New Partner Programme Offers Local Partner the Ability to Upscale Offering To Clients With New Partner Status Aptronics a leading local ICT solutions and services provider, today announced that it has achieved VMware Principal Partner Status. The Principal Partner status was recently announced by VMware within its newly launched VMware […]
Traditionally, enterprise IT infrastructures were designed around Storage Area Networks (SAN) and Network-attached storage (NAS) on dedicated networking equipment, using separate, dedicated Ethernet switches and large scale-up compute systems to provide network connectivity. These systems were difficult to manage and required an onsite specialist to oversee the systems.
Any organisation that wishes to embrace mobility must be underpinned by a reliable, robust and secure network infrastructure, and in this day and age, any company without a mobile strategy in place – both internally and externally – runs the risk of falling behind competitors.
For years, Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) has been the next big thing in data centres. Promising to get rid of the inefficient, low performance, and extremely expensive legacy SAN infrastructure most companies employ, HCI leverages the CPU and memory resources within a cluster of servers to turn it into a collective storage pool that a business can access, replacing traditional infrastructure with an efficient, high performance, pay as you grow storage and virtualisation set-up.
To say that cybercrime is on the rise is a massive understatement. A University of Maryland study found that hackers are attacking computers and networks at a “near-constant rate”, with an average of one attack every 39 seconds. Another study, commissioned by Bromium and presented by Dr Michael McGuire at RSA, has found that the cybercrime economy has grown to $1.5 trillion dollars annually
vSphere Optimization Assessment (VOA), powered by vRealize Operations, provides 360-degree visibility into capacity, performance and configuration across multi-cloud environments through predictive analytics and unified single console.
If your business is focused on delivering your ideas, products and services better and more quickly than your competitors, chances are that it’s using software in some way to achieve this. That means that IT is at the heart of your business, and not hidden away in the basement somewhere, only called on when something goes wrong.
Every business is vulnerable to cyber crime attacks, regardless of size or industry, but the financial services industry (where cyber crime costs more than any other, according to a Ponemon Institute report) is more attuned than most to the threats of digital crime. Regardless of your business sector, your enterprise […]
Cyber crime is big business that damages your business, with more than 720 million attacks occurring worldwide every 24 hours, according to Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
It may surprise you, but the Internet of Things, or IoT, as it’s more commonly referred to, has been around for a number of years already.