Technology -> Infrastructure
Datacentres as a commodity
For those working in the fast moving world of cloud computing it is easy to take the view that the choice of data centre is irrelevant; that although it is an essential piece of the jigsaw, one data centre is just the same as another.
Nick Razey, Co-founder and CEO, Next Generation Data | 15th August 2014
More than just an IT shift, cloud fuels the new engine of business innovation, says Oxford Economics
It's become clear that the impacts and implications of cloud commerce are much broader and much more of a benefit to the business as a whole as an innovation engine, even across whole industries.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 31st July 2014
HP network management heightens performance while reducing total costs for Nordic telco TDC
TDC in Stockholm found ways to better determine root causes to any network disruption, and conduct deep inspection of the traffic to best manage their service-level agreements.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 15th July 2014
Is remote working the future?
Many businesses have a rapidly expanding workforce, but an office that stays the same size as it ever was. This isn't a case of forcing employees to share desks or building workspaces in the corridors, it's simply that more businesses...
Nicola Brookes, NewVoiceMedia | 2nd July 2014
The Need for Speed
Data boom pressures operators to speed up deployment of new data centres - increased focus on turnkey prefabricated solutions
Peter Karaszi | 1st July 2014
Social engagement and 'one agenda'
Customer engagement over social channels can cover any and every topic under the sun. This is either a nuisance to the organisational designer who likes to organise customer engagement by queue and category or a welcomed benefit given ...
Martin-Hill Wilson, NewVoiceMedia | 30th June 2014
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