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.
There has been a common narrative for years that says: ‘in order to understand and make use of our data we need to put it in one place, so that people can make use of it for their business processes.’ Some describe these as their “use cases”.
According to Gartner, over 50 percent of medium-to-large enterprises will adopt low or no-code platforms as part of their overall IT strategy by 2023. Low-code platforms are increasingly popular because they help organizations to deliver capabilities faster, reduce reliance and pressure on the workforce and are simpler to understand.
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.
Standout findings include that two fifths (41%) of students in England can currently code or are learning to, and almost a third (27%) can do so in more than one language.
The figures for learning to code across Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland were 38%, 32% and 25% respectively.
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.
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.
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.
In this article, Tom Newbald of refurbished mobile phone provider Swycha, says that IT decision-makers (ITDMs) don’t tend to prioritize or value sustainability when making IT purchasing decisions. He argues why you should care more, and how you can improve your IT department’s contribution to your company’s overall sustainability goals.
insightsoftware, a global provider of reporting, analytics, and performance management solutions, today announced the integration of its market-leading financial and business reporting solution, Jet Reports, with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Financial & Supply Chain Management (F&SCM).
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).
DigiCert, outlines its vision at the annual Security Summit to help customers manage trust across their digital footprint.
Tom Lawrence told a story of a time when he used to work in corporate at an organization that drove 92% of its revenue from Ford.
According to analyst Gartner, customers expect companies to accelerate digital initiatives due to COVID-19 and all industries are experiencing widespread digitisation. In turn, this is accelerating the adoption of thousands of new APIs.
The global leader in remanufactured IT, has launched a global IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) programme with sustainability at its core, helping ITAD thought leaders to provide an essential planet-friendly initiative to reduce e-waste.
Working life has changed as we know it. The pandemic has acted as a catalyst for businesses to adopt a hybrid working model. This has, however, allowed successful cyberattacks to increase as businesses adapt and transition to the new normal. Andrea Babbs, UK General Manager, VIPRE, emphasises the importance for businesses to have complete all-round security, relying on technology augmented by human intervention.
Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership wanted to find out how well it would stand up to a cyber-attack. So, it asked Gemserv Health to put together a scenario-based response exercise that started with some seriously bad news – but uncovered a lot of useful information.
Trust is the lifeline of your business irrespective of the industry you are in or the size of your business. You need to foster trust to build relationships both internally with your employees and stakeholders and externally with your investors and most importantly, with your customers. Here’s 6 effective ways IT departments can build trust among business partners
Cost, People and Process Concerns Exist, But the Benefits of Moving to the Cloud, Such as Easier and More Secure Data Access, Are Too Good for Most Enterprises to Pass Up
Gabe Nelson of CBT Nuggets looks at how IT training and certification opens the door to opportunity.