In the current economic climate, organizations are seeking to accelerate revenue, re-imagine customer experiences, improve operational efficiencies and speed up innovation. Ticking every one of these boxes is the proverbial golden ticket that can translate digital investment into tangible business value. But the reality is that each step requires focused investment into the right technology, and a deep understanding of the data-driven economy. Read the Expert Blog by Xavier Poisson Gouyou Beauchamps.
The COVID-19 outbreak has speeded up the growth of Internet traffic. The number of websites is rising rapidly, therefore the shared web hosting companies are doing a roaring trade. But unfortunately, these are not the only numbers that are growing. Cyberattacks are also on the rise, and no business is safe nowadays. By now, cybercrime is one of the most frequently reported economic crimes in organizations, making cybersecurity a C-suite and board-level concern. Read the Expert Blog by George Egri, the co-founder, and CEO of BitNinja.
How can you know how well you are doing over time without good data? And how can you continue to meet reliability objectives? With the continued adoption of cloud-native technologies, the topic of observability has become central to discussions about how best to drive performance in these complex, dynamic environments. Read the Expert Blog by Iain Chidgey, VP EMEA at Sumo Logic.
The advent of cloud technologies has made it possible for companies across industries to find a good balance when reducing the costs of keeping data, while at the same time ensuring top security of their sensitive information.
Public cloud adoption continues to accelerate. Enterprises are increasingly using multiple cloud services to make full use of the benefit that each cloud provider offers. With more enterprises embracing this multi-cloud model, they need to understand how to connect their clouds and manage them to unleash their full potential. Read the Expert Blog by Michel Robert, CEO of Epsilon.
Considering over a billion websites have been launched since the inception of the World Wide Web, you’d think the launch of a poor website would be a rare thing by now. Think again. Read the Expert Blog by Rodney Laws, ecommerce expert.
In addition to security at the information technology level, many IT managers underestimate the physical hazards that can paralyze the technical infrastructure in server and equipment rooms. These include, for example, smoldering fires from faulty insulation that can lead to a fire, water intrusion, excessive temperature and humidity, or unauthorized access to non-public areas. Read the Expert Blog by Thomas Fritz, CEO of Kentix.
In recent years, telecom companies launching value-added services took somewhat a center stage be it selling music or personalized caller tones, cloud services, or turning themselves into digital solutions and managed service providers. Many of them globally monetized their customer base and launched a full-fledged ICT business. Read the Expert Blog by Ajay Gupta, Jamtracker.
In 2020, cloud services came to the rescue of many organizations. Businesses, educational institutions, non-profits and government departments were all compelled to rapidly adopt services that enabled remote working, collaboration and communication. It was a grand experiment forced on us by circumstances – and it worked, changing how we do business for the foreseeable future.
The DLP systems market, as the industry veterans remember it, looked quite different from what it is today. Initially, DLP (Data Loss Prevention) systems were cumbersome and provided modest capabilities. The planning and implementation processes could take about six months. Today, these systems have changed. Read the Expert Blog by David Balaban.
As costs of managing and maintaining in-house data centers rise, enterprises are reconsidering their infrastructure and attempting to minimize on-premises data center space. Colocation data center providers are becoming a more attractive and cost-effective solution, offering physical locations as well as power, cooling, network, and security services for their customers. According to 451 Research, nearly half of all enterprises plan on increasing their use of colocation services over the next two years. Read the Expert blog by Herman Chan.