"Ned Knows" is a video series covering a broad range of topics related to transforming IT infrastructure hosted by Ned McClain, SVP of Emerging Technologies for ViaWest. In Episode 4, Ned talks about the unique IT needs of SaaS providers with Kirsten Benefiel, VP of Client Engagement.
Competition is fierce and growing among SaaS companies, and improving the client experience is key to reducing churn rates. Watch this video to learn more about how partnering with ViaWest can help you keep up with user demands and increase performance.
Cloud technology has changed the way most companies do business today. Where that is most apparent is in the Software-as-a-Service sector. The Application Service Provider model preceded Software as Service before cloud technology became prevalent.
Chief Data Center Officer, Dave Leonard, explains how ViaWest's Generation 4 data centers are uniquely designed to accommodate power densities of over 1,500 watts per square foot in this video.
"Ned Knows" Episode 3: Watch Ned McClain, SVP of Emerging Technologies for ViaWest talk with Tim Parker, VP of Network Services, about managed versus unmanaged bandwidth. "Ned Knows" is a video series covering a broad range of topics related to transforming IT infrastructure.
Tectonic shifts are happening in the Software-as-a-Service industry. Can you be your client's superhero in this changing landscape? Download the infographic to learn more.
Published by CloudTweaks - Recently, ViaWest unveiled a brand new cloud computing node in the heart of Colorado, giving customers in the Rocky Mountains more efficient access to applications and the cloud.
Watch Ned McClain talk with Kirsten Benefiel, VP of Client Engagement at ViaWest, about three concerns nearly every IT organization faces: cost, complexity and compliance.
The Reed Group leverages VMware-based cloud services provided by ViaWest, reducing time to provision SaaS environments from 45 days to 22 minutes. Watch this video to learn more.
Published by Data Center Frontier - New hardware for cloud computing and machine learning is bringing beefier workloads into the data center. Meanwhile, overall rack densities are trending slightly higher, but not at the rate all this new data-crunching might suggest.