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SD-WAN – A new paradigm for the 5G era
After years of hype and market talk, 5G looks set to arrive on Singapore’s shores within the next year or so.
The rise of Flash-to-Flash-to-Cloud backup
"Business leaders must strategically align their data storage practices with the role they want data to play in the wider organisation."
App chat – it’s time to talk to employees about workplace tools and apps
One minute the workforce has a structured list of approved business applications and then the next minute, there are 30 different unknown products and tools being used.
How Agile will expose your decision-making effectiveness
A key goal for many organisations that go down the Agile path is to move faster.
The journey towards becoming an AI-driven enterprise
"An important aspect of integrating an AI-driven approach across your organisation is to encourage all your employees to identify the challenges in the business that could be tackled by AI."
CrowdStrike: Best practices for mobile device security
The workforce is more reliant than ever on business-critical applications, which can access confidential information from multiple devices at any time and anywhere.
Infrastructure as important as ever with edge computing and hybrid cloud
Organisations and IT partners could be forgiven for thinking their own physical infrastructure doesn’t matter anymore.
Look before you leap: Making a name for yourself as a tech startup
For tech startups, the necessity of brand protection is too often thrown in the ‘too hard’ or ‘too expensive’ basket or simply overlooked.
Why AI will be procurement’s greatest ally
"AI can help identify emerging suppliers, technologies and products in specific categories."
Five key ways an IT professional can keep their body and mind healthy
Sitting in the same place facing an artificially lit screen for 6-8 hours a day can have a negative impact on your overall health if you don’t offset it with diet and exercise.
Connectivity in an age where the application is king
If you want to turn your organisation into a digital enterprise, you need to transform the edge, because that's where all the applications are delivered closest to the user.
Managing data to comply with privacy regulations - Micro Focus
It’s crucial for organisations to be able to access, understand, and accurately classify the data they have so they know how to treat it.
Hackbusters! Reviewing 90 days of cybersecurity incident response cases
While there are occasionally very advanced new threats, these are massively outnumbered by common-or-garden email fraud, ransomware attacks and well-worn old exploits.
The impact of bringing biometrics to the door
"Despite the benefits of biometrics, there have been impediments to its broader enterprise adoption."
Exploring the different needs for cloud services across Europe
Although digital transformation is happening across Europe, each country continues to have its own IT needs and the different cloud markets highlight this.
Why flash should be considered the storage king
Not only is flash storage being used for recovery, it has found a role in R&D environments and in the cloud with big players including AWS, Azure and Google opting for block flash storage options.
You only get one chance to make a first impression
Regardless of where you come from one thing is for certain, businesses only get one chance to make a first impression.
How digitisation delivers speed to Porsche service documents
With its Service Department drowning in paperwork, Giltrap Porsche looked to Fuji Xerox New Zealand and its DocuShare Flex cloud document management solution for digital answers.
Voter vulnerabilities: Cybersecurity risks impact national elections
The outcome of elections have an enormous impact on the political and cultural landscape of any democratic society.
Why CTOs need to stop being overly-apologetic about Agile
"Australia has more than its share of companies on organisation-wide Agile transformation journeys."
Forget endpoints—it’s time to secure people instead
Security used to be much simpler: employees would log in to their PC at the beginning of the working day and log off at the end. That PC wasn’t going anywhere, as it was way too heavy to lug around.
Opinion: 3 ways cloud & colocation providers can use renewables
Schneider Electric’s John Powers discusses the renewable revolution that is underway and how providers can jump on board.
Hackers increasingly ‘island hopping’ – so what does it mean?
Carbon Black's Rick McElroy discusses this new trend and what it means for the new age of cybercrime.
Trust without visibility is blind – Avi Networks
Enterprises are wanting to gain the trust of their customers, but are often found blindly defending themselves.