Samantha Vince

Aruba OS8 and Atmosphere Recap

Edge Solutions had the opportunity to attend the Aruba Atmosphere conference this year in Nashville. There’s a lot of exciting stuff on the horizon with Aruba! Of particular note was the new version of their controller-based wireless system, ArubaOS. ArubaOS 8 is a major shift in design and it introduces a lot of new features […]

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Data Security Trends for 2017

Digital transformation was the running theme in 2016 as companies focused on innovation. The trade-off for this attention to innovation was a lack of attention on security, and we saw continued breaches to large entities. As a result of this non-stop assault on companies’ evolving security postures, we see the following as big trends in

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Edge Solutions CEO, Julie Haley, Invited to Board of Councilors of The Carter Center

Edge Solutions CEO, Julie Haley, was invited to become a member of the Board of Councilors of The Carter Center.  The Carter Center is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization founded in 1981 by former US President Jimmy Carter and his wife. “They monitor elections to support fledgling democracies; they eradicate horrible diseases like Guinea Worm and Elephantitis; they have

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Advantages of Microservices

There is a renewed interest in the concept of microservices due to many documented successes – it is becoming the default style for building enterprise applications. Many have found microservices analogous with service-oriented architecture (SOA)—and although there are subtle differences—they are both architectural patterns and styles where computer software application integration is enabled by service

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To Cloud or Not to Cloud?

That actually, is not the question. The real question is what and how much do you “cloud” in your enterprise.  Many already use cloud with SaaS offerings such as Concur, Office 365, and other back office applications that traditionally used to run in the data center years ago.  Moving traditional infrastructure and applications to the

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