, attorney, CEO and founder of Doxly, joins host Jeff Ton to talk about the ever-growing pressures on law firms to secure sensitive information and automate their daily practice responsibilities, which helps them compete in the modern landscape of legal representation.