“Now more than ever, CPOs are planning ahead – looking into the technology available on the market that can help them to direct their teams to operate in a more agile manner and optimise the sourcing process.”
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.
Eric Jeffery, AlgoSec’s regional solutions engineer, gives his view on the pivotal role of AppSec network engineers and how they can positively impact the business
Flexibility. Adaptability. Scalability. Agility. These are the attributes that many businesses want to engender in their organisation. In search of these capabilities, many have turned to cloud technologies to help make them more competitive, driving significant levels of growth across the sector.
Your security system doesn’t just protect your company from security breaches and losses – it can also make the onboarding of new hires much easier for your HR staff.
Disruption and change across global supply chains continue to create a challenging environment for retailers. Companies must respond rapidly during crises, such as maintaining the flow of goods and upholding labour standards during COVID-related lockdowns, while also working to meet evolving legal requirements for business conduct.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, digital transformation efforts have accelerated across the majority of industries with businesses being forced to make alterations to their usual working routines in next to no time. What’s more, remote working made it apparent that legacy systems were no longer up to the task for businesses to operate in an effective manner.
Never has it been more important for businesses to bolster their defences against cyber-attacks of any description. Steve Whiter, Director of Appurity explains why passwords are an outdated way to secure your self and business against cyberattacks.
By researching and understanding all of the options, away from the smoke and mirrors marketing tactics, business owners can make a more informed choice around their connectivity and ultimately get what they are actually paying for.
Employers today need to understand how they can meet employees’ expectations of what they want in a job in order to retain them, especially in an increasingly hybrid workforce-dominated environment.
The company delivers new vulnerability management offering to help resource-constrained organizations combat increasing attacks on mission-critical SAP applications
Cybersecurity can feel a bit like navigating a minefield – while the ground is
constantly shifting beneath your feet. New technologies, evolving business needs
and an ever-expanding attack surface can mean securing all areas of a business
turns into a bit of a headache for organizations while they attempt to keep pace
with threats that are increasingly sophisticated and harder to predict.
Finastra announced a Banking as a Service (BaaS) collaboration with Microsoft to bring new lending options to thousands of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
We are now almost four years on since the GDPR was first introduced. At the time, it was cited to be one of the most profound changes to data protection laws globally, holding organisations directly accountable for the information they store, process and share. It was essentially one of the biggest changes we have seen since the 1998 Data Protection Act, and businesses all looked at how they could comply to avoid hefty fines.
5 excellent book recommendations for personal growth, business growth and leadership.
Matt Weston, UK Managing Director at Robert Half, looks at UK businesses being warned to brace themselves for an exodus of talent in the first six months of 2022, as the impact of the ‘Great Resignation’ continues to hit hard.
Arenko, a leading software platform provider to the global energy asset automation market, has announced the appointment of Eddie Siow as Chief Financial Officer.
Technology is one of the best tools that small businesses can incorporate into its business.
New research of over 2,000 UK-based office workers from identity firm Okta and Censuswide has discovered an employee preference for asyncronised working.
Over a year on from the start of the first national lockdown, employees do not want to revert back to how they used to work, according to new research from identity firm Okta and Censuswide.