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Brian Ussher

Brian Ussher

Brian Ussher is President and Co-Founder of iland Internet Solutions. Mr. Ussher co-founded iland in 1995 with Scott Sparvero, CEO. Mr. Ussher is responsible for leading and directing the company’s day-to-day activities and together with Mr. Sparvero, is responsible for iland’s strategic direction and growth as a global provider of cloud infrastructure solutions.

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Admiral Ackbar’s take on Private Cloud

Brian Ussher

I’ve got a sense that cloud customers are increasingly stuck between two scenes of the original Star Wars movies, without an obvious path forward. And, feeling inspired, I thought I may act as the Obi-Wan for a moment, being far too not-green and humble to fancy myself to be Yoda.

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Topics: DRaaS, hybrid cloud, security, private cloud

Going SaaS: Advice from an Infrastructure Provider

Brian Ussher

At this point offering applications in a SaaS model is not just an option for software developers— it is a requirement. While many of our favorite apps are still deployed on premise, the “cloud first” initiative has gained tremendous popularity for the ease of deployment and maintenance and flexibility it provides end users.

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Ten Reasons Why Having a Global Cloud Footprint Matters

Brian Ussher

When most people think about the cloud, they initially think of reducing cost and shortening their time-to-market. More experienced buyers layer on other criteria like performance, security, compliance, workload segmentation, and how to integrate the cloud into their existing environment. The shape of your global cloud footprint; however, is an equally important consideration. Below are three reasons why having a homogenous global cloud footprint at your disposal really matters:

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Topics: cloud portal, hybrid cloud, data centers, iland Enterprise Cloud Services, Data Protection, cloud hosting, Compliance

The Future of Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service

Brian Ussher

The advent of cloud computing has inspired many interesting technological movements including disaster recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS), a cloud-based DR option for business. DR was once the stuff of backup tapes, and for some, it unfortunately still is (side note: if this is you, see “Is Your DR Partying Like It’s 1999”). However, for a lot of companies, disaster recovery solutions are doing double time as the gateway to the public cloud. Given this sea change, then, how will disaster recovery-as-a-service evolve over the next few years?

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Topics: DRaaS, data sovereignty, Data Protection

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