4 IaaS Industry Consequences of the AWS Earnings Announcement

Kenneth Johnson All Firms, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Technology

Amazon shares rallied over 14% after the company beat both profit and revenue expectations in its most recent quarterly announcement.  Perhaps most significant revelation was the long-awaited disclosure of AWS financials, which had been lumped into “other” in Amazons prior earnings reports. As an avid follower of news and gossip about AWS I have long heard the skeptics speak of …

Control Your Data Security: The Shared Responsibility Model

Kenneth Johnson All Firms, Amazon Web Services, Cloud Technology, Law Firms, Professional Firms

If your firm is serious about data security and you want to move to cloud IaaS, AWS offers the most control.  But with control comes responsibility.  While AWS ensures the security OF the cloud, you must ensure your security IN the cloud.  Get a good summary of how it works with this great AWS video on the Shared Responsibility Security …

Use Case for Collocation in a Cloud IaaS World?

Kenneth Johnson Uncategorized

I am such an evangelist for cloud IaaS, I sometimes get asked, “Would you ever recommend collocation?” Usually I am asked this by someone who currently uses collocated infrastructure and understands the difference between what she has and true cloud IaaS. For those readers for whom the line is foggy, the difference between collocation and cloud IaaS essentially boils down …

Cloud IaaS for Legal IT Professionals

Ronda Peoples Cloud Technology, Law Firms

We have found in our discussions with our law firm clients that three primary concerns, in order of their importance when thinking about migrating to the cloud, are: 1)      Security 2)      Performance 3)      ROI See Cloud Iaas for the Legal IT Pro for our latest thinking on these topics for law firms considering cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Blue …