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Just because you can't see it…

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 13 May 2016, 10:20 AM


Redcentric's customers expect a high standard of service but this takes time, money and effort to ensure the infrastructure used to deliver our solutions is of the highest standard. This blog argues that, while it is fine to expect a high-standard of service, it is just as important to remember the commitment, investment and hard work that goes on behind the scenes to ensure the service remains at an on-going high standard.

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Safety in numbers

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 11 Jan 2016, 17:23 PM


At Redcentric we’re being increasingly asked about the differences between shared and dedicated IaaS solutions. In this blog Jonathan Birch looks at the two hosting services, the differences and how resources are assigned in a shared environment.

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Opening up the cloud

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 26 May 2015, 11:53 AM


With a positive reaction from the market to news that VMware is now supporting open source software, this blog looks at how enterprises will not only benefit from the innovations taking place but also how the developments will increase competition and encourage further innovation within this area.

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Gartners Magic Quadrant for Infrastructure as a Service 2013

Posted by James Odom | 10 Sep 2013, 12:55 PM


James Odom, Product Specialist at Redcentric, reviews the recent findings of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Infrastructure as a Service 2013. While the survey highlights Amazon Web Service’s sizeable market share, it is important not to overlook the enhanced level of service available from smaller providers, with James covering the relative pros and cons.

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Cloud Expo sees focus on security and hybrid cloud

Posted by Stefan Haase | 31 Jan 2013, 17:00 PM


This week, I attended the annual Cloud Expo, which saw around 3000 IT experts and professionals gather to exhibit and discuss the latest developments in Cloud technology. It was apparent from this year’s show that Cloud computing is migrating to becoming a more mainstream offering. Fewer companies were using acronyms such as IaaS, PaaS or SaaS, but rather Private Cloud, Managed Cloud Services or Managed Application Services.

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