Five cloud pitfalls that create data management problems
Migrating to the cloud is now a key IT strategy, often used to enable digital transformation, for almost every organisation. No matter how big...
Main Problems With Telemedicine In Developing Countries
Telemedicine is a huge resource for developing countries where there are massive infrastructure and accessibility constraints. Frequently, telemedicine makes for the only viable way...
How to avoid tech paralysis
As a business, it’s important not to become set in your ways. If things are going well or you’re unable to identify which technologies...
Raising talent attraction and retention with IT investment
To be at the centre of talent attraction and retention, businesses should make use of workplace technology that enables them to integrate collaborative, secure and sustainable measures into their operations.
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.