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Law firms must overcome data management and security fears

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 8 Jul 2016, 11:11 AM

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There are many benefits to the legal sector taking a paperless approach when it comes to storing data. However, as recent research revealed, 29% of legal firms still saw digital data storage and security as a major business challenge. Outside of the legal sector, hybrid cloud solutions help many businesses overcome their anxieties towards cloud data storage and this blog explains why a hybrid solution along with proper staff training and constant security reviews should help the legal sector overcome those same issues.

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Oracle on customer launch opens up true hybrid Cloud

Posted by Vaughan Andrews | 5 Apr 2016, 17:14 PM

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With Oracle announcing last month their Oracle Cloud at Customer we look at how this changes hybrid Cloud proposition for Oracle and helps to meet requirements such as data residency, security or compliance issues.

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The best of both clouds: why we've launched a secure connection to the public cloud

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 4 Mar 2016, 16:54 PM

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Recent research by Redcentric showed that a large number of organisations still have concerns about integrating on-premise with public cloud. This blog explains how Redcentric have created a more manageable approach to hybrid cloud simplifying the process whilst increasing control and visibility for IT departments.

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MS Office 364 not 365

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 22 Dec 2015, 11:09 AM

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Recent outages affecting both Microsoft Azure and it's Office suite not only highlighted the risk of relying on the public cloud for critical applications and data but also the risk and impact of having no form of failover solution. In this blog, Jonathan Birch discusses the use of public cloud by major organisations and why IT managers need to consider the wider impact in the event of an outage.

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Insuring your future with Cloud

Posted by Jonathan Birch | 8 Dec 2015, 10:20 AM

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When Cloud and Cloud services first started to appear on the IT landscape it was heralded as the future for businesses. A few years later and, now the hysteria and hype has died down, a common question being asked is 'will you move everything to the Cloud?". With many organisations reluctant to move fully into the Cloud, this blog looks at how a hybrid solution is a more common sense approach to getting the best out of the Cloud.

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A guide to public, private and hybrid Clouds

Posted by Stefan Haase | 1 May 2013, 14:49 PM

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In response to one of the most commonly asked Cloud questions, Stefan Haase explains the difference between public, private and hybrid Cloud solutions, discussing the infrastructure itself as well as the merits of each. Covering issues such as security, compliance and scalability, Stefan’s guide to Cloud types clears up an often-misunderstood realm of computing.

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Beware fake clouds

Posted by Stefan Haase | 6 Feb 2013, 16:49 PM

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On the back of my recent blog from the Cloud Expo, I discuss the rising number of ‘fake Cloud’ offerings being proposed to CIOs, along with how to identify and avoid this potential hazard. Without paying due attention to the merits of your Cloud, your business could be at risk. It’s not only finding a resilient, secure Cloud that is a concern to CIOs. I recently read a survey that reported that an overwhelming majority are frustrated by the chore of finding a solution which utilises a genuine Cloud, and is not simply a traditional hosting service given a more pleasing title.

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Cloud Expo sees focus on security and hybrid cloud

Posted by Stefan Haase | 31 Jan 2013, 17:00 PM

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This week, I attended the annual Cloud Expo, which saw around 3000 IT experts and professionals gather to exhibit and discuss the latest developments in Cloud technology. It was apparent from this year’s show that Cloud computing is migrating to becoming a more mainstream offering. Fewer companies were using acronyms such as IaaS, PaaS or SaaS, but rather Private Cloud, Managed Cloud Services or Managed Application Services.

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