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Brian Anderson

Brian Anderson is a Public Sector Account Manager at Cima Solutions Group. His responsibilities include providing IT solutions to the Texas state agencies, municipalities and institutes of higher education as well as DIR contract management. He joined Cima in 2015 as a college graduate from the University of North Texas with a Bachelors of Arts in Music.
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Recent Posts

Disaster Recovery: Cold Sites, Hot Sites, and Why Do I Care?

When we think of catastrophe’s like car accidents or fatal illnesses we tend to think “that’s what always happens to other people”.  Because of this, we are shocked when these things happen to us but the important thing to remember is that to someone else, you and I are the other people that these happen to.  It’s no different with our IT environments.  If you don’t have a disaster recovery plan in place now, part of your justification may be that you think it will never happen to you but the reality is that disaster can strike anywhere and doesn’t always look like we would think it does.

Deploying Database Analytics on Amazon Web Services

In a world of increasing connectedness, through social media and the Internet of Things, there seems to be an ever growing pressure for businesses to adopt cloud environments and ITaaS mentalities.  However, many are still skeptical about how the cloud can help their business and even what the cloud is in the first place.  Don’t worry, cloud doesn’t mean that your data is hanging out in those puffy white collections of water vapor in the sky and rain doesn’t send your archived data down the storm drain.