Henrik Grim, GM Europe Capchase, explains why SaaS startups are ideally placed to weather the storm.
Gravit8 launches ‘market first’ fully configurable VEP showcases ‘game-changing’ software solution, based on its Virtual Event Platform (VEP), a true-to-life 3D virtual environment, with a series of ready-to-use virtual tools aimed at organisers, brands, exhibitors and delegates.
Investing in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) has become fairly standard practice within the business world. The subscription format of SaaS naturally appeals to enterprise customers due to its affordability and flexibility.
With SaaS companies offering apps that continue to provide efficient solutions to an array of modern business and consumer needs, the success of this platform format was assured. Nonetheless, as the volume of VC’s driving astronomic valuations increases and becomes more competitive, methods of driving growth and valuing companies are going through a much-needed evolution.
We look at SaaS procurement and the new company taking this sector by storm, Sastrify.
SaaS Management Platform Zluri, has raised US$10M in a Series A round of funding led by MassMutual Ventures with participation from existing investors, Endiya Partners and Kalaari Capital.
The shift to remote working caused an explosion in the use of SaaS apps for virtual collaboration and document sharing. But this has not been without risk, especially when the data within is unstructured. Maximising visibility and keeping tabs on access rights is key to protecting this new perimeter for security said Grady Summers, Executive Vice President of Product at SailPoint.
Top Business Tech takes a closer look at the largest US SaaS companies providing B2B service based on Mike Sonder’s stock market valuation list taken at the start of August 2021.
ResearchAndMarkets.com has released the “Software as a service (SaaS) Global Market Report 2020-30: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery” report.
In 2020’s rush to adapt to remote work, organisations turned to SaaS to guarantee business continued as usual. A year on, decisions made in haste are beginning to show the cracks; one-size-fits-all blanket subscriptions are no longer a viable long-term solution. Leigh Martin, Product Director at Snow Software, explains how businesses can overcome SaaS chaos and better optimise their solutions.
The cloud may pose a number of questions but SaaS (Software as a Service) can provide an affordable, efficient solution tailored to a business.
PUBLIC Hall, a co-working space in Westminster, achieves a 33% reduction in the Small Power energy consumption by installing measurable.energy solution.
Simon Walker, Managing Partner
at Kubrick, help us learn how software can help support working mothers
Seven IA solution companies collaborate to provide ultimate end-to-end intelligent automation solution for enterprise businesses
Immuta becomes G-Cloud approved provider of Saas services for public sector organisations
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 networks.
Mid-sized businesses are head down, wrestling with constantly evolving operational challenges, from skills shortages to supply chain delays and raging inflation. Management teams lack the time and often confidence to explore technology innovation and, as a result, too many companies are missing vital opportunities to cut costs, boost efficiency and reach new customers.
Song Toh, VP Global Network Services, Tata Communication, shares about Network evolution.
Analytics and the cloud can play a critical role in optimizing IT operations, streamlining processes, building high-performance teams, and ensuring data security for the organisation. It frees up resources to work on innovation rather than worrying about break-fixes and trying to keep services online. This article explores key benefits businesses stand to gain by moving analytics to the cloud.
There are major gains to be had by selling on cloud marketplaces, but SaaS companies must be prepared to invest time and effort.
Mike Miracle, Head of Marketing, Strategy, and Alliances at Catalogic, shares the need to protect Kubernetes in cloud infrastructure.
WYSPR has launched the first marketplace that connects businesses with their most ardent customer advocates and produces social media campaigns with record-breaking engagement rates, WYSPR is upending the influencer marketing industry.
Fred Plais CEO and Co-Founder of Platform.sh, shares how patchwork systems are more than just an annoyance.
As Simon Hill, Head of Legal & Compliance, Certes Networks insists, it is time for CISOs to take a lead role in the Digital Transformation process – or risk being side-lined for good.
In a recent interview for Ringside, RingCentral’s blog, Jasper Van Sas, Global Head of Sales for Rainbow Office at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, shared his insights into how Rainbow Office is making an impact in today’s new workplace.
Today, cloud services are used by most businesses to support their day-to-day operations. By Massimo Bandinelli, Aruba Enterprise Marketing Manager,
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.
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.
Distributed cloud is a mix of on-premise and (multi-) cloud computing in which the control plane for the on-premise part of the system matches that of the cloud(s). By Jim Webber, at Neo4j.
Disruptive technologies have made it easier for new entrants to launch products fast and scale efficiently. By Prema Varadhan, Chief Product and Technology Officer, Temenos.
Delight customers, and stay ahead of competitors by selecting the right API management partner. Questions to ask, must-haves for partners, and what to do after you’ve built your shortlist.
Based on the findings and analysis from Node4’s Mid-Market IT Priorities Report 2021/2022
SaaS companies have been discussing the importance of building and maintaining a strong sales team to the success of organizations for years. However, it’s only recently that sales leaders have begun to truly understand the value of customer success to revenue retention and generation.
Being able to rely on a scalable platform enables businesses to gain back-up network option during periods of network disruption, and CIOs to sleep soundly.
– Rivery, the leading SaaS ELT platform announced its next generation CDC capabilities for Snowflake users at this year’s annual Snowflake Summit. In addition, Rivery is proud to announce that Snowflake has recognized its expertise with joint customers in the media vertical and awarded Rivery with the Snowflake Media Competency Badge, which is part of the newly launched Snowflake Partner Network (SPN) Competency Program.
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Corelight, the leader in Open network detection and response (NDR) today announced Corelight Investigator, a SaaS-based solution that extends the power of open-source driven network evidence to SOC teams everywhere. Investigator delivers advanced capabilities for transforming network and cloud activity into evidence in a fast, intuitive platform that is easy to deploy and use.
Latest Logpoint poll reveals business critical applications such as SAP are going unmonitored. The poll reveals the need for these applications to be brought under the remit of cybersecurity to reduce risk and protect the vital data assets these systems access.
Rivery, the SaaS ELT today announced a new funding round of venture capital led by Tiger Global alongside existing investors State Of Mind Ventures and Entrée Capital.
OpenDialog AI Ltd. (OpenDialog AI), a newly launched company setting out to unlock the potential of conversational AI technology, has raised $5m in its initial seed round of funding.
89% of employees were able to access sensitive corporate applications well after their departure including Salesforce, Quickbooks and other sensitive corporate apps.
89% of employees were able to access sensitive corporate applications well after their departure including Salesforce, Quickbooks and other sensitive corporate apps.
The company delivers new vulnerability management offering to help resource-constrained organizations combat increasing attacks on mission-critical SAP applications
According to new research by Zerto and IDC, almost two-thirds of organisations have responded to a cyberattack with a disaster recovery solution in the last 12 months. The impact of ransomware and significant growth in unrecoverable data highlights the need for effective disaster recovery responses.
With Cloudflare for Platforms, organizations can easily customize and build on top of any application to cater to their customers’ needs
The demand for access anytime, anywhere has grown massively in recent years as the workforce has become more distributed and IT teams have adapted to connect and protect users in new ways. Users are accessing applications from multiple locations (home, office, remote) — and the applications they’re accessing are just as distributed. As the world continues to move in this direction, organisations are faced with a growing challenge: how can network and security teams provide consistent, secure access to an increasingly distributed, mobile workforce without taking on more complexity?
38% of IT leaders believe the consolidation in the managed security service provider (MSSP) market, leading to cyber security-as-a-service (CSaaS) being commonplace, will be the sector’s biggest disruptor of the next five years, according to new research from Distology. Read what Lance Williams, Chief Product Officer at Distology has to say.
Here in the UK, CIAM is playing a central role in maintaining trusted relationships with consumers online. In fact, 78% of the 200 UK and Ireland respondents who took part in a recent WSO2 and Vanson Bourne research study said they are already using an identity and access management platform (IAM), with 67% utilizing a customer identity and access management platform (CIAM).
Plaid, the global open finance data network, and payments platform have announced an expansion of its Payment Partner Ecosystem to include three new European partnerships – Primer, UniPaas, and NoFrixion.
Incepteo is a trusted strategic technology partner offering bespoke software, application development, and support for scale-ups, SaaS organizations, and well-established enterprises.
Insider, a leader in cross-channel customer personalization experiences, has recently announced a $121 million Series D funding round valued at $1.22 billion. Other investors that joined funding included the likes of Sequoia, Riverwood Capital, 212, Wamda Capital, Esas Private Equity, and Endeavor Catalyst.
Martin Riley, Director of Managed Security Services at Bridewell tells us about zero-trust strategy and building a successful hybrid environment
Gareth Meyer, Chief Operating Officer at Ultima, informs us about cloud licenses and using your cloud assets fully.
Ian Jennings, CEO Technical & Operations, BlueFort Security, gives us his insights into the future of the workplace and the hybrid environment.
Graphical Research takes a look at the Virtual Private Network Market and the top trends boosting the industry demand through 2027.
Caroline Lewis, sales director at data analytics organization Tiger, explains how businesses have adapted to this new era.
Adrian Taylor, VP of EMEA at A10 Networks, lays out 7 key strategies that can streamline the workload of chief security professionals. The result is a must read for CSOs, CIOs and CISOs, but also CEOs that may be delegating an overwhelming workload to their security teams.
As organizations continue turning their attention to technology advancements, to maintain some form of ‘business as usual’, there has never been a greater need for companies to truly understand the data they hold, and how to interpret it. Phillip Smith, the chief architect at workplace data analytics firm Tiger, explains more.
Danny Lopez, CEO at Glasswall explains the importance of being cyber smart and why businesses should make a conscious effort to refresh their cyber hygiene regularly.
In the post-millennial era of real world cloud deployment, the modern digitally distributed nature of businesses requires a range of infrastructure options to allow each customer to leverage a mix of cloud technologies to best suit their unique needs while optimizing the associated costs. How can we enable this kind of flexibility in the face of infrastructure complexity and still accommodate for a degree of legacy IT in the modern IT stack where operating models are still being reinvented and built for next-generation use cases? Rob Tribe, Vice President System Engineering EMEA, Nutanix explores the answer.
Heather Hinton, Chief Information Security Officer at RingCentral looks at how the role of zero trust has been accelerated by hybrid work, and how organizations can ensure that employees can remain protected.
George McKenna, head of cloud sales, Ultima, explores the main differences between cloud automation and advanced cloud automation.
As the use of business-critical, cloud-based applications and tools continues to increase, distributed organizations with multiple remote offices are switching…
AppCheck is a best-in-class Web Application and Infrastructure vulnerability scanner. Designed and developed by experienced penetration testers, it provides the…
James Blake, Field CTO Security EMEA at Rubrik, looks at defining data assurance and explains how businesses can ensure an architecture that supports it going forward.
The action plan and sequence of moving beyond the cloud should become a step-by-step road map to transform the enterprise with a clear business case and case for change. Whilst the plan by its nature will be different for each enterprise, the end goal is the same as it is your business is unique, not your IT.
As organizations grapple with protecting data and infrastructure in the era of cloud technology and remote working, Yubico’s Chad Thunberg argues that strong authentication should sit at the heart of zero trust plans.
Craig Stewart, CTO at SnapLogic, explores the value of low code for business.
Goodstyle.app shared the evolution of virtual fitting rooms.
Today, Unit 42 (the Palo Alto Networks Security Consulting Group) released new research that illustrates how supply chain security in the cloud continues its growth as an emerging threat.
Elizabeth Schweyen, Senior Manager of Global Privacy and Compliance at Druva, discusses the complexity of compliance.
Andrew Rigg, the Managed Services Solution Architecture, Perfect Image, examines three cases studies that utilize Amazon Web Services (AWS) successfully.
Microsoft has announced that the new pricing will start in March 2022.
Jesse Stockall, Chief Architect at Snow Software, explores the lingering effect of blind spots in the cloud during a time of increased reliance on these technologies.
Netskope is hosting a breakfast webinar on the essential role of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). Join us on Wednesday, 29th September 2021 at 10:30AM to hear about the capabilities of SASE over breakfast.
IBM has announced that it is expanding its zero trust strategy capabilities with new SASE services to modernize network security.
Thanks to the new pandemic-induced normal, the world of work has become increasingly defined by connectivity and digitalisation, and within this context, traditional ‘detect and prevent’ security solutions are no longer effective. Here, Tom McVey at Menlo Security discusses the importance of Zero Trust – what it means, why businesses should be considering it, and how it can be achieved with the use of isolation technology.
Extreme Networks has announced its intent to acquire the new entity Ipanematech SAS (“Ipanema”), the SD-WAN division of Infovista.
The use of the cloud is ubiquitous in business today. From the Internet becoming the corporate network to the IT supply chain being rewritten, Adrian Davey, IT strategy consultant at Agilisys outlines the five cloud computing trends every business needs to consider as we move beyond the cloud.
Anjana Fernando, Director – Developer Relations at WSO2, UK, Spain and France discusses how iPaaS (Integration-Platform-as-a-Service) helps to ease workloads for software developments, what the current shortcomings are and also where the future of this tool is headed.
Confluent’s strong partnership with Google Cloud delivers a fast path for Google Cloud customers to set data in motion.
The realities of hybrid work create new challenges for IT leaders, finds snow software study.
VMware has ranked top for the fourth consecutive year in Worldwide IT Automation and Configuration by IDC Group.
Andrew Rigg, Head of Managed Services Solution Architecture at Perfect Image, shares the five steps IT decision makers need to…
Andrew Busby, Founder & CEO of Retail Reflections, emphasises that businesses should consider scalable commerce. Here’s why.
Top Business Tech catches up with Chief Information Officer, Alistair Pooley, who looks at the digital transformation, the role it has played in the pandemic, and cybersecurity trends across 2021.
Veeam has been named by Gartner as a Magic Quadrant Leader for the fifth consecutive time and positioned highest in the ability to execute two years in a row.
Version 3.0 delivers new capabilities for enterprises to operationalise AI and ML
Codeveloped innovative, end-to-end solutions will enable new customer experiences and business services across industries with on-premise or network-based deployment.
The beta version of Samsung Internet 15.0 is now available for download on the Google Play Store or Galaxy Store. Top Business Tech takes a look.
Windows 365 will deliver a full, personalised PC experience from the cloud to any device, giving workers and organisations power, simplicity and security for hybrid work.
The construction industry as we know it is changing – recent events have forced the industry to sit up and rethink the safety, efficiency and accountability of its practices. Climate change also remains a pressing issue, with construction responsible for around 40% of all CO2 emissions. But what role does digital construction play in overcoming these issues and why should this new approach be received with open arms? Richard Waterhouse from NBS explains the impact digital construction is having on safety and sustainability.
McAfee’s latest Mobile Threat Report finds hackers capitalising on the pandemic to target unsuspecting consumers.
ResearchAndMarkets.com has released its report on the digital transformation market, and its expected growth by 2027.
WATI raises Pre Series A funding from Sequoia Capital India’s Surge to help companies have personalised conversations with customers at scale, starting with WhatsApp
Stéphane Kirchacker, VP EMEA at Sinequa, takes a closer look at the key factors driving employee engagement in a hybrid work environment.
SER Group’s CTO Gregor Joeris discusses how organisations can achieve effective process digitalisation to support today’s business needs and move beyond the constraints of traditional BPM.
Huawei has released its 2020 Sustainability Report, Tech for Good: Sustainable Social Development with ICT.
McAfee shares its top tips on how individuals can protect their personal data online.
Sean Lowry, Chief Technology Officer at Glide, explains how WiFi6 can help organisations to foster a collaborative working environment, despite staff regularly being split between the office and home.
Virgin Galactic Holdings, announced that VSS Unity successfully reached space, completing the Company’s fourth rocket-powered spaceflight.
Tencent Cloud and Boston Consulting Group have announced a strategic alliance to bolster digital transformation.
Smallholder coffee and cocoa farmers use IBM Food Trust blockchain technology and powerful AI in IBM Watson Decision Platform for Agriculture to improve farm-level decision-making and speed up transactions.
Together with Microsoft, Schneider Electric supports customers such as JLL and Blackstone to develop and achieve decarbonisation ambitions.
new research by Keeper Security has revealed that 92% of UK businesses have experienced a cyberattack in the last 12 months, with over two-thirds (72%) successfully breached at least once.
New List for Sale tool makes it easier for customers to sell domains on Afternic, with a US$2,000 average sale price.
RobotLAB has announced a scaled-down software that will make Pepper more accessible to small and medium-sized companies.
New research released by ESET, reveals Europe’s most cyber safe countries, with Portugal taking the crown, while the UK is named the 8th worst.
Nick Sacke, head of IoT solutions at Comms365, discusses some of the priority challenges local authorities are facing, and how IoT deployments can be rapidly rolled out and scaled to not just overcome such challenges, but exceed them.
Kaspersky identifies how gamers can safely enjoy playing, whilst staying safe from cyberattacks.
From 2020 to 2022, DHL Express plans to spend over US$360M on infrastructure in key markets within the Americas Region to increase capacity and efficiency.
Starcom has launched the first media-booking bot, Abacus.
McAfee will continue its partnership with Samsung but delivering consumer security to Samsung PC users with McAfee LiveSafe.
North West-headquartered Tactus Group, the specialists in consumer and educational technology, has received the prestigious Microsoft Device Partner of the Year Award for the outstanding growth of its Geo Computers brand, as well as its commitment to supplying more than 165,000 laptops to schoolchildren in the UK.
Mark Skelton, CTO and VP of CANCOM UK&I, argues that the current growth in the frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks has made the pressure on in-house IT teams untenable and that businesses should seriously evaluate their need for external support.
Alexander Moiseev Chief Business Officer at Kaspersky outlines how ‘ontology’ (a formal process of categorising and drawing relationships in data) holds huge potential to accelerate cybersecurity.
Sanjiv Sachdev, Director, Strategic Business Value Consulting, Serviceware, examines why it is up to today’s CFO to build a business case for cloud, and how effective IT financial management and greater cost visibility will be crucial to this.
Renewable electricity provider E.ON1 has launched a new Alexa skill featuring advice designed to help people become more sustainable at home.
The Tactical Humanitarian Operations Response (THOR) vehicle is built to provide public sector partners, including the Department of Defense and first responders, with the full range of Verizon Frontline technology.
Kaspersky researchers have already observed over 5000 infection attempts in Europe, North and South America from ransomware gang REvil
Tamas Kadar, founder and CEO, SEON looks at how businesses can effectively implement remote work.
90% of British, French, and German IT decision-makers say flash-based object storage will replace primary storage to fuel AI, ML and other emerging applications.
The new market-leading platform will equip businesses with rapid office search, on-demand global access to workspace, and home working solutions.
Entrepreneur Krissy Mashinsky has launched usastrong.IO. Top Business Tech takes a closer look.
Karen Thomas-Bland, founder of Intelligent Transformation Partners, explores the 10 biggest factors to pay attention to in order to ensure your transformation is a success.
A new report from Temenos shares the insights from banking leaders, who predict the future of brick and mortar banking.
Mark Rhodes, MD of ContractWorks, details how technological innovation can help businesses avoid the costly practice of ‘file and forget’ and stay on top of contract obligations.
MEA Cloud Computing Market worth US$31.4bn by 2026 according to a new exclusive report by MarketsandMarkets.
Steve Whiter, Director, Appurity, explains why working is officially here to stay.
The new AWS Infrastructure Region will arrive in the first half of 2023, enabling customers to run workloads and store data in Israel while serving end-users with even lower latency.
Dan Smoot has been appointed as President and CEO of Riverbed in order to drive the Company’s next phase of growth.
Mark Harrison, Head of Cyber Security, MTI, takes us on a deep dive into the value of Privilege Access Management (PAM) for businesses.
Adobe has appointed David Wadhwani as executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer, Digital Media.
Over two-thirds of surveyed IT professionals believe cloud account takeovers are a significant risk to their organisations.
Top Business Tech reviews the key takeaways from Veeam’s seventh annual user event, VeeamON 2021.
This week’s Scaleup Spotlight features an exclusive interview with CEO and Co-founder of GoodCloud, Russell Marriott, who details the scaleup’s role in its drive for ‘tech for good.’
ServiceNow has announced new strategic Security Operations-focused integrations with Microsoft, extending the two companies existing partnership.
ScaleXP is a women-led company that has raised £600,000 in its seed funding round. Top Business Tech takes a closer look.
Forecast, the leading AI-native platform for project and resource management, today announces that it has raised $19M in Series A funding.
AWS has announced a new container application service makes it easier and faster for developers to build, deploy, and run high-performance containerized web applications and API.
Anurag Kahol, CTO at Bitglass discusses the growing concerns about data security in the healthcare sector and what can be done to safeguard sensitive patient information.
Today it has been announced that BlackBerry has built out its Extended Detection and Response (XDR) capabilities with new cybersecurity innovations.
Temenos Welcomes Industry Leaders and Rising Stars of Fintech to Make Banking Better, Together at TCF Online 2021
IRIS Software Group (IRIS), one of the UK’s largest software firms, has today announced that David Turner has been appointed as its Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).
The company’s latest successes attract serial tech entrepreneurs, that are joining DeepCoding to fuel the company’s hypergrowth
Today, technology has the power to make or break the fortunes of virtually any business. With technological progress, business growth cycles have effectively been ramped up to astonishing degrees.
In our latest Founder Feature, we’re talking with Boris Paillard, CEO of Le Wagon, a Paris-based company running immersive coding bootcamps, teaching people the skills they need for a career in tech.
Property and operations technology is really only in its infancy. Yet the short-term rental industry has shown great appetite for these solutions and it will be interesting to watch what happens next.
Cybersecurity deception technology start-up seedata.io raised £120,000 pre-seed funding from Antler, a global early-stage VC.
Vimcar, the fleet management software for small and medium-sized companies, has reached a significant milestone in its company growth – connecting its 100,000th company vehicle.
Top Business Tech exclusively interviewed James Scott, founder of Thrive.App
B2B and B2C client expectations regarding customer service are higher than ever. How will conversational AI help?
COHO’s new platform for HMO property investors and managers enable them to tap into tenant compatibility
In our latest Founder Feature, we’ll be talking with the Co-founder and Managing Director of Vimcar, Andreas Schneider.
Bruce is responsible for the overall vision, direction, and revenue attainment for NAKIVO, a global company developing data protection and site recovery software for the SMB and enterprise market.
In our latest Founder Feature, we talk to Sophie Bolzer, CEO and founder of Audvice
In this week’s Founder Feature, we’re talking to former serviceman in the British Army, serial entrepreneur and Co-founder of Tillo, Alex Preece.
Jared Whitaker, Founder and Managing Director at Ideologic, explains Flowstate – their solution to program management.
In this week’s Founder Feature, partnered with the Super Connect Series powered by Empact Ventures, we are talking to the award-winning, CEO and Co-founder of Kafoodle, Tarryn Gorre.
This year’s Cyber Security Awareness Month focuses on the human element of the conversation, with the theme being ‘Do your part. #BeCyberSmart’.
In this week’s Founder Feature, partnered with the Super Connect Series powered by Empact Ventures, we are talking to the ambitious serial entrepreneur and founder of Cudo, Matt Hawkins.
SentryOne announced the general availability of SQL Sentry Premium, a new edition of its flagship database performance monitoring solution.
Anurag Kahol, CTO at Bitglass, investigates the ‘people perimeter’ within workplace IT security and why our existing technologies are not designed with the cloud era in mind.
New research from ThoughtSpot and TDWI has revealed that two-thirds of organisations are failing to deliver business impact from their analytics, with analysts spending a disproportionate amount of time compiling reports and dashboards.
Ronnie Wilson, Group Executive Vice President, Serviceware, helps us navigate the stormy waters of the global crisis and what businesses need to do to limit their ‘casualties’.
Andre Thompson, Privacy and Ethics Counsel at Trūata discusses the growing complications of global privacy frameworks, especially during the COVID era where contact tracing is essential for tackling the virus effectively.
This week’s Founder Feature is Adam Sharp, CEO and Founder of Clevertouch Marketing. Adam nhelps businesses around the world deploy marketing automation systems that actually work.
Noticing the common frustrations shared by retailers and carriers, David Grimes, CEO and founder of Sorted Group, set off to become the global technology choice for retailers looking to improve retail and e-commerce efficiency.
James Dean is a technology entrepreneur fascinated by the way the world works. He founded Sensat in 2017 to enable the greatest step change since the internet; the digitisation of the physical world.
A unified approach to flexible consumption models across the full, end-to-end Dell Technologies portfolio Shift to Consumption-based Model Extends to…
This week on our Founder Feature series we are talking to Joyeeta Das, CEO and co-founder of Gyana. They seek to democratise data science by enabling through a no-code and intuitive user interface designed with the user in mind.
Angus Ward, CEO at BearingPoint//Beyond tells us how the disconnect between communication service providers (CSPs) and business customers threatens lucrative future revenues.
F5 Labs assesses three years of Security Incident Response Team data.
This week for our sixth Founder Feature series we are speaking to HR specialist and wellbeing advocate, Steve Arnold, CEO of e-days.
When deciding if channel marketing is right for your tech business there are some advantages and disadvantages to consider.
The stream of data heading into the mobile network is growing at an enormous rate. Simon Crosby of SWIM.AI calls the forthcoming data deluge a “tsunami that won’t end” How do we stem the tide?
Overcoming the Challenges and Concerns of Digital Transformation Digital transformation is fast becoming a priority for enterprises. As IT considers…
As new technologies dramatically alter the business landscape, an effective digital transformation is essential for continued viability, sustained success and ROI
IoT malware attacks are up 55%, according to SonicWall’s Cyber Threat report, which collects data from over a million security sensors in over 200 countries.