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When there are too many tools in the infrastructure toolbox

Digital transformation and IT modernisation initiatives provide innovations to create a competitive edge and drive business growth. But they’ve also created increasingly complex environments that need to be managed by teams that are strapped for time and resources. By David Cumberworth, MD EMEA, Virtana.

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The great work from home test: what will it mean for the future?

It’s widely agreed that we are currently living amongst the most dramatic disruption to working culture in our lifetimes. In the process, both employees and technology have been put through their paces in ensuring business continuity, in what could be dubbed the great “work-from-home test”. By Anne Marie Ginn, Head of Video Collaboration EMEA, Logitech.

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Downtime and disillusionment: how IT can support boosting employee morale

As the home becomes the new office, there has never been such a heavy reliance on technology to keep the notion of the ‘workplace’, and its culture, alive. Technology is the backbone of most 21st-century enterprises, supporting everything from data storage and security systems, to the software that employees use every day to get their work done. As employees continue working remotely, modern businesses understand that now, more than ever, a technology issue can quickly become a significant risk or loss of productivity. By Chris Terndrup, Business Transformation Architect at Nexthink.

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DataOps: making the most of your data faster and more effectively

Adam Mayer, Senior Manager Technical Product Marketing at data strategy company Qlik talks about the challenges facing companies who want to get the best out of their data, and how introducing DataOps can help them keep up with the speed of innovation.

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In 2020, DevOps and AIOps go hand-in-hand

Today’s DevOps professionals have a lot to monitor and react to in order to keep IT systems running including high volumes of alerts, signals coming from disparate tools and considerable amounts of IT noise. What’s more, their workload has only increased since the shift to remote working due to COVID-19. By Guy Fighel is GVP & Product GM, Applied Intelligence at New Relic.

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Preventing IT outages And downtime

As businesses continue to embrace digital transformation, availability has become a company’s most valuable commodity. By Daniela Streng, VP & GM EMEA, LogicMonitor.

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Operationalising AI: whimsical dream to grounded reality

AI is constantly evolving and, with every development, its value to businesses grows. As demonstrated by Accenture’s global study[1] with C-suite executives, the implementation of AI is becoming synonymous with growth and profitability. In fact, 84 per cent declared AI as imperative to their growth ambitions, while 74 per cent went as far as saying they would go out of business if they failed to implement the technology over the next 5 years. By Dr. Madhav Durbha, Group Vice President Industry Strategy at LLamasoft.

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The new business landscape and AIOps – a perfect match

The IT world is fond of buzzwords and talk of the ‘next big thing’. A few years ago, it was the cloud and SaaS, then machine learning and automation, and now you are probably hearing discussion of AIOps and the potential it holds. But what is AIOps? Will it really transform IT and if so, how? By David Cumberworth, Managing Director, EMEA and APAC, Virtana.

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How to avoid compliance fines through automation and better people processes

The number of regulatory standards and security best practices infrastructure teams have to comply with, and the associated penalties for not doing so, are no laughing matter. By Jonny Stewart, Principal Product Manager, Puppet.

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Managing application performance in the cloud is vital

In the digital era, it's now easier than ever to support a remote workforce as so many applications are moving to the cloud. Applications such as Office 365 are ensuring that employees can work from anywhere, which is especially important in the current environment, but this also raises issues for IT managers. By Kathie Lyons, EVP & GM of ParkView at Park Place Technologies.

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Maintaining network continuity in crisis time

With the coronavirus outbreak continuing to gather pace, many businesses around the world are having to provide remote access for all their employees, sometimes for the first time. This is being done under pressure to tight time constraints. It’s difficult for anyone to do their best work with deadlines looming, and worries and concerns about the current situation playing on their mind. IT staff are no different. By Alan Stewart–Brown, VP of EMEA at Opengear.

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The resilience of your organisation is a reflection of human strength

Back in 2003 the Harvard Business Review published an article, “The Quest for Resilience” . It stated that “The world is becoming turbulent faster than organisations are becoming resilient.” Fast forward some 17 years and while many companies have improved their ability to respond to the ebbs and flows of business it’s fair to say that no one could have anticipated our current predicament. By Phil Rose, Co-founder Ignium.

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Why managing application performance in the cloud is vital

In the digital era, it's now easier than ever to support a remote workforce as so many applications are moving to the cloud. Applications such as Office 365 are ensuring that employees can work from anywhere, which is especially important in the current environment, but this also raises issues for IT managers. By Kathie Lyons, EVP & GM of ParkView at Park Place Technologies.

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Digital transformation: how to ensure your business is ready

New technology is being introduced faster than ever before and this is fundamentally recalibrating elements of our society. By Daniel Ball, business development director, Wax Digital.

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Charles Hunsucker, General Manager Americas and Data Centers at Kohler Uninterruptible Power, explains how its entire range of mission critical diesel generators is now compatible with Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) – the latest development in the company’s sustainability focus.
Retrospect has been very busy in recent weeks, launching Retrospect Cloud Storage, Retrospect Backup 19 and Retrospect Virtual 2022. JG Heithcock, General Manager at Retrospect, talks us through these new storage solutions and the pain points they will help to address.
Or Lenchner, CEO, Bright Data, discusses the growing importance of ESG data, outlining the challenges of accessing, collecting, collating and analysing the many available data sources, and suggesting that improved government guidance and regulation is the way forward, along with the right analytics solution.
Richard Stevenson, CEO of Red Box, discusses the results of the company’s recent ‘Being Human’ report, which provides some valuable insights into the Conversational AI market – how its use is already helping to improve customer and employee experiences, as well as contributing to fraud prevention. Richard also discusses the roadblocks that need to be overcome before the technology becomes pervasive.

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