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Why the public sector need to adopt a multi-cloud strategy

Public sector IT has always lagged behind the private sector. Tight budgets and complex requirements have resulted in many organisations still operating on legacy IT systems and old contracts. As such, outdated IT systems and vendor lock-in has made the public sector susceptible to IT breakdowns and cyber-attacks. Tackling this takes time, but there is already some momentum across the public sector to migrate applications to the cloud. By Neerav Shah, General Manager EMEA at SnapLogic.

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The gathering momentum of hybrid cloud in enabling enterprises to manage IT needs

New tools and technologies will ensure hybrid cloud meets the high expectations of enterprise IT. By Nutanix.

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Join the Tag team – how to optimise tagging policies for the cloud

Think of the cloud as a serviced apartment: your business’s fully-managed home on the internet. While the cloud provider is responsible for everything from the underlying architecture to physical security, accessibility and maintenance, the tenant is responsible for their own possessions – in this case, the applications and the data within them. By Jeremy Chaplin, cloud optimisation consultant at KCOM.

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Cloud means more cloud: Upgrading the legacy workforce

The cloud is redefining how we think about the design, development and deployment of services and applications. However, the movement away from on-premise and physical data centres is also creating a revolution in the IT workforce. By Steven Sell, capability manager at KCOM.

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Adapting to a changing wholesale market

As 2019 kicks off, organisations are increasing the pace of digital transformation, as well as the rate at which they are moving workloads to the cloud. There’s also a rise in their use of data and data analytics to run their business processes. By Andrew Edison, Vice President, Wholesale, Colt Technology Services.

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What Type of Workloads Should You Consider When Migrating to the Cloud?

It should come as no surprise that enterprise workloads are increasingly moving to the cloud. According to a recent survey, 83% of them are anticipated to run on cloud platforms in 2020. By Amy Hawthorne, VP, Global Marketing, iland.

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