In recent years, Multi-Cloud Solutions became an increasingly popular approach among organizations.  The question remains whether a Multi-Cloud Approach or a Single-Cloud Vendor is recommended.  While there is no true correct answer to that question past subjective preference, we would like to highlight some strengths of Multi-Cloud solutions.

At the heart of every Cloud Services procurement is a common goal: data security. … View More

Some products sell themselves. Others require a bit of hand-holding. Cloud sits somewhere in the middle.

On the one hand, every customer has heard the growing cloud chorus and knows that many in their industry are already onboard. At the same time, cloud raises difficult, sometimes scary questions for organizations and IT teams. It’s up to cloud partners and technology advisors to find answers and help their clients separate myth from reality.… View More

A successful deployment and utilization of a Hybrid IT environment depends on an effective operations model. Get advice on how to deliver a secure environment, optimize resources and workloads, manage costs, and achieve an optimal ROI.

Download: An expert guide to Hybrid IT: This report covers the tools, techniques, and strategies required for an effective operations model.

Legacy and physical data centers aren’t going away.… View More

Atoms, genes, transistors. These are the basic units of physical matter, hereditary traits and computers. And now there’s a magical new addition to that list that will soon be just as familiar to us and found everywhere in our daily lives — even inside our bodies. It’s called the voxel: the 3D equivalent of a pixel.

Voxels are already used in virtual reality and other kinds of three-dimensional rendering.… View More


Scanning the sea for danger

This deepening intelligence powers the Ripper Group’s shark-spotting drones in Australia. Chief Operating Officer Ben Trollope says the Westpac Little Rippers stream video in real time. Functioning like a visual search engine, the software scans vast miles of ocean for the tell-tale shape of a shark. The machine-learning program has been trained on millions of photos of sharks and other shapes in the sea.… View More

New York, NY, June 4, 2018 – Compulink Technologies, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Compulink to its 2018 Solution Provider 500 list. The Solution Provider 500 is CRN’s annual ranking of the largest technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants in North America by revenue.

The Solution Provider 500 is CRN’s predominant channel partner award list, serving as the industry standard for recognition of the most successful solution provider companies in the channel since 1995.

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As you prepare to sit with the team and consider adapting to SD-WAN we have one key ask – take inventory. We know there’s an ever-growing number of bandwidth-intensive business critical applications happening – all demanding high reliability and quality of service. When these slow down for – even just a few seconds – employee’s notice and they complain. If a POS terminal doesn’t respond, more often than not a customer is out the door taking their business elsewhere.… View More

Hope you enjoyed this years Super Bowl, and congratulations to the Philadelphia Eagles the Super Bowl champions. While we had another great game to watch. As is tradition, we have many great commercials to watch as well. Naturally like most office around the world, we talked about the commercials we like the most this year.

5. Alexa Loses Her Voice- Amazon made a great ad with the celebrities they used to replaced the Alexa AI voice.… View More

Dell and VMware are in talks to complete a merger. However; this is not your typical merger where one company simply buys another. VMware is a publicly traded company, and Dell is not. Now Dell can buy all of VMware’s shares and then go public themselves. Dell recently acquired EMC, and through the acquisition they own 81% of VMware.

Dell has a major tax debt problem and is exploring this merger as a way to solve it.… View More


Microsoft and Apple have a rivalry in technology that could be compared to Yankees vs Red Sox, Celtics vs Lakers, Muhammed Ali vs Joe Frazier. These two companies have been rivals since their founding. In fact the leadership of the founders of each company, added to the corporate rivalry. Steve Jobs and Bill Gates always went at it in interviews.

Fast forward to today.… View More