Data Protection

Fighting the Ransomware That Seeks Out Your Data

When 30 countries get together to discuss a problem,...

On-premise vs. Cloud: The Implications On Data Security

When a business is considering which Cloud infrastructure is...

The New Ransomware Reality

As the headlines showed this year, the pandemic has...

The Distinction: Data Privacy versus Protection

Data trespasses are a source of problems for both...

Data Protection Day – Don’t cloud your security judgement

The inauguration of Data Protection Day in 2007 signified...

Top 5 trends that will shape data management and protection in 2021

How we live and work changed dramatically in 2020. As a result, the way many of us manage and protect data in 2021 will...

The changing weather of cloud infrastructure

The pandemic has highlighted how integral technology is to help us work, shop and interact with each other. As more of our critical infrastructure...

Has your organisation locked the stable door?

It seems like hardly a day goes past without news of another major data breach or cyber attack. In fact, recent research from DLA...

Harnessing the business cloud

In recent years, there has been a major shift in data centre strategies. Indeed, enterprise IT organisations are shifting applications and workloads to the...

Emerging Paradigms in Endpoint Protection Platforms

Over the years, cybersecurity solution investments have witnessed colossal upsurge. Rampant ransomware attacks, online frauds and malware have prompted entities to beef up existing...

10 Practical Tips for Keeping Your Business’ Data Secure

Whether it’s occurring at a huge corporation or the newest start-up on the block, web threats and data theft can cause massive disruptions to...

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The future of cloud and edge optimisation

As more enterprises use multi-cloud and hybrid infrastructures, the danger of cost overruns and loss of control increases.

Here is how to stage a public cloud migration

As the relationships between CSPs and cloud providers are deepening, CSPs need to develop a clear strategy on how they add value to customer relationships.

The future of work is collaborative

As hybrid work models continue to gain traction, businesses will need to start implementing collaborative tools and processes to meet the needs and expectations of the upcoming workforce, seamlessly integrating them into existing workflows to enhance productivity and performance. Innovations in technology, including AI and machine learning, mean that organisations are in a better position than ever to shape the collaborative future of work – and with the right support in place, they can ensure that these digital tools continue to bring out the best in their workforce for years to come.

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According to a study conducted by OwlLabs, approximately 69% of survey respondents worked remotely during the pandemic or are now working from home since.

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