Whether it’s on-premise, public and private cloud, we are focused on making the cloud value proposition fit our clients’ needs. And we’ve partnered with some of the world’s biggest names to get it right.
Today’s data centres look vastly different to what they did ten, or even five years ago. And while the hardware present in this space continues to be nothing short of astounding, being able to software-define your data centre is where the future lies.
Abstracting software from its underlying hardware is a key factor in the ability to make better use of available resource, whether it’s in the server, storage or networking space, or more appropriately, the confluence of these areas.
People are the most important resources in any business. That is why they need easy, secure access to your organisation’s data, tools and systems from anywhere in order to carry on servicing your customers.
Information security has become a critical concern for digital businesses. No one is safe from cybercrime, yet many organisations continue to ignore or underestimate their vulnerability to attack.
It’s time to wake up to the fact that adopting an ‘it’ll never happen to me’ approach is tantamount to going skydiving without a parachute. Similarly, entrusting the task of cybersecurity to IT teams that lack the specialist skills and security certifications is just as risky.