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  • June 15, 2018 15 Jun'18

    Nordic healthcare services provider outsources IT infrastructure

    Healthcare service provider Falck is planning to transform its business with a standardised and simplified IT infrastructure at the core

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  • June 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    StorageCraft to unveil unified storage, backup and cloud appliances

    StorageCraft arose as a backup software maker but now plans converged storage, backup and analytics play in a move to unify offering built on core and acquired products

  • June 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    Encryption is under attack, says Venafi CEO Jeff Hudson

    Encryption is one of the fundamental principles on which the internet is built, but this vital technology is under threat from criminals and ill-advised government policies, says Venafi CEO Jeff Hudson

  • June 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    Government Geospatial Commission opens up OS MasterMap data

    The Geospatial Commission, announced by chancellor Philip Hammond in his 2017 Autumn Budget, has opened up some Ordnance Survey MasterMap data to boost small businesses

  • June 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    AI is key to keeping IBM compliant with GDPR

    Artificial intelligence is vital for keeping IBM compliant with the principles of the General Data Protection Regulation, which, in turn, provides opportunities for business, says the company’s data protection officer

  • June 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    Case study: Mercedes F1 team makes gains with Pure Storage all-flash

    Two years ago, the Mercedes AMG Formula 1 team deployed Pure Storage all-flash arrays in its datacentre and in mobile racks out on the circuit. It’s a bet that has paid off for the racing team