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Join us Tuesday morning, June 21st, in Detroit, Michigan to learn how cloud computing saves IT resources, increases flexibility, speeds development, and improves disaster recovery.
Companies can submit their cloud computing or disaster recovery questions for a special panel review for advice and feedback from industry experts.
Attendance is free, but registration is required and seats are limited.
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June 8th, 2011 is “World IPv6 Day” and Online Tech will be participating in this event along with companies such as Facebook, Google, and Yahoo! in order to take a test flight of the new IP addressing system, IPv6.
So what is “World IPv6 Day?”
On June 8th, 2011, participants (including Online Tech) will be enabling their websites for 24 hours to IPv6. The main goal of this event is to motivate organizations, ISPs, hardware makers, and web companies to begin preparing their services for IPv6.
As the Internet is slowly running out of IPv4 Addresses, a new address system was developed in order to not only keep up with the demand of consumers needing more addresses, but to help build larger and more efficient networks. IPv6 provides many benefits, including:
Adesso Solutions, a leader in integrated technology solutions for the Consumer Goods industry, was looking to use private cloud computing to enhance their overall hosting offering and position themselves for the next evolution of products.
“We continually assess and seek ways to enhance our capabilities and keep pace with the industry,” says Richard Jones, Adesso Solutions’ Executive Vice President of Engineering. “With private cloud computing, we have the opportunity to provide a cost-effective and efficient way to satisfy our client’s evolving data management needs.”
IPV4 to IPV6 Address Transition
The main goal of this webinar was to give businesses ideas for preparation to help them prepare for the IPv4 to IPv6 transition.
Key take-a-ways from the webinar were: