Cloud computing can drive a step-change in business, particularly in the back office
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It is not long until Windows Server 2003 reaches the end of its life and SMB's need to be addressing this IT dilemma before it's too late.
Lynn LeBlanc, CEO and founder of HotLink Corporation, offers her advice on why a cloud-based implementation might make for a better fit.
Fast-moving IT trends can sometimes leave IT managers worried that they lack the proper tools to stay abreast of every technology development.
More than 72 per cent of European businesses face a tech deficit which means that there is a gap between what they need to achieve and what their infrastructure can support.
Single sign-in using the cloud offers public sector organisations the ability to build cost effective secure portals to enable citizens to access a range of services.
The growing volume of businesses data is growing and is going to continue causing problems if businesses refuse to address data appetites.
As cloud computing becomes more and more a part of our professional and personal lives, we are starting to wonder how safe it is.
SMEs are sitting on a a goldmine of data which they can convert into something useful with data analytics.
Travis Nisbett, Senior Product Manager at Hostway Services, helps your business prepare for a cloud migration.