Autotask Week In IT: Catch up on Industry News

May 26, 2017  

Here’s a look at what’s happening this week in the world of ITSPs, MSPs and Enterprise IT departments.

InformationWeek: Will Edge Computing Replace the Cloud?
By: Andrew Froehlich

Although we're only beginning to scratch the surface when it comes to the capabilities of cloud applications, many are already contemplating the successor to cloud architectures. One such technology being discussed is a called edge computing.

LinkedIn: How to Cultivate Culture for Enhanced Customer Experience

By: Dan Ruch

Millennials are now the largest generation in the workforce, and with them they’ve brought different priorities and work philosophies, most notably, a demand for democratic company culture. As a business grows and becomes more prominent, often times it will lose sight of its internal culture.

Talkin’ Cloud: Hackers Target DocuSign, BT Customers with Phishing Emails
By: Nicole Henderson

Customers of DocuSign and U.K. telecommunications firm BT have been warned about phishing emails sent over the past week that appear legitimate, but contain malicious links. Here’s what you need to know about the two separate phishing instances.

Network World: Cloud computing is winning EVERYTHING
By: Frederick Paul

Everyone knows that thoroughbred racehorses typically get funny, exotic names—from Hit It A Bomb to Paulassilverlining. But who knew there was a horse named Cloud Computing, let alone that nag would snag the second jewel in the 2017 Triple Crown?

Data Knowledge Center: The Data Center of the Future and Cloud Disaster Recovery
By: Drew Robb

The data center of the future is a constantly evolving concept. If you go back to World War II, the ideal was to have a massive mainframe in a large room fed by punched cards. A few decades later, distributed computing promoted an Indiana Jones-like warehouse with endless racks of servers, each hosting one application. 

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