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Your mobile management in our hands

Posted by Paul Storey | 27 Aug 2015, 15:58 PM

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The increase in popularity of BYOD has brought with it a new set of challenges for businesses concerning the management of mobile fleets. In his latest blog, Paul Storey, Head of Telephony, explains how Redcentric's recently launched mobile management service can make the process of maintaining your mobile fleet a lot easier.

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IoT: saviour or security risk

Posted by Andy Mills | 24 Aug 2015, 11:01 AM

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With Internet of Things (IoT) being seen as the next evolution of IT, Redcentric looks at the data risks and implications that come with IoT. With huge amounts of data being generated to fulfill its function, who’s responsible to for the security of data?

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EU roaming charges end but at what cost

Posted by Paul Storey | 19 Aug 2015, 09:10 AM

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Paul Storey, Head of Telephony at Redcentic, looks back at the recent news that EU roaming charges for calls, data and SMS become a thing of the past and how this will affect MNOs. He looks at how MNOs can support enterprise users to build accurate mobile packages, taking into consideration the individual business’s mobile usage abroad.

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Double award win is testament to the importance of collaboration

Posted by Andy Mills | 17 Aug 2015, 12:05 PM

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After representing Redcentric at the Computing Vendor Excellence Awards, Andy Mills reflects on how Redcentric took home both the Wireless Infrastructure and Cloud Data Centre Provider of the Year awards. He looks at how Redcentric help organisations to build their IT solutions to achieve the tangible outcome terms they are striving for.

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Taking the pain out of data storage

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 14 Aug 2015, 14:41 PM

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Jonathan Birch looks at the daily aggravations organisations and specifically the legal sector are having with data storage. With multiple concerns including reliability of backups, data security and storage as well as the increasing costs along with data growth, Jonathan discusses how organisations can safely manage their data as well as costs.

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Why DDOS demands protection money

Posted by Sean Paxton | 3 Aug 2015, 09:48 AM

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The growth of the digital generation has seen with it an increase in the number of "extortion" rackets where businesses receive polite notices pointing out loopholes in their online security. In this blog, Sean Paxton explains how, much like an offline business accepts security as another essential cost, companies running in the digital world now need to adopt the same mindset.

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Shadow IT in the Public Sector: Chasing your shadow

Posted by Mark Hall | 29 Jul 2015, 10:05 AM

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Along with the growth in popularity of technologies like the cloud and BYOD within the workplace, there has come a need for the understanding of these technologies to reach further than just your IT department. In this blog, Mark Hall looks at the growth of self-provisioning IT or 'Shadow IT' and how IT departments within the public sector need to be able to manage it.

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Why Government as a Platform is missing the point

Posted by Mark Hall | 8 Jul 2015, 11:30 AM

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Mark Hall, Public Sector Director at Redcentric, discusses creating Government as a Platform (GaaP) and how the platform-based model will allow the public sector to deliver more effective services and reduce costs.

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Has the UK government turned its back on UK business?

Posted by Mark Hall | 2 Jul 2015, 11:25 AM

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With recent news that HMRC will be the first major department to move to Google Apps Mark Hall, Public Sector Director at Redcentric, discusses how this news and other recent announcements effect UK businesses and the impact on the G-Cloud.

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Delivering a cloud strategy: what you need to know

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 24 Jun 2015, 15:08 PM

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In the second of the series of blogs that take you through your journey to the cloud, here Product Manager of Infrastructure and Data Services Jonathan Birch looks at the steps you need to take when it comes to delivering your cloud strategy.

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Security threat review: May 2015

Posted by Stuart Brown | 22 Jun 2015, 15:47 PM

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Each month in our blog Redcentric will be posting a quick overview of the top security threats we have discovered over the last month. From our ongoing threat assessments, this information will include the most common malware, vulnerabilities and exploits our experts have discussed in the hope of providing you with the kind of information that will help you protect your business and its data.

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Integrating health and social care data: Why it's viable

Posted by Mark Hall | 9 Jun 2015, 15:51 PM

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To date, the Government has viewed the integration of health and social care data as something of a technical challenge. Recent announcements however indicate that this could be about to change. This blog not only looks at why the integration needs to happen but also how it could have a knock on effect for other areas of the public sector.

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How 0800 changes blur the fixed-mobile line

Posted by Richard Allgate | 4 Jun 2015, 10:09 AM

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One of the most common frustrations for mobile users is the differing charges incurred when making calls from a mobile to those made from a landline. Finally, after years of frustration, Ofcom is announcing not only free calls from mobile to 0800 numbers but also clearer regulations for mobile users in regards to mobile calls to other number ranges such as 084, 087 and 09. This blog looks at how these changes will further blur the lines between mobile and landline calling.

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Opening up the cloud

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 26 May 2015, 11:53 AM

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With a positive reaction from the market to news that VMware is now supporting open source software, this blog looks at how enterprises will not only benefit from the innovations taking place but also how the developments will increase competition and encourage further innovation within this area.

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Should Service Providers offering Managed Firewalls include UTM capability as default?

Posted by Sean Paxton | 19 May 2015, 11:59 AM

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Following a recent hack attack by religious extremists on the website of a small innocuous pub in rural England, Sean Paxton explains why the cost of corporate security is a price that is well worth paying regardless of the size or profile of your business.

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Understanding the realities of N3 accreditation

Posted by Mark Hall | 14 May 2015, 11:05 AM

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Following on from a previous blog, Mark Hall explains how ISVs looking to engage with the NHS can avoid the pain and numerous pitfalls usually associated with this complicated process by using an N3 aggregator such as Redcentric to help them.

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What does the majority Conservative Government need to learn from the minority one about procuring IT?

Posted by Peter Nailer | 13 May 2015, 14:52 PM

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Peter Nailer takes a look at the changes made to government IT procurement during the coalition Government from Dynamic Purchasing System frameworks including G-Cloud and the impact it’s made to provide government organisations with competitive pricing and economies of scale.

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Don’t be directionless: Seven steps to creating a cloud strategy

Posted by Simon Michie | 1 May 2015, 15:40 PM

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In previous blogs, Redcentric have discussed the issues that need to be considered as your business moves along your journey to the cloud. One of the first and most important steps is the development on a cloud strategy. In this blog, Redcentric's Simon Michie describes seven steps that are required, as a minimum, to create a valid cloud strategy.

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Fifty and fabulous – happy birthday Moores Law

Posted by Ian Rhodes | 23 Apr 2015, 13:43 PM

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Ian Rhodes, Platform Director at Redcentric, has a look at Moore’s Law on its 5oth anniversary. He discusses how this is generally interpreted and mapping out the processing power over the last 50 years since his observation, including how today's latest technology are having an impact.

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Mixed messages: 5 ways for public sector organisations to cut through the confusion

Posted by Peter Nailer | 8 Apr 2015, 10:55 AM

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While the Government Digital Service provides support, Public Sector IT buyers still need to ensure that they are in control of determining their requirements – both from a business and technology perspective. Peter Nailer, Senior Bid Manager at Redcentric offers his top five tips on how to cut through the confusion.

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