New solution allows enterprises to store, access and analyse machine-generated and IoT data with greater storage performance and capacity at improved economics.
M-Files Corporation has announced the Finnish city of Vantaa as a customer.
New Machine to Machine (M2M)/Internet of Things (IoT) partnership enables enterprises to implement, manage, and monetize IoT services.
Leading digital services firm Atos UK&I has unveiled a new Digital Vision for Government opinion paper which seeks to highlight the immense opportunities associated with a strategic programme of digital transformation which may also enable the UK to become a global leader in the provision of digital public sector services.
Helping organisations harness the power of the Industrial Internet.
WinMagic is working with Microsoft Azure Solutions to further protect data in public, private and hybrid clouds. With the widest support from virtualised servers to numerous public and private clouds, WinMagic’s SecureDoc CloudVM provides a single platform and pane of glass that is enterprise controlled that can be utilised to increase enterprise security, ensure encryption compliance, reduce complexity and help to remove silos of encryption within an organisation.
Druva has received $51 million in funding that will further drive the company’s global objective to transform the way enterprises protect and manage information.
Proact will provide leading Baltic EDI and e-invoicing services provider, Telema, with new managed infrastructure, which will deliver business critical services to more than 1,000 customers. The new infrastructure will support the fast growth of Telema's business and customer base by providing a reliable and scalable solution.
Digital Realty has released its Service Exchange, an interconnection platform that facilitates direct, private and secure connections to multiple cloud service providers – including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure – as well as telecommunications providers and other Digital Realty customers worldwide.
To simplify day-to-day ordering and management of infrastructure resources.
Symantec has revealed new research demonstrating how cybercriminal networks are taking advantage of lax Internet of Things (IoT) device security to spread malware and create zombie networks, or botnets, unbeknownst to their device owners.
Industry’s most comprehensive enterprise-grade, Docker- and Kubernetes-native container platform expands developer productivity and agility, delivers enhanced capabilities to deploy cloud-scale applications.
Hibernia Networks has expanded its global network platform to deliver the lowest latency connectivity from Chicago to Moscow, Russia and Mumbai, India, two vital financial hubs. In addition to these new routes, improved latency performance to Dubai, UAE is now offered directly to the Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange, strengthening Hibernia Networks' low latency service for this emerging center of financial markets activity in the Middle East.
Eighty-eight percent of state and local government IT professionals are concerned about cyber attacks targeting critical city infrastructure.
IT threats force the overwhelming majority of UK businesses to trigger DR plans annually, but issues with testing, reliability, compliance and security thwart business continuity efforts.
Zenium has secured two new customers at its Frankfurt One data center. The contract wins confirm strong ongoing interest in the state-of-the-art facility and also contribute towards Zenium’s strongest global sales performance to date.
Automotive company implements Icelandic data center’s unique hybrid approach to provide reliable an.d scalable infrastructure for computing-intensive HPC applications
New facility propels regional innovation and competitiveness helping clients digitally transform.
Global market for smart machines is expected to expand at an impressive CAGR of 18.8% over the forecast period 2015-2024. The market will reach US$ 258.5 Bn by 2024 end, up from US$ 55.3 Bn in 2015 in revenues. Asia Pacific will continue to be the largest market globally.
The managed services industry is in a very healthy state, but acknowledged the challenges as it evolves further. Not least of these is how it finds the resources to support continuing growth, and establish the new language of sales based on business change rather than technology.