Andrew Mellish, of Six Degrees Group Company Carrenza shares the challenges public sector organisations face when it comes to implementing cloud services
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
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Whenever people talk about what the future holds for the tech sector and businesses’ IT departments, a few technologies emerge again and again. Cloud computing is always high on the list of priorities, while increased mobility and social connectivity are also in professionals’ thoughts.
One concern that should be prominent in any IT manager’s thoughts at the moment is how they will react should their business come under attack from malicious hackers. This is something that’s been in the news a lot in recent months, with many companies having to own up to large-scale data breaches – of which the hack that compromised the details of 70 million Target customers in the US was the biggest.
If there were any doubts remaining about the importance of cloud computing to the tech industry, HP’s recent announcement it is to invest more than $1 billion into the area should dispel any remaining notions about this.
Everyone’s talking about building powerful omni-channel retail experiences. But making it a reality can be a challenge. There’s immediate and obvious business benefits to getting it right. With de Bijenkorf (a big luxury department store retail chain in the Netherlands who rely on our infrastructure) it was a 50% increase in site performance and an immediate uplift in sales. […]
Last month we hosted a retail dinner in Amsterdam with our partners Intershop, HP and Equinix. We had over 70 attendees on the day, mainly made up of ecommerce and IT decision makers, from the Dutch retail market. The event was designed to help retailers to clarify their e-commerce strategy and learn how de Bijenkorf are already benefiting from theirs. See below for a taste of went on (clicking on each gallery item opens it in full size in a new tab): […]