Amazon EC2, Nirvanix, Rackspace, Joyent, Google Apps, Microsoft Azure, HP, Dell, EMC, Box, Dropbox, AT&T Synaptic, Enomaly, Flexiscale, GoGrid, 6Fusion, 8×8, Salesforce, Terremark, VirtuStream, Bluehawk, Cloudera, Rightscale, Cloudstack, Eucalyptus… The list goes on and on and on. How does an IT Executive keep up with the horde of cloud providers and still do his or her normal job and still expect to be productive?

Take a step back. What does Cloud mean? As my colleague Steve Gruber aptly pointed out, who knows?

But a definitive definition of “cloud” is not what’s important. What’s important is what has always been important in IT. Increased efficiency, more automation, lower costs, better admin productivity, do more with less, speed, agility, etc.

Reaching these goals by leveraging the multitude of available “cloud” offerings today is the challenge that most IT Executives are currently facing. And with so many different companies claiming they can help you reach these goals, wouldn’t it be best just to go back to that trusted VAR or business partner that has always been able to help steer you in the right direction in the past?

Corus360 believes that regardless of what the latest buzzword or IT catchphrase is, the core values that separate us from our competitors remain the same. We take a vendor agnostic approach to understanding what applications are driving our customer’s needs, growth and future plans and then helping them down the road that makes the most sense according to their environment.

No matter the forecast, whether it be “cloudy” or sunny, get on board with Corus360 and Catch the Flight to Data Center Efficiency today. 


Michael Campbell
Senior Account Executive