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Cohesity’s Ezat Dayeh outlines his recipe for a successful digital strategy in 2021
It would have been impossible to pull off a coordinated, verifiable, safe vaccine delivery without modern tech tools in use and the application of advanced technologies.
Docker enables an easier path to the cloud, with minimal disruption and maximum productivity, writes Jon Lucas, co-director of Hyve Managed Hosting.
Calculating cybersecurity ROI helps CISOs determine the value of an offering for their unique security environment. Here are four ways security leaders can crunch the numbers.
A cohesive cloud regulation strategy is necessary to avoid regulatory conflict, safeguard sensitive data, and protect consumers, writes Nicole Capella
As Facebook faces allegations of illegally monopolising social media, other tech giants are forming a new alliance. But how is the Modern Computing Alliance, and other groups like it, different from monopolising technology to shut out smaller companies?
A legacy system overhaul is not for the faint of heart. You must carefully consider whether your organisation is ready to take on transformational change or if an incremental change– such as customisation or a new integration to your existing platform – is enough for now. But if incremental change is just going to help you survive another day, it can make the necessary change you really need much more painful later on.
In order to stay competitive in today’s market, IT leaders must focus on business outcomes for their employees, customers, partners, and suppliers, and work backwards on planning and execution from there.
No business is invulnerable. All are exposed to the same environmental and man-made risk factors. The key is being able to mitigate against those risks as much as possible, putting steps in place to ensure business continuity as – and when – disasters occur. That’s where disaster recovery comes in, and as cyberthreats and natural disasters continue to grow in scope and severity, DRaaS is going to play a key role in ensuring businesses can operate safely, securely and with full confidence.
It is often overlooked just how fundamental compliance offers are as ultimately, they can make or break the success of open source adoption. A change in skills and culture, to prioritise compliance and security, whilst simultaneously allowing developers to run with the innovation involved, will be key to the growth of the industry.
COVID-19’s challenges act as a catalyst for what is already required and will be even more required in the future: closer cooperation between developers and ops managers.
Online gaming is a more global activity than ever before. New game releases are causing serious hype among gamers, and there is a need to deliver content simultaneously across many geographies, which can differ in their delivery infrastructures and local content requirements.