Perpetual vs. Subscription: Which License is Best?

Compared to the perpetual license model, the SaaS subscription model has taken off over the years. Cloud Computing, which allows you to pay only for utilized resources, has gained immense popularity since companies can now offer more flexibility in their pricing options for their customers. For Backup and Disaster Recovery Products specifically, the options can be flexible as well: buy a Perpetual License or a Subscription license.

 

 

The Impact of Having Greater Control over DevOps

In the Introduction of this Blog Series we mentioned that Control is the No. 1 reason (in our experience that is) as to why enterprise business is afraid to make the switch to the cloud. We first introduced the current state of DevOps as being asymmetric – which to date the majority of companies are corralled in this category, though according to Forbes, the adoption of DevOps in enterprises is up 71%.* Even with all the pitfalls and money wasting problems, we have found businesses like having management in-house and their problems close to vest so they can remedy issues quickly – or so they think. Next, we introduced Symmetry DevOps™ by PvDC, where we discussed all the benefits of why a cloud environment (hybrid or 100%) can not only be more efficient and cost productive, but it can be managed close to vest as well.

4 (Not So Obvious) Reasons Why You Test your DR Plan-and When!

A few weeks ago, a customer went through a data loss event. When we hopped on a call to discuss the issue, they said “I guess now is a great time for us to see if our DR plan really works.” Though we can happily say they recovered their data easily, during an event is not the time to “see if it really works.”

Why Cloud?

It’s not whether if you “should” move to the cloud or “when” you move to the cloud, but WHY. A vast majority of enterprises are already moving to the cloud, but for smaller enterprise environments, or the SMB, the question of “why” is still being asked. Here is a great 90 second video from the experts at Zerto that discusses the 3 main advantages as to WHY business should take advantage of the cloud:

What is Zero Trust?

The Strategy Behind the New Security Model 

Zero Trust is a strategic security model that restricts everything and anything from gaining access to systems without first being verified, even if the connection is coming from inside the organization. The model ensures that users who have access by default, are required to continuously verify their identity. The implementation of the Zero Trust model has increased dramatically as people continue to work from home - resulting in an increase of cyber-attacks. 

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About Net3 Technology

Net3 is a leading Cloud Services Provider.  We own and operate PvDC Cloud, which is located both on the East and West coasts. 

Nationwide, Net3 provides clients with customized cloud solutions for Backup, Disaster Recovery, and Production.  Our Cloud Services encompass discovering the right cloud platform for businesses, planning and migration, and day to day cloud management for peak performance.