No one can predict the future with 100 percent certainty. This year alone is evidence of that fact, with the pandemic turning the business landscape upside down. In January, very few would have expected the struggles that lay ahead, as offices shut, finances became sparse and employees were forced to work from home.
By Alberto Pan, Chief Technical Officer at Denodo.
In early August, many GPS users around the world suddenly found themselves unable to use their systems. What many stranded drivers did not know at the time was that this wasn’t due to a technical error; in fact, their GPS receivers weren’t working because Garmin, their manufacturer, had been subjected to a ransomware attack.
By David Friend, co-founder and CEO, Wasabi.
The internet has become a fundamental part of so many businesses around the world. A large percentage of the populous may use it to keep in touch with friends or to stay informed on current affairs, but it is the backbone of the economy in many ways. For this reason, you can imagine that website downtime can have a serious impact on these companies - the trade we have to make when becoming so reliant on servers.
By Jack Bird, Senior Content and Off Page SEO Specialist.
In a matter of months, COVID-19 has completely upended decades of tradition and social dynamics of the modern office. As our daily lives turn almost completely to digital interactions digital skills, long growing in importance, are now centre stage as critical to success in the current work environment.
By Nick Turner, VP EMEA Druva.
The last six months have brought about some of the greatest shifts in the business world to date – and as a result, organisations have been under mounting pressure to turn up the heat on digital-led initiatives. This is all while employee numbers have decreased, where staff have been furloughed and other cost-cutting measures have been implemented, and as remote working has steeply increased.
By Yad Jaura, Product Marketing Manager at Netcall.
Organisations that have been able to react quickly to help their customers face the challenges posed by Covid-19 will have set themselves apart from their competitors.
By Andy Brierley, UK GM at Rackspace Technology.
In today’s climate of COVID-19 uncertainty, technology leaders are challenged to focus on delivering business continuity and disaster recovery hand-in-hand, with accelerated preparedness for remote working. All whilst conscientiously looking to improve energy efficiency as data consumption continues to increase.
By Vinny Vaghani, Co-Founder, Head of Operations and Commercials, IP House.
Andre Azevedo, CEO at Ancoris, explains how the company’s new GreenLab Google Cloud service helps organisations to understand the actions they can take around their IT infrastructure to achieve their sustainability goals, with cloud migration a high priority for many.
Rob Elder, Vice President Data Centers, Bulk Infrastructure AS, discusses the current energy price spike and the impact it is already having on the global data centre industry - with a particular focus on how location is becoming an increasingly important factor for end users.
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.
Christian Gilby, Senior Director of Enterprise Product Marketing, Juniper Networks, talks through the recent updates to the Apstra intent-based networking platform, covering edge, Zero Trust and migration services. He also details a recent customer success story.
Wrike has released new findings that uncover the cost of work complexities brought about by the Digital Era and accelerated transformations. According to the research report commissioned by Wrike, “Dark Matter of Work: The Hidden Cost of Work Complexities,” up to 55% of the work that takes place within an organisation is not visible to key stakeholders, costing organisations up to $60 million a year in wasted time, delayed or canceled projects, and employee churn. This lack of visibility has created the “Dark Matter of Work,” a term coined by Wrike Founder Andrew Filev to describe the vast amount of work that isn’t captured, tracked, or measured against goals because it takes place in synchronous applications and unstructured ways.
OCI coupled with Metallic data management as a service (DMaaS) enables enterprise customers to protect and secure their data against threats, adhere to local data residency laws, and ease data management and recovery.
Leeds-headquartered SaaS firm eviFile has announced it’s working with Alstom Transport UK Ltd – the multinational rolling stock manufacturer and the UK’s leading signalling and rail infrastructure provider in CP6 – to roll out the eviFile platform across all live UK projects, including a contract worth £130 million.