Moving Shadow IT and Dropbox Data to Corporate IT Just Got Easy!

It’s no secret that cloud storage solutions like Dropbox pose security risks for corporate data. As companies look to move their data from shadow IT to controlled IT, they need a solution that enables them to quickly and easily perform the move.

With its latest advancements for its automated email and data migration solution, MigrationWiz, BitTitan became the first company to provide its partners and customers with a solution that automates data migration from Dropbox to more secure environments such as OneDrive for Business, a part of Office 365, and Google Drive.

BitTitan’s Dropbox migration service provides a new growth opportunity for the channel. It enables partners to grow their business by offering data storage in the cloud, along with associated migration services that complement their existing mailbox and Office 365 migration practices.

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What VPN Is Right For You?

With today’s increasingly mobile and remote workforce, enterprises need solutions that provide secure, external access to the corporate network. While Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) as an option have been around for a while, they have had shortcomings for enterprise mobility in the past. However, with Apple’s iOS 8, VPNs may be the way go. This is because iOS 8 eliminates the security and technical issues, enabling the creation of a truly secure business container. The question now is, which VPN is right for your business?

Enterprise mobility leader Cortado created an infographic to help businesses decide which VPN fits their niche. This includes:

  • Standard VPN
  • VPN on Demand
  • Per App VPN
  • Always-on VPN

The infographic was developed shortly after Cortado’s partnership with F5. Through the partnership, Cortado Corporate Server, the ONE solution for all enterprise mobility needs, and F5’s BIG-IP® Access Policy Manager (APM) enable businesses to take full advantage of iOS’ per app VPN.

Check out the full infographic here.  

The Past and Future – Virtualization

Tis the season…for 2015 predictions and 2014 reviews.  At VisiTech PR, our clients span the various genres of technology, from IT to broadband to banking technology, etc. That said, this is a first of a series of roundups on predictions for the year to come and a look back on the previous year from publications and analyst firms specializing in the differing industries that our clients play in.

Let’s start with a look at virtualization:

What did you think some of the biggest shifts were for virtualization in 2014?  Where do you see the future going, and who are you following to keep you updated?