For over 50 years, the convenience of a fast food drive thru has become America’s favorite. Ordering from your car without stepping out revolutionized America’s fast food industry. As of today, the popularity of a drive thru has diminished due to its popularity causing customers to wait in a long queue and decreased priority of drive thru customers. If there is a slow-moving customer in the lane and may have concentrating on their smart phones rather than paying attention to the traffic flow of the queue, then this will cost as significant delay in servicing customers and decrease revenue to the business.read more
The transition to the use of cloud infrastructure has been revolutionary for IT Depts everywhere and driving this revolution has been the advent of Public Cloud Providers like AWS, Azure, and Google.
These large Providers offer great core services, but all have acknowledged that organizations want to have a choice of products and solutions to build their own stacks. That may be to help them replicate their current Data Center infrastructure in a public cloud or to utilize born in the cloud products that will enhance functionality or give some other edge to the business.read more
While enterprises embracing cloud technologies is a reality, complete migration to cloud may not be a possibility for organizations quite yet. Companies still like to safeguard and hold critical data within their data centers. The trend is towards Hybrid IT and distribution of resources between enterprise data centers and different cloud vendors. According to Solarwinds IT trends report, cloud computing and hybrid IT will remain a top priority for IT professionals for the next five years. The analyst firm Gartner predicts that by 2020, 90 percent of organizations will adopt hybrid infrastructure management capabilities.read more