5 Cloud Computing Stories MSPs Need to Know About, Week of Feb. 195 Cloud Computing Stories MSPs Need to Know About, Week of Feb. 19
Here are the top cloud computing stories that managed service providers need to know about for the week of Feb. 19, featuring news from Verizon, BitTitan, Datapipe, Itopia and CloudEndure.
February 18, 2016
MSPmentor has compiled a list of the top cloud computing stories that managed service providers need to know about for the week of Feb. 19.
Verizon will discontinue two of its public cloud services next month. The telecommunications giant noted it will no longer support the Verizon Public Cloud Reserved Performance and Marketplace services, but users can move their data to the company’s Virtual Private Cloud offering.
Cloud services enablement provider BitTitan has released two products, Concierge and MissionControl for Office 365. BitTitan pointed out its new offerings are designed to help MSPs “deepen (customer) relationships and maximize customer lifetime value.”
Datapipe has announced Datapipe Managed Cloud for Office 365, a service designed to help enterprises maximize the Office 365 platform in the cloud. Managed Cloud for Office 365 offers managed administration services, including 24x7x365 monitoring and support, diagnostics, program resolution, migration, patching and upgrades, according to Datapipe.
Itopia has launched a cloud services automation platform designed to deliver workspace-as-a-service (WaaS). The company said its new release speeds up the adoption of cloud services by “simplifying and monetizing the discovery, migration, delivery and ongoing management of WaaS to businesses of all sizes.”
A new survey from disaster recovery (DR) solutions provider CloudEndure revealed the number of companies investing in public cloud services for DR continues to grow. In addition, the survey showed 57 percent of companies have suffered at least one outage in the past three months.
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