Data must be encrypted and backed up properly in multiple locations to ensure its security.
Hospitals are vulnerable to the same cyber threats as businesses and must take action to protect themselves.
Network transformation is required to make way for the large amounts of data that will be transferred over 5G.
Organisations in the financial services industry should invest in data acceleration solutions to help them stay ahead of their competitors.
The key to creating the future data centre is for vendors to offer you as a customer what they really need today for tomorrow’s future.
Find a balance between what you already have and can still use new technologies that make it possible to reduce your expenditure while increasing network, data analytics and storage performance.
There is an overarching fear that Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning are going to take over people’s jobs, but there is a counter argument that their main purpose is to support humans as enabling technologies.
You don’t necessarily have to go out to buy new network, storage and IT infrastructure generally to achieve compliance with GDPR.
Now there is Edge Computing, which some people are also calling Fog Computing and which some industry commentators feel is going to replace the Cloud as an entity.
Organisations are so quick to adopt new technologies that they often overlook the value legacy devices have to offer.
Defending an organisation from a ransomware attack, and other kinds of cyber-attack, should be the first priority in an era where data has become the oil.
Some banks are increasingly on the same page with the public cloud, but they still need to work on securing their data.