Data Management

Why Business Leaders are turning to ‘Anything as a Service’ (XaaS)

The huge demand for hybrid working triggered millions of organisations to explore digital options to support remote working while ensuring security is not compromised. As a result, cloud computing has taken the business world by storm. However, despite this digital wake-up call, not enough organisations explore the wealth of options available through the cloud to …

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Small Chips, Big Problems – How Can Businesses Survive The Global Microchip Shortage?

Every electronic device needs a microchip, so when global demand outweighs supply, this poses a problem for consumers and businesses. The result is that many companies are experiencing significant delays in hardware shipments, which have a knock-on effect on how they support their workforce and deliver to their clients. Part of the problem was a …

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Back Up Strategies

Data back up has always been an important element of IT infrastructure however, with the ever-evolving business environment and the increased sophistication of cyber threats, traditional means of back up no longer meets the fluctuating demands of today’s business.  A company’s survival depends on the existence of its data and a comprehensive back up strategy …

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Managed Data Services

Managed Data Services includes the day-to-day management of enterprise data – aka what we call shared data. This includes exports, conversions, imports, consolidations, configurations, and security audits generally across departments and/or geographic areas. Managed Data services include: Managed Storage Managed Backups DBA Managed Database A number of clients we now work with professed to do …

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Data Storage. What type do I need?

Data may be your most valuable resource. It’s certainly not an endangered one. It pours into organizations from every conceivable source – operational and transactional systems; scanners, sensors and smart meters; inbound and outbound customer contact points; mobile media and the Web.

What’s Your Data Strategy?

More than ever, the ability to manage torrents of data is critical to a company’s success. But even with the emergence of data-management functions and chief data officers (CDOs), most companies remain badly behind the curve.

Data Management – Manage your data as a valuable resource

Data may be your most valuable resource. It’s certainly not an endangered one. It pours into organizations from every conceivable source – operational and transactional systems; scanners, sensors and smart meters; inbound and outbound customer contact points; mobile media and the Web.

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