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Disaster recovery is dead

We live in fast times. So fast in fact that a recent Google study showed that over half of users will abandon a website if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load. Any online business knows if the website goes down, users will simply check out the competition and get the product/service they want elsewhere. By Eran Brown, CTO, EMEA, InfiniDat.

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Disaster recovery, what’s stopping you?

  • Published on 24 Feb, 2019 in

Unfortunate tech glitches can come at a high price for businesses. According to analyst group, Gartner, the average cost of IT downtime is approximately £4,400 per minute. But it’s not just the cost of the downtime that businesses need to worry about. There’s also the reputation of the business and the angry customers threatening to take their business elsewhere if the situation is not quickly resolved. By James Smith, Hosting Solutions Director, M247.

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Maximised product uptime is the future, and the future is now

  • Published on 22 Mar, 2019 in

As with the proverbial chicken and egg, innovation and customer demand for an innovation present an interesting quandary into which came first. Whether the shift to servitisation – where manufacturers shift from strict product sales to selling the outcome a product delivers – is down to innovation in the industry or customer demand is one for debate. By Gill Devine, VP EMEA, Syncron.

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Security alert overload: the real cost of alert fatigue

IT security professionals continuously have to tackle high levels of security alerts in the global cybersecurity space. The volume of alerts is increasing at an alarming rate making it difficult for IT to manage and maintain. By Eldad Chai, SVP Product Management, Imperva.

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How can a CDO tackle conflicting data demands?

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.

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Overcoming the challenges of back up and recovery to the cloud

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.

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How Clifton College solved its data backup problems

Clifton College is one of the UK’s leading co-educational independent schools. Cristie Data provides the Bristol-based private school with a fully managed, scalable and reliable cloud backup solution that protects pupil data and can easily scale to meet future data growth.

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