Tuesday, September 25, 2012

UCG / VAULT400 at Common

Here is a quick photo from the Common Conference in Columbus!



Learn more about United Computer Group and VAULTT400

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Common 2012 Fall Conference & Expo in Columbus, Ohio


I see our friends at  UCG / VAULT400 will be exhibiting next week at the Common 2012 Fall Conference & Expo in Columbus, Ohio.


This three-day Power Systems educational and networking event will be packed with over 100 educational sessions on a large variety of topics, including vendor-led sessions, and pre-conference workshops. As expected from all COMMON conferences, attendees will have the opportunity to further enhance their education through numerous networking events and meeting with leading solution providers in the tabletop-style expo.  Visit the COMMON Web site for more information

They will be at Booth #38.



Wednesday, August 01, 2012

VAULT400 Turns On New Website


VAULT400 just turned on their new website and they have retained all of the valuable content you have enjoyed plus added many new features.  Here are a couple of  items that jumped out at me (besides looking fantastic):  
  • Very convenient search of the entire site directly from the top banner
  • Convenient contact capabilities
  • Expanded social media:
So be sure and visit the site and connect with them on the social media links as well.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Zenith Infotech Barred from Selling Cloud Assets

I read a disturbing article about Zenith Infotech in Channelnomics by Larry Walsh.

Zenith Infotech, an India company with its U.S. operations headquartered in Warrendale, Penn., is embroiled in a court battle over its $83 million foreign currency convertible bond default last September. Plaintiffs lead by Bank of New York Mellon are seeking full compensation for the bonds, alleging Zenith Infotech is purposely hiding liquid and physical assets to avoid paying the debt.  Read complete article.

Sunday, April 08, 2012

How Can This Happen? California warns of lost parent-child data

When I read the news about California officials warning that personal information about parents and children in child support system was missing....I was a little more than shocked.  Here is the real kicker...The contractors are IBM and Iron Mountain.  They said "could not locate several specialized computer storage devices."  Apparently, stored data was being transferred from an IBM facility in the state of Colorado to California, and some devices holding information were missing upon arrival.  Information unaccounted for included people's names, addresses, social security numbers, and places of employment.

Whenever your data is being transferred via a physical device, you are at risk.  We have a local company in my city that drives around town picking up tapes.  I often wonder if people realize how vulnerable they are using such an approach for backup and offsite storage.    This is a good reminder to revisit your offsite storage approach.  The staff at VAULT400 will be happy to discuss options even those that do not include their offering.  

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

United Computer Group Releases Profile

United Computer Group (Owner of VAULT400) recently released a Corporate Profile Document celebrating their 25th anniversary.  You can learn more about United Computer Group by clicking here.

United Computer Group is a technology solutions provider for the mid-market.  UCG is conveniently located in the Cleveland, Ohio area.  This allows them to effectively service their over 1,000 IBM Power Server clients in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and other surrounding states.