Rackspace has completed its previously announced acquisition of TriCore Solutions, a leader in the management of enterprise applications, including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Business Analytics solutions from Oracle®, SAP® and other vendors.
Increased adoption of IoT and big data, growing spending on cloud deployment and service models, government initiatives towards the manufacturing sector, growth in the usage of smart devices and enterprise mobile technology will drive the market.
Growth in worldwide cloud-based security services will remain strong, reaching $5.9 billion in 2017, up 21 per cent from 2016, according to Gartner, Inc. Overall growth in the cloud-based security services market is above that of the total information security market. Gartner estimates the cloud-based security services market will reach close to $9 billion by 2020.
ThreatConnect provides managed security services providers the ability to offer more premium services.
Only one in seven organisations is Cloud mature.
The traditional IT department is undergoing dramatic change as a result of the impact of the cloud: subject of the next Executive Briefing meeting June 28th 2017 for CIF members.
iland has achieved the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) STAR Certification, becoming only the second public cloud service provider (CSP) to hold this gold rating.
New offering minimizes risk with objective analysis of business goals and application portfolios.
Every person is unique and, just like their fingerprints, everyone’s digital life is different too. That’s why every Internet user needs a security solution that adapts to their online behavior – this was the rationale behind the release of Kaspersky Security Cloud. The new service combines comprehensive protection against cyberthreats (a must-have in today’s world) and a range of additional scenarios that come into play only when they are truly needed.
Major step forward as Claranet expands reach and capabilities across Europe.
New research from Capgemini indicates a significant step change in enterprise cloud adoption through the increased use of cloud native applications - applications and services built to perform optimally in the cloud, leveraging Platform as a Service (PaaS). Driven by recognition that cloud-native applications can enable IT to better contribute to business agility and innovation, 15 percent of new enterprise applications are cloud native today with adoption set to increase rapidly in the next three years, jumping to 32 percent by 2020.
PowerBroker Privileged Access Management and Retina Vulnerability Management solutions now available in the Azure Marketplace.
Human-centric cloud security solution for web, email and CASB provides reporting and context to address biggest risks and behaviors including "Shadow IT".
Ingram Micro Cloud adds a raft of new technologies, programs, and vendors following the UK Cloud Summit 2017.
New online tool automates migrations to Google’s G Suite for SMBs.
Second report in three-part series on the CIO in 2017 reveals key drivers behind cloud migration and a need for simpler app migration.
The acceleration in cloud adoption has seen cloud-first strategies of businesses across sectors maturing. With it, the most mature and often the most successful cloud organisations are making the greatest use of DevOps and containers practices. This is according to enterprise cloud-as-a-service leader, HyperGrid.
FireMon extends industry-leading platform to the cloud, simplifying security management across complex, hybrid environments with unmatched scalability.
Despite continued increases in use of public cloud, barriers to its adoption remain due to limitations posed by direct connection models. To remedy this problem and to leverage the full benefits of hybrid cloud, businesses should look to embrace True Cloud services offered by carrier-neutral providers. This is according to HyperGrid, the Enterprise Cloud-as-a-Service leader.
Atos has been selected as the trusted digital partner to provide IT services for Northern Ireland Electricity Networks Limited (NIE Networks), the owner of electricity transmission and distribution infrastructure in Northern Ireland.