Oracle wants to say goodbye to shared responsibility by ramping up autonomous next-gen cloud approach

The concept of shared responsibility in cloud computing is one which continues to be, if not so much a rancour, an ongoing concern. In February, for instance, research from Check Point Software found that, for more than a quarter of respondents, cloud security was the provider’s responsibility.

By James Bourne, 17 September 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Data & Analytics, Infrastructure, Security, Software.

Four ways to migrate to the cloud without missing a beat: A guide

It wasn’t too long ago that the enterprise IT industry considered the cloud an outlier. Companies knew the cloud was a readily available option, but they chose to use it sparingly. Now, however, cloud technology is the first and only option many companies consider.

Time has shown that the cloud's advantages aren’t overstated. It offers the flexibility and scalability necessary to...

By Colum Donahue, 16 September 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Data & Analytics, Infrastructure, Migration.

Putting data security at the heart of digital transformation – from culture to code

In the new digital economy, data is the most valuable asset a company possesses. However, according to a recent survey by IDC, the spending ceiling for data security is as low as six per cent of the total security budget. Understandably, many information security professionals are feeling the pinch – and increasingly burning out and leaving the industry

By Mark Pidgeon, 03 September 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Best Practice, Data & Analytics, Data Management, DevOps, Security.

How Abbots Care gained greater assurances around data security with a revamped DR and backup strategy

Case study All data is equal, but for some industries, data is more equal than others. As a result, great care needs to be taken when it comes to keeping that data secure, whether in the cloud or anywhere else.

Healthcare, across its various channels, is a classic example. Some healthcare organisations are moving with less trepidation towards the cloud. In February, for instance,

By James Bourne, 30 August 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Case Studies, Data & Analytics, Data Management, Security, Software.

Why adaptability is critical to meet future data centre demands

The next wave of technology innovation is already here with new applications transforming the way we live, work and travel. With the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), cloud-based services, 4K videos and 5G networks, data centre operators must provide more data capacity and higher computing power if they hope to keep up with the unprecedented demands.

The sheer scale and scope of the gap...

By Andreas Sila, 30 August 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Centres, Data Management, Infrastructure.

DigiPlex's data centre guide focuses on sustainability as key to digital transformation

Nordic data centre and colocation provider DigiPlex has launched a guide designed to help businesses solidify their data centre strategies - and avoid making long-term mistakes.

The guide was put together to address gaps in knowledge which DigiPlex argues could significantly impact data centre decision making, with ramifications for the wider business.

Naturally, one of the key topic areas is around alternatives to running on-premises data centres and the skills and experience required, whether it is through...

By James Bourne, 22 August 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Centres, Infrastructure.

Adding cloud to your analytics ecosystem: A guide

It’s a common question: what should a business executive consider when determining the best approach for adding cloud to an analytic ecosystem?

We at Teradata have thought a lot about this topic because our customers have substantial environments with significant amounts of data, many dozens or hundreds of applications, and thousands of users all over the world.

Planning for such...

By Brian Wood, 20 August 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Best Practice, Data & Analytics, Software, Vendors.