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Did you know your superyacht can be cyber-pirated?
A white-hat hacker at a recent super-yacht investor conference demonstrated how he took control of a super-yacht’s satellite communications system.
Digital Transformation / DX
Free the network: Four reasons to build your network with SD-WAN
Digital transformation is only as effective as the network that underpins it.
In pursuit of productivity: Top technologies SMBs are adopting
Technological development is changing expectations of SMBs and pushing them to find more ways to be more productive.
Five steps to build a business case for enterprise mobility
I believe poorly planned data and application integration can increase the risk of security breaches.
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Who’s ready for augmented intelligence? The AI investment gap
The AI Investment Gap – a discrepancy between C-Level executives who understand AI and those who have yet to deploy it into their business.
Internet of Things
Equinix: Alibaba scales-up global cloud and digital services
The company that started out as a B2B portal now touches almost every aspect of the internet and eCommerce sectors.
Rackspace presents five ways to reduce your ransomware risk
It’s far too easy to be distracted by the drama of hard-drive encryption and demands for payment.
CyberHawk: Your protection against a new generation of hackers
The odds that your organisation’s security will be compromised are very high. So why not protect yours with the eyes of a hawk?
Arbor Networks digs deep into the Lazarus Group's DDoS attacks
It is not clear whether the IPs listed in the report were part of a command and control infrastructure or simply bots - or both.
Commvault: Make your data work for you - it’s the heartbeat of business
Having a better understanding of what data is available and where it is, means organisations can empower their staff to make better decisions.
7 tech trends that define next-generation data center monitoring
Automated monitoring has moved front and center as too few human resources are available to manage the large quantities of information coming in.
Data Centre Cooling
Redefining efficiencies for downsized, on-premise enterprise data centers
The industry is undergoing a third transformational phase: a retrenchment, and even a renewed growth, of enterprise on-premise data centers.
Security training – a vital first step, but not a solution
Educating employees to protect themselves against phishing and credential theft is necessary, but is it sufficient?
Six practical steps you can take to avoid being hit by another WannaCry
You don’t hand the keys to the car, the liquor cabinet & the gun rack to a 16 year old. If all users have blanket local admin access it's just as bad.
Schneider Electric: Challenges and trends in colocation
Telco facilities typically have an ideal location, possess digital technology with connectivity in place and own central offices with available space.
Botnets are being overshadowed by ransomware - in the media, at least
Botnets not only harm the owners of infected computers, but others too – they can send out spam, distributing a range of scams or even ransomware.
E3 2017: Keeping gamers and games connected for the win
Achieving the ultimate interconnection between gamers and games with a high-quality user experience is what powers the $108.9 billion gaming market.
HPE’s next frontier: Space travel & memory-driven computing
By 2020, our digital universe will contain nearly as many bits of data as there are stars in the universe, with at least 20 billion mobile devices.
Internet of Things
HPE: Jamshedpur, India - From steel city to smart city
Tata Communications, a provider of telecommunications solutions and services, has 44 data centers located around the world, including India.
Internet of Things
Takeaways of a data center guy after Cloud Computing wins the Preakness
Yes, in case you didn’t catch it, a horse named Cloud Computing won the 142ndPreakness Stakes this year.
Disrupt or be disrupted - Gartner
Companies need to exploit vertical market expertise and technology talent for success.
Microsoft helps Canberra Uni strengthen relationships with students
So we needed a system that was intelligent enough to know that if a student asks ‘where’s my exam held?’
Polycom case study: How remote working helped me adopt a lifestyle change
Often when I tell others I work from home, they ask me how I stay motivated or not end up in front of the TV (or fridge) all day.
Gender inequality: Narrowing the gender gap through flexible working
Women, during their child bearing years (25-44) earn up to 40% less than men in the same age group, regardless of whether they have children or not.