The rapid uptake of cloud technologies shows no signs of slowing, but unlocking full ROI from your IT investment is not straightforward. Rob Smith, CTO at award-winning cloud provider Creative ITC, highlights three critical factors for cloud success.
Recently, WhatsApp announced plans to help businesses operate and amplify their presence online, including a new chat feature that allows for more effective communication with customers.
The average digitally-savvy individual has hundreds of online accounts, and a dozen (or more) distinct digital ‘identities’.The proliferation shows no sign of slowing down, but is also unsustainable.
Together, the Cloud and CRM have the potential to revolutionise a company, making it more efficient and effective in its customer delivery, as John Cheney, CEO, Workbooks explains.
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.
Local Authorities are under intense pressure to escalate Digital Transformation strategies while also dramatically reducing IT costs, achieving public sector sustainability goals and extending citizen self-service access to key services.
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.
Local Authority IT teams are facing incompatible goals. Is it possible to cut the IT budget by £millions per year over the next five years while also replacing an incredibly extensive legacy infrastructure with an up to the minute cloud based alternative?
Digital transformation efforts have accelerated across the majority of industries and remote working made it apparent that legacy systems were no longer up to the task. The cloud resolves many of these issues by offering improved flexibility, manageability, and a rapid ROI. However, many enterprises aren’t aware of the significant differences between acquiring a new cloud solution and purchasing traditional on-premise software.
The major contrast between the two is that while the former is delivered as a service and purchased as a term contract, usually over a period of three years or more, traditional on-premise software often involves the one-time outright purchase of software. Irrespective of the size of the software being procured, there are four key steps that organisations must follow when it comes to purchasing cloud software.
The world’s most popular cloud native vulnerability and risk scanner adds new capabilities to help practitioners seamlessly integrate and scale cloud native security into their Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC)
Continuing a nearly 20-year customer relationship, Node4 delivers a centralised IT procurement, self-service IT helpdesk support, Microsoft356 roll-out and hosted cloud environment to Places Leisure.
Construction technology company, XYZ Reality announces the official integration of its Engineering-Grade AR headset, The Atom, with Autodesk® BIM 360®, a construction management solution that is part of Autodesk Construction Cloud®, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network and predictive insights for construction teams.
N-able, the solutions partner helping IT services providers deliver security, data protection, and remote monitoring and management services, today announced the launch of Cove Data Protection™, the cloud-first data protection-as-a-service (DPaaS) solution that modernizes data protection for business-class backup and disaster recovery.
Akamai Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: AKAM), the cloud company that powers and protects life online, this week announces a series of new products and updates to existing products across its security and compute product lines.
Nasstar is working with the Rail Delivery Group to transform smart ticketing across Britain with a new serverless smart ticketing solution. The cloud-based platform running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been designed to be future-proofed and this new iteration of the smart ticketing infrastructure modernizes the existing technology stack further.
Total Data Centre Solutions listen to you and understand your business objectives and then provides a bespoke solution that meets your requirements.
Tencent Cloud provides a full suite of industry and technical solutions that fit a wide variety of business scenarios, ensuring that customers can move to the cloud securely and efficiently.
The journey to the cloud is filled with an abundance of decisions to be made — from the technologies, you select to the frameworks you decide on, to the management tools you’ll use.
We interviewed 19 of the most relevant companies: Fujitsu, Acronis, D2IQ, Enlogic, Platform SH, Tencent Cloud, Dragos, App Gate, Total Data Centre Solutions, Incepteo, Canonical, Netskope, Cloud Q, Microsoft, Vertiv, Ionos, Mitsubishi, Ionos, Dragos
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