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What Does the Net Neutrality Ruling Mean for Me?

David Bakker| March 16, 2015

At Arraya, we’re all about innovation. We’ve written a number of blogs on it, and we’ve made it one of our core values so that it’s at the very heart of what we do as a company. Recently we started getting questions from our customers about a tech issue that’s been making headlines lately and […]

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New ServiceNow Capabilities Increase Efficiency Opportunities

Arraya Insights| March 10, 2015

Just a few months back, we pondered whether or not 2015 would be the end of the line for email. It didn’t seem likely then, however, it suddenly may be a little more plausible as far as three of your company’s departments are concerned. The latest release from ServiceNow promises to boost the proficiency of […]

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Simplify Virtual Infrastructure Deployment and Management with EMC's VSPEX BLUE

Arraya Insights| March 6, 2015

The status quo is something few if any IT leaders are being pressured to maintain. Instead, most are asked to tie IT in more closely with the objectives of the overall business while wringing everything they can out of budgets that aren’t exactly skyrocketing. Hitting those targets has made evolving away from the current state […]

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Microsoft Hikes Price for Supporting Aging Operating System

Arraya Insights| February 27, 2015

Just in case companies didn’t have enough incentive as it is, Microsoft could be about to add yet another reason to hurry up and migrate systems off of Windows XP and onto a more modern operating system. There are new rumblings that custom support for the aging operating system could cost companies even more once […]

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How Arraya Gives Back

Dan Lifshutz| February 23, 2015

When Arraya Solutions first started, it was only myself, my partner David Bakker, and a plan. Flash forward fifteen years and Arraya has become a leader in our field, with a team that’s 80+ strong (and growing) and strategic partnerships with some of the tech industry’s biggest names. Both David and I are extremely proud […]

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Cisco Study Reveals Perception Gap on IT Security

Arraya Insights| February 19, 2015

You’ve heard of the generation gap, well, it turns out there’s also an IT-security-perception gap. The name doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but here’s how it works: Ask IT leaders about the state of their companies’ security and there’s a decent chance they’ll reply with a rosy image. Ask companies’ lower level […]

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Arraya Solutions Named to Manage Service Provider 500 List by CRN

Erin Steinmetz| February 17, 2015

Company Recognized for Exemplary Approach to Delivery of Managed IT Services Arraya Solutions announced today it has earned recognition on The Channel Company’s 2015 CRN Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list as one of the MSP Elite 150. This annual list distinguishes the top technology providers and consultants in North America whose leading approach to managed […]

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EMC Offers Customers a Chance to Save on Backup and Recovery

Arraya Insights| February 16, 2015

It may not be as punchy as “Be Mine” and it probably won’t fit on just one conversation heart, but what IT leader wouldn’t have loved to get the following message this Valentine’s Day: “Here’s a chance to upgrade your backup and recovery capabilities without breaking the bank in the process?” Well, guess what? EMC […]

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Cisco Data Center Partner Connection - Update 2: Cisco's Integrated Infrastructure for OpenStack

Arraya Insights| February 13, 2015

Cisco is the clear market leader for Integrated Infrastructure with solutions developed with VCE, EMC, NetApp, IBM, Hitachi, Nimble, and Simplivity using software from VMware and Microsoft.  Cisco’s strategy has been very clear, to offer customers choice.  Cisco is adding a new option, the Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform […]

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Cisco Data Center Partner Connection - Update 1: Where IoT, Big Data, and Analytics Meet

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Cisco has been touting the Internet of Things for several years, calling it a $19 trillion global opportunity over the next decade.  There are roughly 25 billion devices connected to the Internet today, but it is estimated that it will double to 50 billion by 2020.  That’s a lot of new devices, and who is […]

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