Will On-prem Databases Survive?
As companies of all sizes modernise their applications and systems, they are increasingly turning to the cloud as a means of enabling faster innovation...
Oracle Database in the Cloud: Azure vs AWS vs Oracle
Oracle databases offer multi-modal database management, which you can deploy on-premise or in the cloud. For cloud deployments, Oracle offers the use of its...
Database management: Overcoming the duct tape and bubblegum challenge
Companies need their data to work for them and support their business, but many struggle to get their database environments right. Existing approaches to...
The Telecoms Graph Database Promise
Telecoms is highly multi-faceted business, with carriers, telecom equipment vendors and service providers all striving to constantly innovate and offer different competitive solutions to...
The Dangers of Centralised Databases in the Digital Age
Data breaches are nothing new, but those occurring over the past few years have certainly pushed the discussion into the mainstream – a string...
Five tips for adopting Business Intelligence (BI)
Recent research conducted by sales-i revealed that 9 out of 10 B2B companies see Business Intelligence – along with other data-driven technologies – as...
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How NIST started the countdown on the long journey to quantum safety
Leading the charge to develop a post-quantum cryptographic standard for organisations is the US government’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Overcoming economic uncertainty with cloud flexibility
Particularly for companies that jumped into the cloud headfirst, taking the time to optimise existing processes is a remarkable way to reduce infrastructure costs and free up OPEX for delivering business value.
“The need for speed” – Finding a way to unlock agility for today’s businesses
To fully support agility, the solutions chosen will need to enshrine all the latest innovations in areas like artificial intelligence, machine learning or prescriptive analytics.
Preventing data sovereignty from confusing your data strategy
The reason why sovereignty is so important, is that it enables organisations to be innovative with their data and deliver new digital services. Historically, there has been a distinct lack of trust in the cloud, leading to a lack of innovation.
Edge and cloud joining forces
For a decade-and-a-half now, centralised cloud computing has been considered the standard IT delivery platform and little is set to change on that front.