NIST is helping organizations develop and implement effective cybersecurity programs through its five functional pillars: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover.
At a high level, the AWS business solutions can be broken out into four foundational services: Savings, Security, Compliance and DRaaS Development Operations.
Cloud, Cloud, Cloud! It's everywhere and everyone wants to get to it. But where is it? What is it? And why does everyone want to get there so fast?
InterVision and Pulse (a Gartner company) interviewed 100 IT Leaders to find out what hurdles currently impede organizations' innovation plans. Dive in to this one-minute white paper to learn more.
Working with a cloud service provider like Amazon Web Services (AWS) can help significantly lower your operating costs. But it is important to make sure you are getting the most savings available.
Just in, our newest case study, Next-Generation Telecommunications Rebuilt for Remote Work. This project saw InterVision work quickly to replace an end-of-life, on-premises telecommunications system with a flexible and scalable solution utilizing Amazon Connect and other features as needed. This enabled agents to work remotely, with minimal downtime and an easy transition.
Cloud Service Providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) are not directly regulated by HIPAA and HITECH, however they do need to meet strict federal data-security standards that align with the HIPAA Security Rule.
Jonathan Lerner, President and CEO of InterVision, discusses how to create a change mindset and drive competitive differentiation around strategy.
With so many new announcements at 2021's AWS re:Invent, it is difficult to summarize them all here with justice, so I thought it might be fun to offer a quick recap of my observations at the conference this year.
Simply put, the term "cloud computing" refers to data processing services delivered by technology providers through the Internet.