Can Organisations Afford to be Cloud Agnostic? In other words, their IT infrastructure has no specific preference for one provider over another.
Edge computing is not necessarily a revolution in cloud computing but an evolution of what came before: so why do we need the edge when we have the cloud?
Communication and collaboration in business is vital. So how can unified communications improve business productivity?
Stuart Hasking, Cloud Architect at DXC ServiceNow, looks at three habits IT departments need to kick to ensure an effective digital transformation
It’s probably no surprise that most work environments use some sort of cloud functionality these days. Find out how accountancy firms are using the cloud.
RingCentral is streamlining omni-channel business communications and empowering enterprises with their leading-edge, award-winning solutions
With the end of the year fast approaching, industry leaders and experts contribute their predictions for 2020.
Mick Bradley, VP EMEA at Arcserve, looks at the changing shape of business continuity and disaster recovery in 2020
Kelly Goetsch, CPO at commercetools, predicts 6 eCommerce tech trends for 2020, including the race to attract talent and the shift away from legacy platforms
Kunal Agarwal, CEO and co-founder of Unravel Data, discusses the redefining of Hadoop’s role in the Spark and Kafka era of big data
The cloud may pose a number of questions but SaaS (Software as a Service) can provide an affordable, efficient solution tailored to a business.
New research suggests that a multi-cloud future will require new innovations in cloud security as organisations favour many providers, increasing the risk of sensitive data disclosures
AI requires data: lots of data. The way we store that data in future may change, as cloud and edge computing develops. What does the future for AI data storage?
As our appetite for consumer electronics grows, and the average lifespan of a device gets shorter, we face a mounting problem. China, no longer the world’s dumping ground, is attempting to tackle their e-waste problem head-on.
As human beings, we mentally separate digital from reality. The cloud has consequences though. Servers take up space. The internet has a carbon footprint.
VHS replaced Betamax. This was replaced by DVD. Then came Blu Ray, then digital. Nothing is static in technology: some believe cloud computing is endangered.
New technology poses questions over existing models. Just as cloud technology asked questions of our data, edge computing is now challenging cloud’s relevance.