Storage: Getting the strategy right
Picking the right data storage strategy is not easy. Cloud computing has given business a lot of options, but there are still those who argue that storing data onsite is a good option. How does a business pick a storage strategy that stays within the budget, but also has any eye for its future needs? This storage roundtable discussed how to come up with and put in place a strategy that effectively deals with storage needs.
The Big Five: enterprise software trends to watch in 2018
From user experience to automation - a big shakeup is set to take place in the enterprise software space.
The evolution of the datacentre
Company executives have a lot of big decisions to make when it comes to their datacentres. There is compelling argument to do away with it all together and transfer all the data into some outsourced facility. But there are also reasons to keep the datacentre on-premise. This roundtable dives into the reasons for and against these moves.
Desktop virtualisation: why it's still relevant
When the concept of desktop virtualisation arrived a few years ago, it promised the world. Where previously, businesses had to manage specifics, like what applications were loaded onto each PC manually, virtualisation allowed them do so remotely via centralised control. Desktop virtualisation, in effect, enables organisations to give their employees the flexibility to work anywhere, on any devices, but without compromising security. Virtualisation also protects a business in the case of an unforeseen event. If bad weather, for instance, prevented its employees from coming to work, it could have them work from home.
The new worker: building the skills base for the future enterprise
Workers shouldn't see technology as a threat, but rather an asset to help them get their jobs done.