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Still Not Using Cloud? It’s Time To Reconsider

Still Not Using Cloud? It’s Time To Reconsider

According to Forbes, in 2018, 77% of all enterprises were using the cloud for at least some of their applications or IT services. The reason for such a significant uptake is simple: the cloud provides companies with a range of substantial benefits, making them more agile, secure and cost-efficient while giving them access to the …

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5 Ways Cloud Computing Will Develop in 2018
An Introduction to Edge Computing for Enterprises

An Introduction to Edge Computing for Enterprises

The term ‘edge computing’ is essentially short for ‘edge of network computing’, it’s a process that enables Internet of Things (IoT) data to be analysed much quicker by processing it near to where it is created rather than transporting it long distances to a datacentre or a cloud. This increase in speed provides the almost …

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Is Cloud Machine Learning Right for Your Business?

Is Cloud Machine Learning Right for Your Business?

Today’s cloud machine learning platforms are making artificial intelligence (AI) much more affordable for businesses, however, before you invest in this exciting technology, you first need to have a thorough understanding of the challenges that come with it. In this post, we’ll take a look at cloud machine learning and the challenges that it brings …

8 Things to Consider Before Choosing an Enterprise Cloud Hosting Provider

8 Things to Consider Before Choosing an Enterprise Cloud Hosting Provider

Migration to enterprise cloud hosting is becoming increasingly popular with over 60% of larger companies now using it to carry out IT-related tasks. It’s ability to reduce costs by removing capital expenditure and through outsourcing IT management to the service provider has made it especially appealing. In addition, companies know their apps and data are secure, …

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The Internet of Things: Benefits and Challenges for Your Business

The Internet of Things: Benefits and Challenges for Your Business

Internet of Things (IoT) technology is increasingly being developed for a wide range of business uses. For example, Daimler uses the IoT to help cars stay at safe distances; Ericsson monitors ship location and cargo temperature; Virgin Atlantic collects in-flight component data; and Disney World uses its visitor wristbands to see which attractions are the …

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7 Security Tips for Public Cloud Hosting Customers

7 Security Tips for Public Cloud Hosting Customers

The public cloud offers a wide range of benefits to those organisations who use it. With reduced capital expenditure on hardware and in-house IT infrastructure, together with services such as SaaS, PaaS and IaaS, it offers unparalleled flexibility, improved ROI and enables IT teams to focus on more business-critical projects. However, from a security perspective, …

Disaster Recovery Best Practice for Businesses

Disaster Recovery Best Practice for Businesses

IT disasters have a variety of causes: hardware failure, human error, intrusion, infection and even natural disasters like floods and earthquakes. All businesses are at risk and there’s little we can do to predict when disaster will strike. As we’re so reliant on our systems, the only thing we can do is put in measures …

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Cloud Hosting or Dedicated Server – Which is Best For You

Cloud Hosting or Dedicated Server – Which is Best For You

Choosing the right hosting option can be an onerous task. Not only have you a range of hosting types to choose from but you’ve also got a plethora of different packages to pick from. To help you make a more informed decision, this post will examine the two types of hosting that most companies have …

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