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The role of a chief data officer (CDO) has changed significantly over the past decade. Ten years ago, the job title was, more typically, data processing manager or head of data processing, and the job itself tended not to be recognised as a driver of added value.
By Ken Mortensen, Data Protection Officer, Global Trust & Privacy, InterSystems.
Disaster recovery and back up in the cloud have changed almost beyond recognition since iland started offering services 11 years ago. The business landscape is more complex, cloud adoption has gone mainstream and the regulatory environment bears little resemblance to what it looked like a decade ago.
By Sam Woodcock, EMEA Director of Solutions Architecture, iland.
There are a number of considerations and questions you should ask yourself as a business before making any decisions on storage solutions. Your individual business and specific data requirements will drive what choice you make.
By Paul Timms, MD at MCSA.
Data is arguably a business’ most valuable asset, as such organisations must do all in their power to protect it. While at times we may be powerless to prevent disasters, due to instances of human error or Mother Nature, for example, it is possible to prepare for the subsequent recovery - no matter what the cause of downtime.
By Mike Puglia Chief Strategy Officer at Kaseya.
As the majority of data in modern enterprises is produced outside the data centre, the ability to access, collaborate, share, and protect file-based data relies on the ability to store it at the edge. Edge computing devices today are creating massive amounts of files and data that can drive significant cost increases when they are communicated or transferred to the cloud or data centre.
By Sabo Taylor Diab, VP Global Marketing, CTERA.
Cloud computing offers flexibility and elasticity, and with the rapid growth of data it is no surprise that most organisations today utilise cloud services in some form or another. By Gary Watson, Founder and CTO at Nexsan.
Dan Hoy, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Egress, explains why companies need to understand today’s heightened cyber security risk and implement intelligent email security solutions as part of a defence-in-depth strategy and goes on to outline how Egress, working through its channel partners, is experiencing significant growth thanks to its ‘best-of-breed’ solutions.
Kunal Kaul, Cisco Managing Director, Partner Managed Services & SP RTM, EMEA, discusses a recent Cisco/Canalys report, which reveals that IT Channel partners anticipate significant growth in 2023, with the main driver being managed services. Technology-wise, the cybersecurity focus remains a major driver, alongside managing IT complexity, the AI opportunity and sustainability.
Susan Kenniston, Wipro’s Global Head & VP of Sustainability, discusses the company’s recent research which finds that customers are the key drivers in shaping an organisation’s sustainability strategy. She also explains the importance of the employee experience in driving change, how businesses can refocus their own buying habits reframe their sourcing strategies and why becoming an agile learning organisation is critical to ESG success.
Christina Mertens, Vice President of Business Development, EMEA, and Darren Watkins, Managing Director, both at VIRTUS Data Centres, discuss the company’s planned 300MW Wustermark Data Centre Campus - poised to become one of Germany's and Europe’s largest scale green data centre campuses and described as a ‘new benchmark for data centre capacity for Cloud and AI in Europe’.
A new report from Appsbroker and CTS shows 86% of organisations have already been impacted by GenAI, with a better understanding of the potentially disruptive impacts of the technology a top priority for 78% of them.
Just 7% of businesses say they are meeting or exceeding their digital transformation targets according to a report from CI&T, a global digital specialist, produced in collaboration with the Global CxO Institute.