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What is top of the shopping list for retailers?

Posted by Simon Michie | 9 Aug 2016, 09:41 AM


As more and more household high-street names are closing their doors, retailers are learning the importance of aligning both their offline and online offerings to create one seamless customer experience. Simon Michie, CTO at Redcentric, looks at the technology retailers have identified as key investments to meet their objectives and help them to become the next industry goliaths.

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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


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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Database as a Service: What sets us apart from our competitors?

Posted by Stefan Haase | 9 Feb 2015, 11:48 AM


In the final blog of this series, Redcentric's Stefan Haase looks what sets Redcentric's proposition apart from the competition. From those at the top of the company to the staff out there delivering our services to customers, Stefan explains why Redcentric can back up our claim of being truly "customer-centric".

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Will Cloud computing really transform your business model?

Posted by Simon Michie | 9 Dec 2012, 14:22 PM


In this blog, Redcentric explain how, if businesses can get their Cloud plan right, they will be able to tailor their IT provision to better suit computing needs far more effectively than before.

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Reduce risk with careful planning of business processes

Posted by Simon Michie | 20 Jan 2012, 16:15 PM


Cloud adoption is an exciting prospect for many organisations but one that should not only be thoroughly examined before you even take the initial steps to cloud adoption but should also be closely risk managed throughout.

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