We do a lot of work in the Public Sector, and the buzz phrase du jour is ‘digital transformation’. The Government Digital Service is pushing it, Central Government is encouraging it, and Local Government is digitising more and more citizen services daily.
Springboard: For organisations looking to move to consuming more public cloud services, but who may have already invested in complex onsite infrastructure; some of which seems too difficult to move.
We recently ran a series of GDPR events in partnership with Grant Thornton which proved popular in terms of attendees and ‘live-stream’ viewers. To make this briefing available to a much wider audience, it has been published YouTube.
There are still a lot of unknowns when it comes to Rule 41 – especially as government administrations change, new data protection rules across the world come into force (such as GDPR)
It’s a daunting prospect to move away from your current supplier – the technology landscape for enterprise IT has changed dramatically and the skills you need in-house today across AWS certified engineers to cloud architects are not yet readily available.
How to choose a GDPR compliant cloud service provider and the questions you should be asking
Cloud has brought with it more focus around data security. With organisations asking where their data is, to be sure of what will happen to information held in the event of law changes, Brexit, GDPR, Rule 41 ..
2017 begins the countdown to an unprecedented number of challenges that enterprises across the spectrum will need to face up to including Brexit implications, GDPR and Rule 41.
Press release: Carrenza supports rapidly evolving customer application and infrastructure demands with NetApp Solidfire
You only have to look at the latest high-profile data breaches in the press to recognise that banks’ IT teams will be putting secure data management at the top of their priority list.