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Thursday, 24 September 2015 14:35

ESOS – A challenge or an opportunity?

If you’re a medium to large business and a data center owner then time is getting short if you want to meet ESOS compliance before the December deadline
Wednesday, 23 September 2015 10:55

How will I read my data in 10, 20, 50, 100 Years?

Nik Stanbridge of Arkivum asks why we’re spending so much money on saving data when it could be unreadable
Omri Kohl, CEO, Pyramid Analytics argues that businesses that rely on personal business analytics are missing out on the power of shared data and could compromise enterprise security
Research reveals local authorities are really struggling with the security of their data and are unable to report on how much of the data they store is sensitive
Ian Finlay looks at the recent migration issues around Windows Server 2003 end of support and argues that cloud is the best way to fix the issues, now and in the future when its natural replacement Windows Server 2012 gets to the end of life.
VCE’s Mark Thurmond puts the case for converged infrastructure with a look at some of the findings from an IDC study into the use of converged infrastructure.
Matthew Munson examines the key hurdles organisations in regulated industries face when considering cloud adoption, and offer some top tips for how they can embrace private, hybrid and even public cloud.
Thursday, 30 July 2015 16:41

Big Data: How Big is Big?

Nik Stanbridge looks at the problems around storing and utilising big data and looks at just how much data constitutes a big data problem.
Steve Belton explains why businesses need to consider the importance of a cloud solution to provide real business value, not just IT efficiencies, particularly for data hungry marketing and finance departments.
David Dennis has a bone to pick with Microsoft on its Windows-only strategy for virtualisation, and asks are they really going to win the data centre and hybrid cloud against a more flexible VMware approach.
Chris Coulson looks at why the recent end of life for Windows Server 2003 will encourage more businesses to move to the cloud.
Tuesday, 21 July 2015 16:00

Going (cloud) native

Container strategist at Red Hat, Lars Herrmann, explains why Red Hat will be backing the newly founded Cloud Native Computing Foundation
The Governments new cyber security voucher scheme offers a paltry £1 million grant and a glorified job board to help SMEs fight cyber-crime and to promote people to start learning cyber security skills
Paul Evans explains why businesses should migrate their data to the cloud in a phased approach if they want to keep a tight rein on their spending
Thursday, 02 July 2015 09:33

Public sector cloud considerations

David Tebbutt looks at the known impact, and the unknown impact of the cloud in the public sector, and discovers the average public sector organisation now uses 742 cloud services
Only a quarter of small firms are actually investing in technology such as cloud computing, even though they could reap many benefits from going down this route says Steve Belton.
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 09:03

Are Smart Cities Smart Enough?

How do you know that the order to turn all traffic lights to red is a legitimate command and not a hacker trying to cause chaos? Our blogger in residence Tebbo looks at the smart city security issues.
In the second of his blog posts William Rabie Head of Cloud at Iland looks at hybrid cloud and bimodal IT.
limited visibility and control are the key challenges confronting IT teams as they look to keep sensitive data secure in cloud deployments
Tuesday, 26 May 2015 22:28

How do you avoid cloud evaporation?

William Rabie explains why with more and more organisations moving to cloud, disaster recovery has to be a key consideration to protect data and keep applications secure.

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