Remoting even remoter?
What happens to cybersecurity when remote office workers become home workers, connecting to remote customers who are themselves working from home? VPNs are not...
2020 – the year of cloud
It is clear that cloud computing was one of the key innovations which defined the 2010s. The general adoption of the cloud was preceded...
Computing and data advances on the final frontier
Imagine a server being strapped to a rocket, blasted over 26,000 miles to geosynchronous orbit, and then living a life bombarded by solar flares...
Dell EMC Expands Server Capabilities for Software-Defined, Edge and High-Performance Computing
Industry-leading 14th generation PowerEdge servers, the bedrock of the modern data centre, adds AMD EPYC processor-based systems to its portfolio. UK, London – Feb. 6, 2018 Dell...
Atos revolutionizes enterprise AI with next generation servers
Paris, 9 November 2017 - Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, launches BullSequana S, its new range of ultra-scalable servers enabling businesses to...
Working out the real costs of server downtime
Server downtime should be a thing of the past, at least in theory. Cloud-based server clusters and falling costs of equipment mean that should a...
“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.
Cybersecurity stress: how to safeguard your organisation and avoid IT burnout
For organisations to improve their security, they must seek visibility of all the components that go into the software they use.
Improving industrial cyber defences in the cloud
t's an exciting period of change for the industry, as new technologies are woven into operations to streamline services and enhance the customer experience.