Business leaders have been looking to cloud technologies in order to provide flexibility as we all tackle how businesses might operate moving forward. However, between private networks and legacy technology, the NHS faces a mammoth challenge.
Too often we speak to businesses who have been distracted by a shiny new tech solution. Companies need to thoroughly understand and define their business needs before they embark on cloud deployment or transformation.
The benefits that cloud can bring to businesses are widely understood. The cloud promised to transform businesses with speed, security and scale. However, it can only achieve that if the fit is right. However businesses that migrated to the cloud, sometimes with a single vendor, suffered huge financial losses and have now started to adopt a hybrid infrastructure approach.
Selecting the most appropriate cloud tools for your business is a tricky task. The choice is seemingly endless, with a host of different providers offering platforms on which to build, buy, and innovate in lots of different ways. There are already more than enough articles talking about hybrid cloud and multicloud strategy. Instead, let’s talk about Easter eggs.
Being ‘agile’ is usually seen as having the power of being able to move quickly and easily. The cloud’s widespread accessibility and adoption has created an opportunity for network vendors to provide a service that gives their customers power and not restrictions.
Current circumstances and rules surrounding Covid19 control and containment have forced companies to shift operations to remote working policies. But if this has highlighted one thing across all industries, it’s that IT and telecoms infrastructure has not been set up to be able support an entire workforce to securely access company ecosystems from home. But there are options which can support business operations in the short and long term
The digital economy is one of the key drivers in the move to multicloud and its becoming the new enterprise normal. Are you recognising the need to be more responsive, flexible and cost conscious within your organisation?
In August 2019, Gartner released a new research report titled 'The Future of Network Security is in the Cloud’. The report single-handedly changed what the future landscape for IT and networking professionals looks like. It’s rightfully believed to have kick started a very exciting time of change for the industry and everyone's watching to see how this new shift unfolds.
As we face a growing climate emergency, businesses want (and need) to learn how to use technology more efficiently, to reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption and make IT network ecosystems greener.
There are a number of new challenges which cloud migration and cloud deployment brings. This can include managing hybrid infrastructure, multicloud deployments, understanding where your data resides and maintaining your visibility. In this blog, Neil Briscoe, CTO of Cloud Gateway, shares his top 5 tips to offer more insight.