When deciding whether to migrate your critical workloads to the AWS cloud, it can be difficult to understand what your full scope of spending will be. AWS total cost of ownership (TCO) varies from organization to organization, as many have differing compliance and security requirements, customer expectations for service and availability, and DevOps goals.
Deciding which target or targets are right for your DRaaS strategy can be complex. Some of the factors end up being tradeoffs, speed vs. cost.
Status Go welcomes Matt Walker, a mountain climber who takes leaders into the face of uncertainty, guiding them to overcome challenges in both their professional and personal life among the most difficult environments. When Matt sits down with Jeff Ton he parallels the key components of healthy and safe mountain climbing with that of solid leadership development: extreme communication and transparency, connection, comradery and interconnectedness.
This project allowed TaskUs to keep its people safe across the globe at a time when their competition struggled to do so.
To answer What's Next? ?" Jeff Ton sits down with Brad Finkeldei, President of Career Confidence to discuss the importance of clarity as a catalyst for creating the change you want as well as the two most common themes Brad sees among IT professionals: fear and false narratives.
The challenge of cloud for many is making operations with Microsoft workloads as seamless as those in your local datacenter. NetApp has a solution.
To answer What's Next? ?" Jeff Ton sits down with Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack. Listen as Chris explains what motivated their shift to remote workforce, how they've overcome challenges and how they maintain and even elevate their culture. #StatusGo
When the COVID-19 crisis hit, people were forced home, hospitals were quickly overwhelmed, and the economy dissolved into a recession. As companies are working hard to support their employees, serve their clients and survive, IT leaders are in the forefront now more than ever.
Traditional norms were no doubt disrupted in 2020, which makes 2021 predictions a big question mark of how things will evolve. As we reflect on lessons learned from 2020, one commonality among those we saw thrive is that being prepared for the uncertain means pivoting your company toward a stance that emphasizes agility, speed and security.