Month: December 2017

Multi-Cloud In The Context Of Market Verticals

As it is well-known, the cloud market is dominated by large cloud service suppliers (CSP) such as Amazon, Google, and Azure. Amazon Web Services is dominating the market with 47.1% of the Public Cloud Market Share. The smaller CSPs are increasingly having to diversify their offering and collaborating rather than competing with large and other small providers, for example to […]

How The Cloud Can Help Your Business Get Compliant With GDPR

The UK Brexit planning has started in earnest and companies and organizations are rightly looking at what leaving the European Union (EU) will mean to their operations and staff. However, amid wide-ranging business concerns is a new piece of legislation affecting personal data which could potentially have similar aftershocks — and that’s general data protection regulation (GDPR) which will apply […]

5 Ways To Protect Your Business From Being Hacked

The past couple of months have been a huge wake-up call for businesses in terms of their cybersecurity. With large enterprises such as Equifax being successfully attacked, costing the company billions, as well as their reputation as a reliable service to trust, there are no longer any doubts regarding the importance of protecting company-sensitive information. Protecting your business from cyber […]

Why You Should Consider Moving Unified Communications To The Cloud

In today’s evolving business landscape, executives are looking to technology to help transform their operations, enabling them to be more agile and efficient. To help achieve this, executives are increasingly incorporating cloud solutions into their business strategies to help them stay competitive. Whether it is virtualizing the data center, deploying new applications or extending network capacity, cloud solutions are becoming […]

AWS’s Kubernetes support is a step in the right direction

Kubernetes is open source technology originally built by a Google team that has received support from several enterprises, including Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM. This containers orchestration layer has many advantages, including the ability to process an application on any public cloud. This makes it easy for Kubernetes to migrate from one cloud vendor to another. At the AWS Re:Invent show […]