Archive for 2019
Infinitely Virtual CEO Adam Stern’s Tip for SMBs in 2019: ‘When Looking for a Managed Service Provider, Watch Your Back’
December 12th, 2018
Category: Press

Cloud Hosting Pioneer Admonishes Small and Midsize Businesses to Kick the Tires (and Then Some) as They Plan Their Migration to the Cloud LOS ANGELES (Dec. 12, 2018) – Might the MSP bubble burst in 2019? “There’s nothing inherently wrong with the Managed Service Provider model, or the market that has evolved around that corner […]

                 
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Major Cloud Providers – Monthly Outage Recap November
December 1st, 2018
Category: Press

MS Azure 11/29/18 Azure Data Lake Store/Data Lake Analytics – North Europe Between 08:30 and 13:39 UTC on 29 Nov 2018, a subset of customers using Azure Data Lake Store and/or Data Lake Analytics may have experienced difficulties accessing resources hosted in this region. Data ingress or egress operations may have also timed-out or failed. […]

                 
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About That 2019 MSP Boom – Why ‘Buyer Beware’ Needs to Be Your Default
November 21st, 2018
Category: Newsletters

We’re about to begin a year that will be marked not so much by profound technological disruption as by a notable shift in the cloud computing business – a scramble to monetize, piggyback and, in some cases, obfuscate.  That may sound harsh, but bear with me. The trend concerns the evolving nature of the MSP […]

                 
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The Truth About Cloud Pricing
November 16th, 2018
Category: Newsletters

Within the last decade or so, cloud computing has had to earn its spurs as a viable, secure environment in which to compute and do business. As the cloud has matured and proliferated, its permutations (public, private, hybrid,) have made the simple proposition on which it was predicated for so long (on-premise or off-premise?) substantially […]

                 
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Want new ways to outwit hacks?
November 8th, 2018
Category: Newsletters

—Reprinted with permission from PIA Management Services Inc.—   The state of cybersecurity   Adam Stern CEO, Infinitely Virtual   If awareness is a precursor to constructive change, the murky world of cybersecurity has notched some real, albeit incremental, steps forward during the past year. That’s particularly the case in the financial services sector, which […]

                 
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Major Cloud Providers – Monthly Outage Recap October
November 1st, 2018
Category: Press

MS Azure 10/27/18 Virtual Machines/VM Scale Sets – West US 2 Between 02:50 and 10:37 UTC on 27 Oct 2018, a subset of customers using Virtual Machines and/or Virtual Machine Scale Sets in West US 2 may have received failure notifications when performing service management operations – such as create, update, delete – for resources […]

                 
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As Homeland Security Calls Out ‘Advanced Persistent Threat Activity Exploiting MSPs,’ Infinitely Virtual CEO Cautions SMBs
October 29th, 2018
Category: Press

Using MSP Software Can Be Hazardous to Your Small Business’s Health, Cloud Hosting Pioneer Says; Urges Organizations to Heed US-CERT Finding   LOS ANGELES (October 29, 2018) – In yet another warning shot aimed at alerting SMBs of stealth IT risks, the Department of Homeland Security has identified Managed Service Provider software as a security threat – […]

                 
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Major Cloud Providers – Monthly Outage Recap September
October 1st, 2018
Category: Press

MS Azure 9/26/18 Multiple Services – South East Asia – Mitigated Between 09:52 and 12:28 UTC on 26 Sep 2018, a subset of customers in Southeast Asia may have experienced latency or difficulties connecting to Virtual Machines and/or Cloud Service resources hosted in this region. A number of related services may also have experienced some […]

                 
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Adam Stern on the Entrepreneur’s Life: Tips from the Road
September 21st, 2018
Category: Newsletters

In today’s business world the central role of the customer has been lost. The customer’s role is the most important role. Customers should set the tempo. They should decide what’s most important to them. Businesses should be trying to address those things that pain them most. I believe that’s been lost today. If our main […]

                 
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Cloud Computing: Still The Best Value In It
September 4th, 2018
Category: Newsletters

In the upper reaches of the IT realm—the corporate sector where requisitions for gear, software and services often exceed a year’s revenue for a typical small business—there’s a bit of a backlash brewing. The scuttlebutt is that expenditures for cloud computing services are beginning to break the bank. Perhaps underscoring that concern is a report […]

                 
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