Living on the edge: The changing face of the data centre and public cloud

Due in part to the increased prevalence of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, it seems that more computing capacity is moving to the edge than ever before – and a lot of this is happening in the data centres that increasingly cloud-savvy organisations now rely upon. There are many drivers behind this change, including governance, security, regulation and IP protection.

Reducing latency

Moving datacentres closer to the edge can solve various issues, not least of which is latency. Looking into the near...

By Stuart Nielsen-Marsh, 31 August 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Centres, Hybrid, Infrastructure, Public.

Recovering from disaster: Develop, test, and assess

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Disaster recovery (DR) forms a critical part of a comprehensive business continuity plan and can often be the difference between the success and failure of an organisation. After all, disasters do happen — whether that’s a DDoS attack, data breach, network failure, human error, or by a natural event like a flood.

While the importance of having such a strategy is well recognised, how many organisations actually have the right plan in place? Not many, according to the 2014

By Stuart Nielsen-Marsh, 17 October 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Management, Disaster Recovery, Security.