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Information Age Magazine January 2017

The business of diversity We’re now several years into Information Age’s campaign to achieve diversity in the technology sector, and we dedicate this issue entirely to the subject. Having a diverse technology workforce is imperative – and it might not be for the...

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Information Age Magazine Nov/Dec 2016

The cover of this month’s issue of Information Age is Disruption awaits: The enterprise technologies and trends that will drive disruption, transform businesses and define innovation in 2017. Gas and energy infrastructure distributor SGN is transforming its business...

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What you need to know about ransomware

With cybercriminals making millions – if not billions – of dollars from ransom demands, ransomware is unanimously identified as one of the biggest threats businesses face today. Ironically, the main estimated cost is not the ransom amount but the business downtime it...

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SecOps Solutions

We know significant threats from hackers are a 24x7x365 reality. We know the consequences of vulnerabilities left unremediated. It is critical to move from a defensive approach to security to a well coordinated offensive plan for secure operations. Poor or absent IT...

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Why Move Backup and Disaster Recovery To The Cloud

Traditionally, businesses have cobbled together multiple software solutions to address disaster recovery (DR), backup and archival as part of a larger data protection practice. Today, the public cloud’s reliability, security, and scalability offers the...

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NAS vs. Object: which is best for your data center

Can Legacy NAS keep pace? When it comes to managing unstructured data, the data center has problems. The legacy network attached storage (NAS) systems that it uses to store this data are no longer keeping pace with the demands of the modern data center. As a result,...

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The game plan for closing the SECOPS gap

Security and operations collaboration drives faster response, stronger security and improved compliance. Hackers and state-sponsored cyber armies aren’t the only security threats large enterprises face today. Some of the biggest risks come from outdated and poorly...

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7 Ways It Pays To Move Backup To The Cloud

Whether your enterprise is on a journey of cloud transformation or you simply need to do more with less, moving backup to the cloud offers unprecedented cost savings. These 7 points will show you and your CIO and CFO how to dramatically reduce the overall storage...

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Ransomware Preparedness & Recovery

This IT guide provides actionable steps to reduce the impact of ransomware or other malware attacks. By quickly restoring data from time-indexed copies, organizations will be far less vulnerable to costly and debilitating ransom demands. ...

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Preparing for Private Cloud and Hybrid IT

Organisations are increasingly moving to private or hybrid cloud architectures. They are following the lead of cutting-edge Web companies that have built next-generation, scale-out infrastructures that are inherently different from traditional datacenters. It's...

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Information Age magazine: October 2016

The cover star of this month’s issue of Information Age is Rolls-Royce CIO John Gibbs. Rolls-Royce is one of the world’s largest makers of aircraft engines, and has led the industry for the best part of a century. But the company’s vision for world-class engineering...

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10 Pillars to building a winning mobile strategy

Mobility is increasingly blurring the lines of physical and digital interactions in our lives as consumers, employees, and as citizens. The challenges of being mobile extend far beyond the device and into an evolving digital world that is reshaping how we engage with...

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How to prepare your data for GDPR

The GDPR sets strict limits on businesses that collect, use, and share data from European citizens. Companies-- EU-based or otherwise--face new requirements that compel them to rethink their approaches to customer privacy and implement new protections. This paper...

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Information Age Magazine September 2016

Digital continues to be a significant theme for Information Age – and, indeed, businesses of all shapes and sizes – as we explore it from numerous different angles in this issue. There is, perhaps, no more visible example of digital’s transformational powers than the...

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The Business Value of an Enterprise Data Hub

Today, the introduction of an enterprise data hub at the core of your information architecture promotes the centralization of all data, in all formats, available to all business users, with full fidelity and security at up to 99% lower capital expenditure per terabyte...

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5-Step Guide For GDPR Compliance

At its core, the GDPR is about the rules companies must follow to ensure they are protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in good faith. If a business breaches that faith, then they have to pay stiff fines and penalties. This is especially worrisome in an...

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