The Ultimate Guide to FedRAMP: Why You Need a FedRAMP Cloud
Nearly all of our everyday interactions operate online: commerce, healthcare, connecting with others. To increase efficiency in online operations, more and more industries are collecting and storing data on cloud based software, and the public sector is no different. While almost half of government organizations use cloud services, Gartner predicts significant growth to continue — with an estimated 17% increase in spending this year.
Deploying Drupal on AWS: Don’t Go it Alone!
After more than a year where in-person interactions took a back seat to online interactions, users’ expectations for digital experiences are higher than ever. In fact, more than half of U.S. consumers (65%) now prefer their brand experiences to be online. To keep pace with more digital-first consumers, a growing number of organizations are turning to cloud services.
Public Sector Drupal Sites Benefit from AWS Cloud But Still Have to Keep Compliance Top of Mind
As the shift to online services pervades in the wake of the pandemic, cloud adoption in the public sector continues to accelerate. To keep pace with the demand for digital operations, more government agencies are looking to hyperscale clouds like Amazon Web Services to meet a growing array of cloud needs. One such need is improving website infrastructure to deliver improved digital experiences using a combination of Drupal and cloud.
The Benefits of a Hosting Provider to Ensure Secure, Compliant WordPress Sites
WordPress is one of the most commonly used content management systems (CMSs) today, and powers about 40% of all websites, including some of the internet’s most popular webpages like The New Yorker, Reuters and Skype. This is due in part to the open source platform’s versatility: With more than 58,000 plug-ins and thousands of pre-built themes to choose from, WordPress users can build effective, customized web applications to meet their specific needs.
How Managed Services Can Support Higher Education’s Emerging Tech Trends in 2021
See some higher ed tech trends for 2021 and how a managed services provider can help
Powering Higher Education's Switch to Virtual Learning and the Cloud with Managed Services
Make your higher ed IT cloud migration easier with a managed services provider
The Data Directive: Protecting Your Website in an Ever-Changing Regulatory Environment
With the onset of data analytics software and technology that tracks customer behavior, organizations today have more information about their customers than ever before.
How Much Can Downtime Cost You?
Downtime can be devastating for your business. It can cost your business thousands and thousands of dollars in potential customers.