Wednesday, 19th February 2020
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Empowering the Channel to make a Success of Cloud

In the fast-paced world of the IT channel, choosing the right partner can make or break a business. By Stuart Day, Director of Channel, iland.

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Automating the cloud

Compared to the majority of Europe, Britain is racing ahead in its adoption of the cloud. Statistics published by Europa show that against a continental average of 26 per cent, 41 per cent of UK businesses used cloud technology last year. Annie Andrews, Head of Technology at Microsoft recruitment partner Curo Talent, explains why, to truly take advantage of the computing model, businesses should also invest in cloud automation.

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MSPs face an ultimatum: specialise, or risk dying off

2019 is going to be challenging for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Success will come down to brands knowing exactly who their customers really are, and meeting their ever-increasing customer experience expectations. In the hospitality and leisure sector, the travel market will be shaken up by customers looking for ‘transformational’ experiences, turning the industry from mass-market package holidays to specialist getaways and breaks. The key to surviving – and thriving – here will be custom...

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Now that you’ve put 20% in….don’t fear putting that extra 80% of your business in the cloud

Matt McCahill, Chief Services Officer, CSI explains how it’s now possible to take even the most complex legacy applications to the cloud.

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Hybrid Cloud – Offering the Best of Both

As all in the industry are aware, the rate at which cloud computing technology is being adopted has seen it firmly entrench itself as a vital platform for many organisations keen to develop innovative products and services. Analyst firm Gartner found that cloud computing ranks among the highest on its disruption scale, with these services set to continue to grow in popularity, acting as a necessary enabler for future disruptions. By Eltjo Hofstee, Managing Director Leaseweb UK Ltd.

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Why the public sector need to adopt a multi-cloud strategy

Public sector IT has always lagged behind the private sector. Tight budgets and complex requirements have resulted in many organisations still operating on legacy IT systems and old contracts. As such, outdated IT systems and vendor lock-in has made the public sector susceptible to IT breakdowns and cyber-attacks. Tackling this takes time, but there is already some momentum across the public sector to migrate applications to the cloud. By Neerav Shah, General Manager EMEA at SnapLogic.

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Security considerations for private Cloud

Cybersecurity today can feel complex, especially if you are moving to or managing cloud security. But it doesn’t have to be. Hear from Rackspace Principal Architect, Luke Huckaba, as he explains some of the major concerns around Private Cloud and Security, and how Rackspace is helping to solve these issues both internally and for customers.

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