Businesses today depend upon IT to drive innovation and accelerate past competitors. While each organization may have their own unique definition of innovation, many of the elements remain common: getting closer to customers to help deliver business goals, delivering more compelling services than key competitors and making an increasingly mobile workforce more productive and effective.
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Early cloud adopters have found success in moving development and test workloads to the cloud. It’s an easy, fast, and cost-effective way to get on-demand capacity for a limited time period. But other workloads are also good candidates for hybrid cloud computing. Depending on your unique requirements, you may want to evaluate the following types of workloads to move to hybrid cloud.
Recently a very serious, critical vulnerability affecting the bash shell, found in most versions of Linux and OS X, was unexpectedly made public.
As CEO of Atomic Data, Jim Wolford pushes his company to give back to communities — both near to, and far from, its Minneapolis headquarters.
Atomic Data takes data security very seriously. That's why, for four years running, Atomic Data has received SOC 3 Certification and SOC 2 Type II attestation.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal has announced that Atomic Data CEO Jim Wolford has been recognized as a 2014 Titan of Technology: Community Hero.
Atomic Data announced today it has been named to the 2014 CRN Next-Gen 250 list. The annual list honors up-and-coming technology solution providers who have adapted their businesses in unique ways to meet market demands for emerging technologies such as unified communications, managed services, virtualization, and cloud computing.
Minnesota United today announced its first jersey sponsor in the organization’s history. Minneapolis-based IT solutions company Atomic Data will showcase their logo on the back of all United home and away jerseys.
Atomic Data, a private cloud and colocation provider, was at another growth threshold and needed more control over their mission critical facilities. Among its 9 global data centers, none provided the level of landlord/tenant interaction or capacity to allow Atomic to adequately address its business growth.
Atomic Data, LLC, recently ranked as one of the fastest growing businesses in Minnesota and the U.S. by Inc. Magazine (www.Inc.com/profile/atomic-data), announced that it has purchased the hosting platform used by corporate clients of the recently bankrupt Atomic Playpen.