The gathering momentum of hybrid cloud
The cloud, in all of its forms, is making a lot of noise in the world of enterprise IT, but what would we find...
The future of hybrid cloud
Cloud computing has provided and will continue providing businesses the flexibility and efficiencies that they need to grow and meet the demands of all...
The four pillars of an Enterprise Data Cloud
Data has grown exponentially over the last 20 years and the potential for it to transform businesses is greater than it has ever been....
Hybrid-cloud: Getting the Best of Both Worlds
Having access to, and the ability to generate insights from, high-quality data is a game-changer for organisations. Not only are the majority of enterprises...
How to Overcome Hybrid IT’s Common Challenges
Recent times have seen almost every business become infatuated with the great allure of the cloud and its many benefits. As a result, we...
Taking Full Advantage of GPUs Available on Azure to Exploit 3D
The growth of cloud services has been extremely prominent over the last few years and will continue to see a significant increase over the...
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.