Enterprise data has been closely linked with hardware for numerous years, but an exciting transformation is underway as the era of the hardware businesses is gone. With advanced data services available through the cloud, organisations can forego investing in hardware and abandon infrastructure management in favour of data management.
Cloud computing has transformed the way we work, communicate, and consume technology. From storing data to running applications, the cloud has become an essential part of our lives. But what does the future hold for this technology? In this article, we’ll take a realistic look at the future of the cloud and what we can...
AI is becoming an increasingly important element of the digital transformation of many businesses. As well as introducing new opportunities, it also poses a number of challenges for IT teams and the data teams supporting them. Ab Initio has announced a partnership with BT Group to implement its big data management solutions on BT’s internal...
Although cloud technology is not a new technology, its continuous progression has made it become the most effective delivery model for information and services using existing technologies. By Rukmini Glanard, EVP Global Sales, Service and Marketing at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise.
Cloud adoption rates have certainly increased in recent years as migration of people, systems and data became simpler, costs have decreased and concerns over security eased. By Chris Clifford, Technical Solution Architect, Columbus UK.
The cloud is a revolutionary computing paradigm that has completely transformed the way we do business – not least by generating significant efficiencies across the board for organizations large and small. By John Blackburn, Central Networks’ operations director.
Headless means different things to different businesses, so finding the best advice and applying it is not easy, particularly as there are so many myths around the subject. By: Peter Youell, EVP Technology at Astound Commerce.
90% of Employees Say Being Back In-Office Is Better Than Expected, Envoy Survey Reports. The way we work, interact, and communicate in the workplace has been flipped on its head since the pandemic. By: envoy.com
There’s data in the data center, data at edge locations used by remote offices, data on mobile devices, and data in the cloud. And when an organization has data in the cloud, it usually doesn’t mean just one cloud. By: Chris Wiborg, Vice President of Product Marketing, Cohesity.