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Recently microservices architecture has become a hot topic. High traffic websites like Amazon, Netflix, and eBay once used monolithic but have since transitioned to microservices. If your company is growing, you may be ready to make the next step. In this article, we discuss the drawbacks and the benefits of two architectures to help you start with the decision-making process. Techtarget.com defines monolithic architecture as a traditional programming model, which means that elements of a software program are interwoven and interdependent. In the beginning, a monolithic architecture can be easy […]

In our new infographic, Benefits of Recycling IT Equipment, we share the benefits of e-waste recycling. Did you know recycling e-waste is not only good for the environment but it is also great for the economy? See our infographic below to learn about the benefits of recycling your e-waste with a trusted ITAD vendor.

The increase in big data and new innovations in media are transforming the tech landscape. These changes bring up new concerns around storage. How can we safely and efficiently store this data? Which storage system is best for my growing needs? In this post, we will breakdown the differences between block storage and object storage. Block storage, as defined by Techtarget.com, “is a type of data storage typically used in the storage-area network (SAN) environments where data is stored in volumes, also referred to as blocks.” Each block can be […]

The rising amount of IoT devices has opened the market for edge computing. According to Cisco, IoT devices will generate 507.5 zettabytes of data. The growing amount of data generated by IoT devices is difficult to manage and analyze. Edge computing allows connected devices and sensors to transmit data to nearby computing infrastructures. The computing infrastructures will then process the data and send it back to the IoT devices. Edge computing allows users to access information quicker and more efficiently. According to a report by the BI Intelligence, 5.6 billion […]

Many IT professionals still follow DoD 2220.22-M as their standard for data destruction. Unfortunately, what they may not recognize is by solely using the manual they put their companies data at risk. As an alternative IT professionals should use the NIST Special Publication 800-88 Rev 1. We created an infographic to compare the two and demonstrate the top four reasons the NIST Standard is better than the DoD manual for data destruction.