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Bluelock is a provider of Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) for complex environments and sensitive data
Compelled by the Software-as-a-Service concept, we set out to try to serve businesses with a newly minted Infrastructure-as-a-Service practice, based on the same principles as Software-as-a-Service: pay-as-you- go, on-demand, efficient. Our high-performance team of cloud experts continues to innovate and explore new ways to see the world of IT, leading us to working in the disaster recovery management business as well. Our goal is to always think about old problems in new ways and develop easy-to-use solutions that allow companies to focus on their core business, not on the hardware behind it.
An event being held this afternoon at Pike High School in Indianapolis aims to connect teachers with tech leaders from central Indiana to help identify a broad range of tech opportunities for students. Diana Nolting with Indianapolis-based Bluelock says the Pike Teacher TechConnect event will help teachers stay up to speed with what’s going on
The software-as-a-service market is currently worth a whopping $4.7 billion, according to Gartner, with no signs of slowing. With SaaS growing as much as 20 percent year over year, new solutions are launched every day. So, how can your small business capitalize on software innovations to make more money in 2017? Below are 10 SaaS
Metro tech leaders on Thursday will launch a program to embed teachers for a day at local tech companies. It’s intended to give teachers a better idea what skills are relevant and what career opportunities exist for their students in the tech sphere. For tech companies, it’s an opportunity to cultivate talent to fill an
Many of us can recall a teacher that impacted our career path through encouragement, recognizing aptitudes and supporting our goals and dreams. Today’s teachers can help their students create more successful career paths due to the vast opportunities available, but keeping up with the current and future opportunities – especially in technology – can be
Chief technology officers are instrumental in helping companies, not-for-profits and government organizations advance and innovate. IBJ and TechPoint’s second annual CTO of the Year program honors the men and women who develop the technology strategies and systems that power their enterprises, serve their customers and fuel growth. Go to Full Story