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Ernest Sampera

Ernest Sampera

Ernie Sampera is the Chief Marketing Officer at vXchnge. Ernie is responsible for product marketing, external & corporate communications and business development.

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Data Center Operations

5 Ways You’ll Benefit by Outsourcing Your IT to Data Centers

By: Ernest Sampera
January 9th, 2019

In today’s competitive business environment, many companies are looking for ways to maximize value and streamline their operations. One area that often comes under scrutiny is their IT operations and infrastructure. The business value of information technology is well understood by most organizations. While they may be hesitant to entrust a third party with their data network, in many cases, outsourcing IT is a cost-effective decision with substantial ancillary benefits.

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Data Center | Colocation

3 Reasons Not to Lift and Shift to the Cloud

By: Ernest Sampera
January 3rd, 2019

Lift and shift strategies offer some organizations an ideal solution for transitioning their IT infrastructure to a public cloud environment. The process involves removing workloads and tasks, usually application based, from one location and placing them in another location. Ideally, this transition can be done with minimal re-architecting, making it a fast and easy solution for companies looking to migrate operations away from outdated hardware and capitalize on the benefits of cloud computing.

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Data Center Migration Checklist

Data Center Migration Checklist

Use this checklist to help protect your investment, mitigate potential risk and minimize downtime during your data center migration.

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Industry Trends | Cloud

Lots of Companies Are Leaving the Cloud. Here's Why.

By: Ernest Sampera
December 17th, 2018

When cloud computing began to take over the IT industry a decade ago, many organizations jumped in with both feet, migrating their operations entirely into the cloud or starting up new companies based around cloud services. While public cloud architecture has delivered many benefits, experience has demonstrated that it isn’t always the right solution for every business. As the range of options for cloud deployments continues to grow, some companies are beginning to question whether or not a public cloud makes sense.

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Service Level Agreement (SLA) & Uptime

What are the Advantages of Data Center Consolidation

By: Ernest Sampera
October 18th, 2018

Data centers are a crucial component of modern IT infrastructures. Whether companies maintain their own facilities, colocate with a third-party data center, or use a public cloud provider for their data needs, virtually every business relies upon data centers to provide the foundation of today’s increasingly interconnected global economy. And with more and more data being generated and consumed each year, data centers aren’t going anywhere soon.

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Cloud

The Top 5 Benefits of the Hybrid Cloud

By: Ernest Sampera
October 17th, 2018

Cloud computing has radically altered the landscape of today’s network environments. Whereas organizations once confined their data and computing operations to private data centers, virtualization and the spread of multiple service platforms have made it possible for assets and activities to be located in public clouds that can be accessed from anywhere at any time.

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Data Center | Service Level Agreement (SLA) & Uptime

5 Things You Need to Look for in Your Data Center SLA

By: Ernest Sampera
October 11th, 2018

Entrusting a data center with its valuable IT infrastructure is a major step for any organization. Whether transitioning from a private data center solution or scaling a business to reach new customers, companies have a lot to think about when they begin comparing data centers.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Ghost in the Machine: The Future of Automated Data Centers

By: Ernest Sampera
October 10th, 2018

Data centers stand at the forefront of IT infrastructure strategies and innovation. Far from a mere warehouse filled with servers, the modern data center is a technological marvel, powered by cutting-edge equipment and micromanaged down to the last detail by powerful software applications.

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Edge Computing | Internet of Things (IoT)

Why Manufacturing is One of Edge Computing's Best Use Cases

By: Ernest Sampera
September 20th, 2018

Edge computing is quickly finding its way into a variety of industries as internet of things (IoT) devices become more commonplace. One of the most promising edge computing use cases is in the industrial manufacturing sector, where new technologies could potentially lead to massive productivity gains.

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Data Center

How to Scale Your Small Business With a Data Center

By: Ernest Sampera
September 19th, 2018

In today’s fast moving, hyperconnected economy, a company’s IT solutions can either empower it to compete in increasingly crowded markets or hold it back. Developing a strategy for technology infrastructure is no longer just a concern for large-scale enterprises, but also for the smallest businesses. If an organization doesn’t have a plan in place to address its future data and computing needs, it can be caught in a situation that makes it impossible to respond to changing circumstances or take advantage of unexpected opportunities.

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Cloud

Your Cloud Provider Just Went Out of Business. What Happens Now?

By: Ernest Sampera
August 23rd, 2018

As more organizations make the move to cloud-based storage and applications, cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) will continue to present profitable opportunities to small companies looking to create disruption in the IT marketplace. Gartner expects IaaS revenue to grow from $45.8 billion in 2018 to a whopping $72.4 billion in just two years. With more small players entering the market, companies have a wide range of services to choose from, but those options don’t come without risks. If history is any indication, as many as 1 in 4 cloud providers can go out of business in any year as a result of acquisition or bankruptcy.

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