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  • Making more of print

    Rob Bamforth - Timefort 02 Mar 2015
  • It is clear that just trying to cut costs by simply and blindly limiting access or usage to printing is not the right approach, yet without some controls the entire process of managing print ...

  • Stepping up to the cloud

    Rob Bamforth - Timefort 23 Feb 2015
  • A key reason behind cloud is flexibility.

  • Avoiding a piecemeal mobile strategy

    Rob Bamforth - Timefort 16 Feb 2015
  • To get enough future flexibility to bring the best out of mobile working, this type of strategy and support model needs to be put in place today, rather than enduring the chipping away of IT ...

  • Many attacks may still be random, security should not be

    Bob Tarzey 17 Dec 2014
  • Targeted attacks are getting all the headlines, but random attacks are still a widespread and insidious, but avoidable problem.

  • Securing virtual infrastructure

    Bob Tarzey 05 Dec 2014
  • When considering the security of virtual environments, there are two basic levels, the virtual platform itself and the virtual machines (VM) and associated applications deployed on such platforms. ...

  • Think-again Tuesday?

    Bob Tarzey 02 Dec 2014
  • If Black-Friday and Cyber-Monday tested your websites and online apps to their limit, new Quocirca research shows what can be learnt from the those a the bleeding edge of dealing with consumers online.

  • Car ownership - a dying thing?

    Clive Longbottom 14 Nov 2014
  • As the world continues to talk about "autonomous vehicles", the impact on vehicle ownership and the ecosystem that has grown up around this comes under the spotlight.

  • The problem of buggy software components

    Bob Tarzey 10 Nov 2014
  • Software components constitute the majority of the code in many applications and are consequently a source of many security vulnerabilities. How can this problem be better managed?