Tag Archives: 2020

Node4 Enables Faster Evidence Processing For West Midlands Police

West Midlands Police is the second biggest police force in the UK. With data volumes per individual case routinely passing the four terabytes mark, the on-premise IT infrastructure was being pushed to its storage limits and data analysis was becoming very time-consuming. To resolve these challenges, Node4 — in partnership with Microsoft and Exterro, and with regular input from the detective and other key stakeholders within the West Midlands Police Force — built and delivered FTK Central, the UK’s first cloud-based digital forensics analysis solution.

Embracing Efficiency – Why Cloud Document Management Solutions Outshine SharePoint

In today’s fast-paced digital era, businesses across the globe are recognising the importance of efficient document management. As organisations strive for seamless collaboration, secure storage, and streamlined workflows, cloud-based solutions have emerged as a game-changer. While SharePoint has long been a popular choice, cloud document management solutions offer distinct advantages that surpass its capabilities. In this blog post, we will explore why businesses are increasingly gravitating towards cloud document management solutions and how they outperform SharePoint in key areas.

The Cyber Crystal Ball: What will 2023 hold?

2022 has certainly been an unexpected and tumultuous year for businesses – from increased cyber attacks to rising costs. So, how will 2023 fare up? Top Business Tech spoke to seven experts to find out what the next 12 months could have in store for the cyber world.

Micro-fulfilment and Opportunistic Retail

James Hyde, Chief Product Officer & Founder, James and James Fulfilment ,explains how cloud based business intelligence led fulfilment is delivering the agility required to enable truly opportunistic retail.

Empowering Virtual Creativity

Every business needs to work digitally. Yet while project management tools are great at coordinating a dispersed team, they aren’t working for creative tasks. So how can companies achieve end to end visibility of creative projects and free up talented individuals to create, not chase admin tasks?

Why CISOs must now embrace SD-WAN

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.

Cybersecurity specialist Osirium doubles customer base

Recent highlights include first wins in the US, Africa, Asia-Pacific and new European territories, and the first major deals led by its new Privileged Process Automation (PPA) and Privileged Endpoint Management (PEM) solution. Osirium more than doubled its customer base in 2021, driven by the targeting of key sectors and the focused expansion of its channel partner network, while the customer renewal retention rate remains strong at 95%. The first six months of 2022 was a record half in terms of contracts signed, with bookings increasing by 30% compared to the same period in 2021.

IoT Comes of Age

As Laurent Vieira de Mello, COO, Astrocast explains, 2022 is set to be a watershed year for Satellite IoT. Affordable, end-to-end technology models are transforming accessibility and unleashing unprecedented innovation that will totally redefine the power, value and perception of IoT.

Accelerating A Green Commerce Revolution

As both brands and governments look to allay future supply chain disruptions and the very real knock-on effects inflation is having (on businesses and individuals), the topic of on-shoring and all its potential long-term consumer and environmental benefits is gathering momentum.

How to navigate NFT ownership rights

Whilst NFTs promise to deliver new monetisation models for brands, artists and content creators, IP and copyright issues are becoming a real challenge and are in danger of negatively impacting the customer experience.

One of the issues is the overlaps that occur as NFTs continue to link more closely with real-time physical art and brands. After all, NFTs are just tokens that represent an asset and are completely separate from the physical asset itself. However, this grey area raises the question of who actually holds the rights to the asset. As of now, unless an external agreement is made between the buyer and artist, the copyright to an NFT still belongs to the artist. But, when sums are sometimes in the thousands, this is unacceptable for many customers.