Month: November 2014

7 Tips for Online Holiday Sales Success Black Friday sales aren’t just a brick and mortar thing. This highly anticipated event has spread from the real world to the online world. Now everyone can jumpstart their holiday sales season and tap into one of the biggest shopping days of the year. While the Saturday before […]

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Longtime AIS customer RedOrum recently posted the blog below on their website.As a marketer I am especially grateful to the good people at RedOrum for their enthusiasm and explicit public support of AIS Data Centers.Thank you very much, RedOrum crew!Follow RedOrum via these social networks: Facebook: RedOrum LLC Twitter: @RedOrum LinkedIn: RedOrum LLC (@redorum) Brian WoodVP […]

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During our recent “BBQ, Beer & Bandwidth” event (see photos here) we invited customers to say a few words about their experience with AIS Data Centers. The customer testimonial video below is a compilation of some of the better sound bites (bytes?). My thanks go out to all who participated — both in front of, and […]

When most people think of the IT world, they think of boring offices, humming computers, and smart people who aren’t very creative. The truth is that the IT world is full of very creative, artistic individuals – and we’re not just talking about graphic designers. The most passionate and creative of IT professionals find unique […]

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November 13, 2014 | San Diego Marriott4240 La Jolla Village DrLa Jolla, CA 92037[button link=”http://sdcloudcomputing.com/” style=”blue” window=”true” size=”small”]More Info[/button] [button link=”http://sdcloudcomputing.com/” style=”red” window=”true” size=”small”]Registration[/button] San Diego’s 6th Annual AITP Cloud Computing Conference Adopting the Cloud is no longer a consideration – it’s a must-do for businesses to save money and remain competitive. With Cloud spending […]

When most people think of data center disasters, they probably think of security breaches that major companies have suffered in recent years. While these incidents are significant and can have serious implications, they are not the only disasters to strike in the history of data centers. 1983: Faulty Early Warning System Almost Triggers World War […]

You’re already infected. They’re already inside.It’s not “game over” time, but you need to do something about it because it’s just going to get worse.But hey, cheer up: you’re no different than anyone else.Article by Amir Mizroch in WSJ Digits.Emphasis in red added by me.Brian Wood, VP Marketing—— Ex-Cyber Spy’s Message to Board Members: You’re […]

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A power outage represents a major emergency not just for a data center, but the countless clients and customers that depend on it for a multitude of business and personal needs. Downtime means unhappy people and ultimately, lost dollars. Of course, each of these centers has auxiliary power supplies, but sometimes, even they lose juice. […]

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  November 4, 2014 | White Labs Tasting Room9495 Candida StreetSan Diego, CA 92126 Jumpstart Craft Brew Week with the BIOCOM Purchasing Group! Enjoy some of the best craft brews San Diego has to offer at the White Labs Tasting Room with the vetted Data & Communication suppliers of the BIOCOM Purchasing Group.On Tuesday, November 4th, bring […]

Announcements of big layoffs at big tech companies capture a lot of attention — but demand for technical workers (particularly in software and IT) is still strong.Reading beyond the headlines, one sees that while there are certainly ups and downs, for every big company laying off there are likely a handful of smaller companies ready to […]

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