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The EU Safe Harbour 1.0 ruling was declared invalid back in October 2015, what does that mean for organisations transferring data across boarders via the cloud?

Thursday, 26 November 2015 15:23

Cloud security and your cloud provider

Data breaches are high up in the news so we got Monica Brink to look at some of the steps a business needs to take to ensure they are securing their sensitive data 

Monica Brink looks at what key aspects should be considered when talking to C-level executives such as a CEO/CIO and CFO about Disaster Recovery and gives some tips on winning them over

Jennifer Brenner looks at the compelling evidence for the growing acceleration to the cloud and asks if that should change your business cloud migration policies

Monday, 21 September 2015 09:03

Are you worried about DRaaS?

Iland’s Monica Brink, asks why IT is afraid of DraaS, and why it should be at the top of every business shopping list

ilands disaster recovery solutions keep Chicago-based media business Strata from failure and deliver near-zero recovery time

In the second of his blog posts William Rabie Head of Cloud at Iland looks at hybrid cloud and bimodal IT.

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.

iland has announced new advanced management and reporting capabilities available within its Enterprise Cloud Services (ECS) portal, powered by a big data backend. 

Cloud migration is no longer as daunting as it once seemed but it’s still not simple, so here are six tips for ensuring a smooth transition to the cloud.

Lilac Schoenbeck argues that a public cloud solution isn’t always the answer for businesses with multi-tiered applications with physical dependencies or specific networking requirements.

Wednesday, 07 January 2015 09:51

The year ahead for cloud

Lilac Schoenbeck of iLand looks at why 2015 will be the year businesses get more intelligent about their choice of cloud host, including demanding relationships be more a two-way street and demanding transparency over where their workloads are located.

We take a look at how DR can be a cost-effective medium to recover from disasters in an organisation’s mission-critical applications or data.

Industrial automation business Piab is using iland’s Enterprise Cloud Services and Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service offerings in order to focus on strategic IT initiatives that help grow and protect the company.

Enhanced Enterprise Cloud Services portal and mobile app enable teams to easily monitor and control their cloud costs and resources on the go.

There are staggering failure rates across 'tech giant' IaaS implementations and the support and functionality required for an effective solution just isn’t there yet

US cloud business iland has expanded its UK operations with two new data centres in Manchester and London

iIand’s new cloud and VMware dashboard allows businesses to see real time analytics on their VMware servers – real and virtual - to help businesses reduce unpredictable costs, and improve performance and compliance issues

New cloud marketplace from TeleCityGroup offers businesses the ability to chop and change between cloud suppliers with guaranteed availability and data sovereignty.



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