Training MagazineApr 11, 2018

How to Choose the Right Cloud for Your Training Needs: General Purpose or Specialized?

Technology innovation is radically transforming online education. Where software training once had to take place in a central, physical classroom, the advent of the cloud frees students to learn from anywhere with an Internet connection. But not all clouds are the same. Training organizations have two choices. They can choose to use one of the major commodity cloud services (such as Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure) and build their own online training environment. Or they can go with a specialist cloud service that provides an environment built specially for the needs of training organizations.

Read IT QuickFeb 28, 2018

CloudShare Announces CloudShare for Support

CloudShare, a cloud-based training platform, has introduced CloudShare for Support. The company says the new offering enables technical support teams to substantially accelerate time to resolution and improve productivity.

VM BlogFeb 27, 2018

CloudShare Introduces CloudShare for Support: A Cloud Service That Helps Enterprises Solve More Customer Issues in Less Time

CloudShare, a specialty cloud provider that helps software companies replicate complex on-premise IT environments in the cloud for training, sales enablement, and sandboxing for testing and support, today announced its new CloudShare for Support offering that helps technical support teams significantly speed up time to resolution and increase productivity.

TechTargetFeb 26, 2018

Bare-Metal Cloud Services Lure Legacy Workloads Off Premises

For some enterprises, bare-metal services in the cloud act as a crucial steppingstone to an IaaS deployment, and providers, including IBM, Oracle and AWS, have taken notice. Bare-metal services might seem counterintuitive -- even a step back -- in a cloud market that evolves so rapidly...

FierceCEOJan 31, 2018

Zvi Guterman, CEO at CloudShare, Mounts Comeback After Purchasing Company

Share Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Zvi Guterman, CEO at CloudShare, refused to let his company be shut down, so he bought it. The gamble involved the pain of virtually jettisoning his staff in order to start regrowth on a smaller scale, but it has been paying off. The specialty cloud provider is not only on the comeback trail, but is eyeing expansion.

DevOps.comJan 09, 2018

Legacy On-Premises Apps Got You Down? Cloud DevOps to the Rescue!

With all the buzz around DevOps we tend to assume that everyone is doing it. But the reality is that most companies are not. That’s because organizations using legacy, on-premises applications think that it can’t work for them, and, according to IDC, the vast majority of enterprise apps still reside on-premises. Even in 2018, less than 28 percent of the worldwide enterprise applications market is expected to be software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based. But even if your organization is weighed down by legacy apps in your data center, that doesn’t mean you can’t do DevOps in the cloud.