How to go from data blindness to informed value
Like snow blindness, many companies are data blind, meaning they are so overwhelmed by data that they can't see a way forward.
Data storage in the remote working world – what does it look like?
Remote working has caused an upset, and now unstructured data runs wild.
COVID is no longer an excuse, but what do we do next?
Inaction leads to marginalisation, says Jacques Malherbe, CTO at Axiz.
AI and the channel: Do you need it?
AI is a highly transformational technology. How can channel companies leverage it?
How to avoid the trap of cloud lock-in
Abstraction creates a software layer that connects different technology layers without making them dependent on each other.
Proactive maintenance is perfect for the services era
A straightforward fault in complex and integrated systems can result in serious damage to revenue and productivity.
What gaming can tell us about the future of business apps
Delivering advanced applications across a network instead of provisioning from a local machine is a revolution waiting to happen, says Colin Thornton, Turrito CFO.
After the digital rush: it's time for people to shine
The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation, but not people management, says Obsidian.
SaaS isn't simple, but managed services can change that
When SaaS integrates with a business environment, the requirements become more complicated.
Get off my cloud
The managed services approach to security can translate into increased value with lower costs, especially if a business has security products not used to full effect.
How ARC makes e-mail safe again
The Authenticated Received Chain protocol indicates that changes to an e-mail are authentic and vetted.