It’s hard to imagine a time when Internet connectivity was such an important commodity in our everyday lives. In the pre-pandemic world we relied on it, but the act of national lockdowns, global travel restrictions and quarantine orders pushed us to lean ever more heavily on that connectivity.
By Ashley Stephenson, CTO, for Corero Network Security.
Cybersecurity continues to be a major challenge for companies, with as many as four in ten businesses (39%) reporting cyber security breaches or attacks in the last 12 months.
By Richard Slater, Head of Managed Services at Amido.
Zero trust security clearly offers the most efficient and cost-effective way to secure the everywhere workplace, which is the future of work.
By Nayaki Nayyar, Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer, Ivanti.
Every increment in understanding and collaboration around the stack, delivery, governance and empowerment is a positive step forward in realising DevSecOps and safer applications.
By Patrick Debois, Director of Market Strategy, Snyk.
The increase of ransomware attacks over recent years has cast a spotlight on the need for governments to adopt a risk-based approach to cybersecurity.
By Adam Vincent, Co-Founder and CEO at ThreatConnect.
As global economises digitalise at speed, our collective success depends on the trust of secure and reliable encryption systems, a dependence as vast as it is easy to under-estimate.
By Dr. Andrew Shields, Head of Quantum Technology at Toshiba Europe.
With hope on the horizon and a COVID-19 vaccination schedule in place, businesses are looking ahead and establishing plans to return employees to the office.
By Seb Matthews, Chief Strategy Officer of ProvisionPoint
Ken Hall, Data Center Solutions Architect at Commscope, provides some fascinating insights into the world of networks and connectivity, with wireless infrastructure, fueled in part by the advent of 5G, predicted to grow in importance as end users demand a secure, ‘seamless’ work experience, no matter where, when or how.
Craig Stewart, Chief Technology Officer at SnapLogic, provides some fascinating insights as to how a combination of data and AI and Machine Learning is already providing major benefits across all industry sectors, not least in helping organisations to address major sustainability challenges; and also in allowing many businesses to capitalise on the IoT opportunity. In summary, Craig believes that few, if any, companies can afford to ignore the advantages of increased data literacy.
Chair of the Data Centre Alliance’s Thermal Management Special Interest Group (SIG), Jon Summers, looks at some of the topics and technologies under scrutiny as the current sustainability focus turns up the heat on the data centre sector to improve its environmental performance. Liquid cooling, legacy data centres, the PUE metric, geography and climate, waste heat reuse and the role of AI are all covered during the discussion.
Jorn Wittendorp, Founder and CEO of Ydentic, explains how the company’s platform helps MSPs and their customers to optimise the management of workplaces, accounts, access rights and passwords from one, central location. The company is expanding from its Netherlands base, looking to develop partners in Germany, the UK and the Nordics.
Equinix has opened its first Co-Innovation Facility (CIF), located in its DC15 International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centre at the Equinix Ashburn Campus in the Washington, D.C. area. A component of Equinix’s Data Centre of the Future initiative, the CIF is a new capability that enables partners to work with Equinix on trialling and developing innovations. These innovations, such as identifying a path to clean hydrogen-enabled fuel cells or deploying more capable battery solutions, will be used to help define the future of sustainable digital infrastructure and services globally.