By Ash Ashutosh, CEO, Actifio.
By Chris Pace, Head of Product Marketing at Wallix UK.
Peter Hannah, regional director for UK & Ireland at NETGEAR.
When Leica Geosystems launched its SmartNet GPS reference network in North America, it didn’t have the internal IT resources to deliver 24/7 availability to its customers, or to scale the service infrastructure with rapid business growth. By moving its VMware-based environment to the iland Enterprise Cloud Services infrastructure, the SmartNet business unit got the reliability its customers require around the globe, the scalability it needs to grow, and the freedom to focus on core business.
By Mark Edge, UK Country Manager at Brainloop.
By Martin Hill Vice President Marketing, Epicor International.
By Krishnan Chatterjee, Senior VP, Beyond Digital, HCL Technologies.
Last year saw droves of businesses dive into enterprise-wide digital transformation strategies. Management of customer communication in particular, migrated from physical, manual processes, such as print and post, to digital, automated processes, such as electronic documents and messages.
By Peter Godden, VP, EMEA at Zerto.
It’s become a truism to say that companies worldwide are facing up to the challenge of ever-more system failures and outages. It
goes without saying that this can often lead to unhappy customers, brand damage and revenue loss. By Wipro.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) boasts a tradition of personal customer service that goes back to the 1880s when it catered to customers in towns across the UK. Today, M&S operates on a global scale in an evolving, competitive retail market. Because M&S employees use Microsoft Office 365 to connect in real time with colleagues across the world, they still provide the same responsive service. With Office 365 facilitating a new digital mindset and a mobile work environment, M&S employees are also more efficient and productive.
The Lilacs International Commercial Centre completed in January 2016, is a landmark building in Shanghai’s Pudong business district and the latest addition to the world famous, futuristic Shanghai skyline. This sweeping, state-of-the-art complex integrates retail areas, commercial and office activity as well as a cultural centre. It is the first smart building complex in Shanghai to install a total Siemens building management system package.
By Sean McAvan, Managing Director of NaviSite Europe.