The huge amount of data being produced and consumed at work, at school and in our homes has brought with it the need to take both personal and corporate responsibility for how it is protected.
There is no doubt that the pace of technical innovation and the growing use of cloud services has heralded the need for a new approach to risk.
Today the World Economic Forum lists cyber security as one of the greatest threats to business.
Automated deployment of hosting services, end-to-end security, containerisation and the need for resilience in the cloud will be key themes for the coming year.
Procuring cloud solutions and services via the traditional tender route can be a complex procedure for public sector organisations.
With cloud technology becoming the norm for the delivery of IT services and applications, it’s opening up a range of opportunities for organisations to take advantage of the many benefits of cloud computing.
The public sector knows it has to move to the cloud yet it is being held back by the weight of risk aversion. When talking to those who manage IT services and data centres in the public sector, this seems to be the overarching frustration. The...
IT failure doesn’t just affect your IT department. It can have a massive impact on your day-to-day operations.
This is a common question faced by many businesses and, just as in life, there are no straight answers. This is because there is no one size that fits all. Every organisation is different, with its own unique requirements, values and beliefs.
The fallout from the Brexit vote is beginning to hit the cost of cloud services from the hyper-scale providers.
The public cloud is a fantastic environment for critical web applications. Web apps running in the public cloud should be built from the ground up to take advantage of the distributed, highly available and uncoupled services offered by the public...