IP EXPO Europe 2014
In industries with some of the biggest data storage challenges many companies don’t refer to their data as ‘data’ anymore. Here are some tips for companies looking to enhance their storage.
People have become increasingly aware of data centres over the last few years, while public awareness of environmental issues has also increased, but how energy efficient is a green data centre?
In the build-up to Sir Tim Berners-Lee's keynote at IP EXPO 2014, leading IT experts gathered to slug it out over where the web might be in 2050.
In this article, Paul Kiveal of Cetus Solutions Limited, reminisces about the "good old days" of office work, then takes us into the altogether far more mobile future workspace.
Businesses are increasingly taking their IT operations into the cloud. The one thing that surprises some people to see in the cloud, however, is their telephony.
What are the major questions you should ask before putting your data in any cloud? How should the industry combat the concerns for enterprises? Here are nine points to consider.
Data breaches are becoming frequent and increasing in severity, meaning it's a case of when a business will suffer a data breach, not if, writes Graham Jones of Exclusive Networks.
In order to adapt security compliance to mobile, organisations must first understand the threats unique to mobile apps, content and devices, writes Mike Raggo of MobileIron.
Managed Security Services (MSS) first rose to fame at the beginning of the 21st century, but only in the last couple of years has MSS achieved the traction and attention it deserves as a service.
IT staff have a more positive view of the impact of the recession than many other industries, according to a new piece of research.