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Taking a Trip to Malta: Aging IT Infrastructure Presents New Opportunities for Forestals

Malta4.jpgMalta is an island nation home to over 400,000 people and loads of small businesses. None is more visible than the Forestals Group, a diversified retailer and IT services provider. When Forestals IT infrastructure showed signs of aging, the IT department reached for the cloud.


Take a look at how Forestals used Cloud to respond to a common issue and realize growth opportunities.

To the Cloud: CENACE Makes IT Updates to Answer Business Challenges

HP20140825341 smaller.jpgCENACE, Ecuador’s National Electricity Operator was experiencing IT process and management issues as well as hardware and software infrastructural obsolescence. This isn’t an uncommon set of challenges to face, but that doesn’t change that it’s essential the organization’s growth and competitive strategy to identify and implement a solution.


Take a look at how CENACE used Cloud to respond to a common issue and become an industry leader.

HP Helion Workload Configurations Accelerate Enterprise Cloud Adoption

forrester-customer-engagement-2-642x301.pngEnterprises face many challenges as they make their first move into the cloud, particularly the configuration of workloads when starting from scratch. Traditionally, cloud vendors have taken a “one-size-fits-all” approach to the cloud while their customers want a simplified experience when finding and implementing workload specific solutions.


Today, HP introduces a new way to approach workload-specific cloud options with seven pre-priced and pre-configured Infrastructure-as-a-Service solutions.  Take a look.

Private Cloud: Nadhan’s Top 5 Don’ts

David Linthicum from InfoWorld offers 5 simple tips for building effective private clouds.  If Linthicum’s hints can be characterized as a Top 5 To Do list, what are the Top 5 Don'ts? When I tried addressing the Don’ts independently, some interesting overlaps emerged between the two.


Here are the Don’ts that you Do want to read:

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