IDC predicts that the worldwide installed base of Internet of Things (IoT) endpoints will grow...Read Article
Learn the inside track on what 2014 holds for the cloud, Amazon, Microsoft and which cloud standard is set to come out on top from identity as a service business Okta’s Chris England.
CEO and founder of cloud-provider Elastichosts, Richard Davies explains why businesses should be wary of fake cloud providers and why he thinks Amazon should be worried about their position in the cloud world
Nigel Moulton, CTO EMEA of VCE recommends a few tips on striking the right security and infrastructure balance to ensure your organisation is prepared for the cloud.
Is a cloud billing system one that bills for cloud services, or a billing system that resides in the cloud? Louis Hall CEO of Cerillion Technologies helps you decide.
SailPoint founder Kevin Cunningham considers when a business should start to consider identity management as part of their security portfolio and looks at the reasons behind the move and the questions businesses should ask potential suppliers
Following the news that IBM will invest nearly £750 Million on cloud infrastructure this year, Sven Freudenfeld, Business Development Director, Telecom – Cloud at Kontron thinks there’s a way for other data centre suppliers to beat IBM and that’s by increasing their energy efficiency to become more cost-effective and delivering new innovative services.
Computers and digital data have made much of what Accounting and Finance departments do inarguably easier. Or would you rather go back to ledgers and hand-cranked desktop calculators?
With news that Google and Microsoft plan to take on the Amazon Web Services monolith with infrastructure services of their own, you have to ask: How many clouds do we need?
In all the hype about cloud computing, one principle is often obscured: If the technology is not driven by a specific need, the tremendous capabilities of the cloud are likely to be wasted.