Network technologies under the microscope
Organizations must be clear they will still have to meet the legal requirements of The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into force in 2018. GDPR will be the broadest legislation yet in governing the security and management of both customer and staff personal data.
, October 17, 2016
IT infrastructure is an enterprise's lifeblood. However, you would be surprised how many enterprises ignore planning for ‘last date of support’ (LDoS) on systems and devices – leaving networks open to security vulnerabilities, crashes, and serious meltdowns.
, October 7, 2016
Video conferencing is on a path to re-invention. No longer limited to dedicated conference room systems, visual collaboration is finding its way onto desktops, phones and tablets, playing an important role in the day to day collaboration between distant workers.
, October 6, 2016
Moore’s Law has held true for nearly half a century. The axiom that the number of transistors per square inch on integrated circuits doubles every two years is being challenged by venture capitalists Ben Horowitz and Marc Andreessen argue that what is more salient is falling prices.
, September 22, 2016
The trend for software-as-a-service applications is increasing enterprise use of the internet. The big challenge for IT departments is how to ensure high and consistent levels of end-user experience, while ensuring security.
, September 2, 2016
The digital transformation of agriculture will impact billions of people, impacting every part of the production and distribution of food supply. With roughly 33% of global food production for human consumption lost or wasted every year, and global food demand set to increase by 35 percent by 2030.
, August 8, 2016
The scope and volume of cyber threats is undoubtedly on the increase as we hear of new attacks emerging on an almost daily basis – and it is only going to become a bigger problem the more connected we get.
, July 19, 2016
Apple’s iPad may not have been the world’s first tablet computer, but with its multi-touch interface and elegant UI, it was certainly the best. The release of the product stimulated huge interest among senior executives eager to find a portable solution to carry between meetings.
, July 12, 2016
The United Nations in 2011 declared broadband Internet to be a basic human right, but is it? Fast forward to 2015 and US President Obama appeared to agree when he said: “Today, high speed broadband is not a luxury, it’s a necessity.”
, June 29, 2016
Many contact centers have evolved significantly over the past decade, driven in large part by improvements in residential broadband and the migration of specialist contact center software to the cloud. This has allowed more and more contact centers to use virtual agents.
, May 26, 2016