Doug Theis, Founder of IT Leaders Indianapolis and Jeff Ton, Founder of Indy CIO Network sit down to discuss the importance of a strong IT Community for today's IT Leaders.
CalHFA selected Infiniti, an InterVision Company to design, architect and implement an efficient and effective AWS cloud architecture and strategy.
A department of water resources chose Infiniti, an InterVision Company to provide cloud consulting services to determine the best solution for their needs. In addition to basic storage needs, they utilized a solution to backup their infrastructure to the cloud.
VCCCD selected Infiniti, an InterVision Company to migrate its Banner 9 environment to AWS because of our extensive cloud services experience and validation in the education space.
Some IT departments are strapped for resources and may be tempted to take shortcuts in implementing and managing their IT disaster recovery plans – which puts companies at major risk. To prevent making these mistakes yourself, it’s important to learn from others’ failures.
Mark Plaskow, Data Warehousing & Clinical Data Specialist, and Jeff Ton discuss using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in healthcare, more specifically in identifying disease.
An application delivery networking vendor had an increased desire to accelerate deployment lifecycles and deliver more features quickly to their community site, which required the company’s development team to quickly improve the site’s manageability, scalability and lifecycle management.
The company needed flexible, short-term compute resources to support intensive training for a global network of installation partners. By working with InterVision to access resources hosted in the public cloud and by using its own private cloud resources, the client succeeded in cutting capital expenses, reducing operational costs, increasing productivity and enhancing competitive advantage.
The convenience, flexibility, and scalability of cloud makes it a draw for enterprises looking to modernize their IT operations and prepare for future needs. But, getting to the cloud from a traditional, often physical, infrastructure is easier said than done.