The truth of the matter is, transformation of any kind is about people. Even digital transformation is more about the people than anything else–technology included. Lean in as Ron West shares his insights.

There are a lot of aspects that IT leaders must consider when formulating their digital strategies for 2019 and beyond. A few of these aspects are outlined in the second episode of InterVision’s newly-launched podcast, Status Go—in which host Jeff Ton welcomes Isaac Sacolick, President of StarCIO and author of Driving Digital, to discuss a wide range of topics from Artificial Intelligence (AI) to proper Data Governance.

Having lead IT teams at the state, local and federal level, Aleta Jeffress lends us her expertise on Digital Transformation and effective leadership principles required for change management and challenging the status quo.

What can companies do to guard their data against exposure? Here we share three quick tips on how to improve your security posture.


Explore Intervision with Saam Fouladgar, Regional Manager.

InterVision has partnered with Strategic Blue and major organizations like AWS and UC San Diego to fight COVID-19 by delivering cloud migrations to companies that need fast transitions to a more accessible, flexible and scalable virtual environment for workloads, data storage and daily technology operations.

There have been huge strides in technology innovation over the past decade, making data retention faster, more reliable and effective. Two solutions that have emerged are Backup as a Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). Here are a few key differences to know.

As this year comes to a close, and with the Microsoft Ignite and AWS re:Invent conferences behind us, I’d like to share what I find to be the most exciting announcements from the leading cloud service providers (CSP) as it relates to your infrastructure and cloud adoption strategy. While both CSPs introduced dozens of new features and services during the past few weeks, what is most profound is their approach to bring the cloud closer to you; not just by introducing on-premise hardware but also partnering with industry transit providers to reduce latency.

At our headquarters in St. Louis, InterVision recently hosted a “Cloud Tech Day” for regional IT leaders and shared how to effectively communicate cloud strategies to executive leadership, within your IT team, and to other business units.

In the age of transformation, when innovation is an urgent necessity versus a luxury, design thinking aids in aligning business goals and creating new business models while also wildly enhancing the customer experience.

A SOC 2 report functions as a written form of assurance that the vendor is protecting their data. This is particularly useful to companies that are assessing potential cloud providers, since reading the report gives them transparency for what to expect of the provider.