With the unexpected change to remote working it has never been more important to ensure your organisation can maintain business continuity. It might be tempting to invest in the first software or service you see. Alternatively, looking at the different types of software might be overwhelming.
Odds are if you are serious about the cloud, you’re already using at least one of Microsoft Azure, AWS, HPE Helion, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud or somebodies cloud. There are benefits to each of the many cloud providers, however, it’s not only just good practice to have more than one, it’s also probably a necessity as each has its own unique features. Quite simply, not one vendor has the perfect answer to absolutely everything. If that were the case, there would be no competition!
Organisations are not limited to only a single cloud network providers solution option. Furthermore, they’re not merely able to access valuable cloud resources via the Internet. We advocate a combination of solutions to form a resilient, high-speed, high-availability, hybrid cloud network.
Cloud providers understand that you’ve made significant investment in your on-premise and data centre operations. They know that you’re probably not all that ready to rip everything out and move everything to the cloud. This is why there have been some major initiatives regarding optimising the way businesses connect privately into the public cloud.
Most of the population are adjusting to working from home. This may be new for many people and navigating this can be difficult. Tech may be the answer to effectively turn your home office into a productive space.
What is Zoom? How does it work? Is it safe? There have been suggestions that competitors Microsoft and Google are safer applications.
Riding a particular cloud vendor may be computing heaven – yet is there a case for being supplier agnostic? What’s your Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) strategy?
AWS and Azure have dominated the cloud computing market for years but are now facing a challenge from Google.
Cloud computing is quickly becoming the norm, but why is it so popular? The cloud holds many benefits over conventional IT solutions for businesses of all sizes and can be easily set-up with the right help.
In a world increasingly concerned with the planet, companies are constantly looking for ways to be “greener”. Paper straws and cycle-to-work schemes are increasingly common, but what can their IT departments be doing to reduce their carbon footprint?