Meeting digital transformation head on is the best way for your organisation to prepare for what will be an uncertain and fast-changing future.
European employees are taking advantage of new technology and creating fresh workplace trends that must be understood by senior business executives.
Windows 7 and Windows 8 cannot last forever and a smart IT leader will help their business move to Microsoft Windows 10 as early as possible.
Businesses are increasingly relying on big data in a bid to evolve across departments and to drive long-term growth. As such, analysis trends are changing and we can expect the remainder of 2017 to deliver more interesting implementations of data, along with advancements in analysis tools and
When an IT department becomes fluent in unifying multiple data sources and dealing with a myriad of required updates, the natural progression is to upgrade to a database management system (DBMS). A DBMS is a group of programmes that allow users to store, develop and withdraw data from a database as
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) comprises a range of processes run by a vendor to enable an organisation to iterate and implement a disaster recovery plan.
Cyber-attacks ranged from web-app attacks to ransomware. Data breaches continue to come in waves. So what can we learn from the past 12 months?
Here are the four main considerations that will help IT managers weigh up the costs, benefits and potential drawbacks of consolidating the data centre in a way that minimises disruption.
Just as email and the internet sparked a communication revolution in the 1990s, so cloud technology is proving to turbo-charge business growth in the 21st century.