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Involta Blog

The High Cost of In-House IT Infrastructure

Got servers? Do you know exactly how much it costs to cool and run them?

For any healthcare, enterprise IT, or other organization with 10+ racks of servers, beware: 
if you’re running them yourself, you may be wasting upwards of $36,000 a year in excess power costs.

And that’s not even the worst part.


9 Critical Steps to Prep for an IT Migration [White Paper]

When it comes to your business data and IT, nothing should be undertaken lightly - including
moving to a cloud or managed IT services provider. 

If you fail to take these nine vital preparation steps when getting ready to make an IT move, you aren’t just putting a whole lot of trust in a new external provider. You’re exposing valuable business data – and potentially the functioning of your entire IT infrastructure – to unacceptable risk.


This Is Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore Business Continuity Planning

Maybe you’ve been meaning to think about BCP (Business Continuity Planning). Someday.

After the winter board meeting.

After the product launch.

After you cross the last item off your never-ending to-do list.

The thing is, you can’t afford to wait that long. Because your BCP – or lack thereof – has a direct impact on your bottom line.


3 Ways Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Cures Your IT Headaches

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) breaks the IT spending model paradigm. IaaS saves money, offers unprecedented peace of mind, and clears the road for innovation because it removes the need to purchase, maintain, monitor, protect and upgrade the physical infrastructure needed for critical operations.

It’s not like Mom used to say: With IaaS you buy the milk – and let someone else deal with the cow. IaaS eliminates three chronic headaches that hamper or limit IT departments and organizations.


Choosing a Cloud Provider: 3 Crucial Considerations

The cloud. No doubt your businesses is astute to the cloud and likely utilizes it for financial software, email applications, or components of your IT infrastructure. Cloud options available for commerce include public, private and the latest, hybrid. These options may leverage infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), back up as a service (BaaS), storage as a service (STaas) or most commonly software as a service (SaaS). With this array of possibilities, and the physical locations often a mystery, it’s not hard to envision where the term “cloud” originated.