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Is the Cloud Right for Your VDI?

Matthew Sekol Matthew Sekol| April 20, 2017

A few years ago at my previous company, I considered VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) on-premises for a specific use case around engineering. We were trying to build a more efficient way for our engineers to use graphic intensive compute over a centralized connection instead of having to purchase expensive desktops. Unfortunately, we couldn’t justify the […]

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Recap: Arraya's 4/13 Security Forum

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| April 18, 2017

Cyber security wasn’t just a hot topic for Arraya Solutions last Thursday, it was the only topic. The latest threats, response tactics, and more took center stage at Arraya’s first-ever Security Forum. Attendees of the half-day event, which was held at The Hub in Conshohocken, PA, were given a unique opportunity to participate in a […]

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4 Ways vRealize Log Insight has the Edge on Legacy Tools

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| April 17, 2017

Every tech knows the feeling of opening up Notepad on their machine, loading a lengthy log file, and diving in. Locating one specific answer amongst that endlessly scrolling sea of data is no small feat. Yet, for many admins tasked with searching for the root cause of an issue, this was standard operating procedure. It […]

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Your Office 365 Journey: What Comes After Email?

Matthew Sekol Matthew Sekol| April 12, 2017

Almost every customer that moves to Office 365 starts the migration with email. Perhaps it has to do with the send/receive relationship of email. Regardless, email is the function most IT organizations are comfortable using to test the cloud. At Arraya, we enable this by helping customers create a rock-solid tenant, layer on some security, […]

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Are You Benefiting Yet From These 5 New Office 365 Features?

Matthew Sekol Matthew Sekol| April 11, 2017

Office 365 is the undisputed king of collaboration. No other solution offers the benefits of the cloud while covering the range of collaboration services that Microsoft offers – from email to voice, conferencing to social portals, intelligent security to personal file sharing, and more. Office 365 E3 has been the sweet spot for many organizations […]

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5 Other Reasons to Get Excited About Cisco’s HyperFlex 2.0 Release

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| April 6, 2017

When Cisco unveiled its HyperFlex 2.0 release, there was one thing on everyone’s mind: all-flash. The 2.0 update gave customers the ability to choose between a new all-flash version of Cisco’s hyperconverged solution and an updated take on the hybrid version already on the market. While the addition of all-flash is a big story, it […]

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Magic Quadrants Show the Way in Tenuous Collaboration Space

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| April 4, 2017

The telecom space has seen its share of upheaval lately. Considering the importance of collaboration tools to modern businesses, it’s not surprising many organizations have expressed concern about the future of their platform. Should these businesses decide to strike out in search of a more stable solution, they’d be hard-pressed to find a steadier option […]

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Arraya’s Plan for Making 2017 A Better Year for Cyber Security

Dan Lifshutz Dan Lifshutz| March 31, 2017

My previous post, a recap of how Arraya spent our 2016, kept to the year’s highlights. While this new post will also look back at last year, I’d like to focus in on a single issue: cyber security. Unfortunately, doing so requires going back to some of last year’s lowest points. Despite all of the positive developments […]

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Creating Your Own Threat Intelligence

Tom Clerici Tom Clerici| March 23, 2017

During my time in a previous role, I remember attending a vendor presentation where the salesperson listed all the reasons why I needed to invest in a third party threat intelligence service.  Most of the pitch was aimed at the attack trends happening in my industry and how to stay safe. His presentation got me […]

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Managed Services: Who’s Actually Answering the Phones?

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| March 22, 2017

Something’s wrong in your data center – who are you going to call? If your organization works with a Managed Services provider, that’s likely your answer. However, who specifically is going to pick up the phone? Will it go to someone local you know and trust? Someone who understands your environment? Or will your request […]

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