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Five nines in the cloud: what it means for your business

I'm pretty sure that at some point in all of our careers, we've experienced the hassle of a system outage. The frustration of being able to do nothing but watch as a technician is called out, working his way around each machine, running diagnosis' and upgrades.

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Why choose cloud computing for your law firm?

This could well be a question you’re asking yourself, which is what brought you to this blog post.

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How the cloud is changing our future

Remember a time, around 1995, when leading tech providers such as IBM introduced an innovative new hard drive - one that had around a gigabyte of storage (enough to hold around 25 songs), and cost a mere £3,000?

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How the Danish have perfected flexible working

Scandinavian proverbs ‘Hygge’, ‘Lykke’, and ‘Lagom’ have garnered armies of inspired advocates across the world. Epitomising the lifestyle aspirations of the mindful hipster, they are enriching the mindsets of trend-setters and online influencers across the world.

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Private vs public cloud computing: what's the difference?

More and more businesses are moving away from on-premise IT solutions to cloud computing, with key benefits including increased scalability, more agile working, and even security.

But organisations considering cloud solutions are faced with a choice: to utilise a public cloud, or deploy a private cloud.

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How hosted applications are promoting collaboration

With the rise of flexible working styles, bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives, and collaboration with freelancers, the demand for business IT agility is greater than ever. 

Businesses need to be IT future-proof, not least to ride the wave of the digital revolution, but also to foster the evolving mindset of the modern-day professional.

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What are the security advantages of cloud computing?

It may have taken instances of ransomware and malware to almost triple in recent years, but businesses are finally starting to recognise just how serious digital security is.

Not just for personal identity, but for the overall success and maintenance of a business.

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Your office anywhere: 20 benefits of remote working

Technology is enabling remote working solutions to become a reality.

Performing your daily tasks anywhere other than the office - be that on the train, between sales pitches, on the road, or whilst your 1 year old takes a nap - can all be classed as remote working.

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A Cloud Roadmap for your Business

Most companies that hope to be in business for the next 10 years have at least considered moving to the cloud. In fact, more than half of them will make their files and emails cloud-based by the end of this year.

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The Power Of Cloud Computing: Is There Anything It Can't Solve?

What was it that elevated 21st century business above the old-fashioned ways in which commerce was previously conducted?  It was not magic; it was not some emergent property in our DNA that spontaneously decided to evolve.

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Steel Yourself: The Most Exciting Possibilities Of Robotics In Business

Robots have been an increasingly prevalent feature of the media’s business coverage in recent years.  In December 2016, Bank of England governor Mark Carney claimed that around 15 million jobs were under threat from robotic substitutes.

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2017: The End Of Cloud Computing? Think Again...

When a new year comes around, we often consider what lies ahead professionally for the next twelve months – as we nestle back into normal working routines.  For each individual, this will be largely unique, according to their own industries and ambitions.  

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When The Cloud Turned Data Security Into Its Greatest Advantage

A recent episode of Have I Got News For You made light of news stories that the Russian government planned to hack into Western networks through everyday devices.  Kettles, toasters and so on. 

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Why Workplace Strategy Matters To Any Size Of Business

Spending one’s own time casually chatting with friends is one of life’s pleasures. It just so happens that, ironically, work all too commonly ends up a conversation piece. 

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Let's Talk: Top 7 Questions To Ask Your Cloud Vendor

Technology can be complex, and there is little point in pretending otherwise.  It is a principal reason why businesses seek out cloud computing in the first place.  They look to add external IT expertise that they would otherwise lack.  

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Re:Invent – AWS’ Fifth Conference Marks The Business IT Revolution

Leading cloud provider Amazon Web Services launch their re:Invent 2016 conference in Las Vegas today.  Their fifth annual summit of this nature, it marks a huge milestone for the trailblazing business IT giant.  

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Data-as-a-Service: The Next Stage In Commercial Cloud Development?

Like many areas of technology, cloud computing tends to be littered with initials.  For those new to the concept, they are understandably a rather repellent deterrent.  Being subject to a stream of acronyms, written or vocalised, can be confusing.  

Read More >

Five nines in the cloud: what it means for your business

I'm pretty sure that at some point in all of our careers, we've experienced the hassle of a system outage. The frustration of being able to do nothing but watch as a technician is called out, working his way around each machine, running diagnosis' and upgrades.

Read More >

Why choose cloud computing for your law firm?

This could well be a question you’re asking yourself, which is what brought you to this blog post.

Read More >

How the cloud is changing our future

Remember a time, around 1995, when leading tech providers such as IBM introduced an innovative new hard drive - one that had around a gigabyte of storage (enough to hold around 25 songs), and cost a mere £3,000?

Read More >

How the Danish have perfected flexible working

Scandinavian proverbs ‘Hygge’, ‘Lykke’, and ‘Lagom’ have garnered armies of inspired advocates across the world. Epitomising the lifestyle aspirations of the mindful hipster, they are enriching the mindsets of trend-setters and online influencers across the world.

Read More >

Private vs public cloud computing: what's the difference?

More and more businesses are moving away from on-premise IT solutions to cloud computing, with key benefits including increased scalability, more agile working, and even security.

But organisations considering cloud solutions are faced with a choice: to utilise a public cloud, or deploy a private cloud.

Read More >

How hosted applications are promoting collaboration

With the rise of flexible working styles, bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives, and collaboration with freelancers, the demand for business IT agility is greater than ever. 

Businesses need to be IT future-proof, not least to ride the wave of the digital revolution, but also to foster the evolving mindset of the modern-day professional.

Read More >

What are the security advantages of cloud computing?

It may have taken instances of ransomware and malware to almost triple in recent years, but businesses are finally starting to recognise just how serious digital security is.

Not just for personal identity, but for the overall success and maintenance of a business.

Read More >

Your office anywhere: 20 benefits of remote working

Technology is enabling remote working solutions to become a reality.

Performing your daily tasks anywhere other than the office - be that on the train, between sales pitches, on the road, or whilst your 1 year old takes a nap - can all be classed as remote working.

Read More >

A Cloud Roadmap for your Business

Most companies that hope to be in business for the next 10 years have at least considered moving to the cloud. In fact, more than half of them will make their files and emails cloud-based by the end of this year.

Read More >

The Power Of Cloud Computing: Is There Anything It Can't Solve?

What was it that elevated 21st century business above the old-fashioned ways in which commerce was previously conducted?  It was not magic; it was not some emergent property in our DNA that spontaneously decided to evolve.

Read More >

Steel Yourself: The Most Exciting Possibilities Of Robotics In Business

Robots have been an increasingly prevalent feature of the media’s business coverage in recent years.  In December 2016, Bank of England governor Mark Carney claimed that around 15 million jobs were under threat from robotic substitutes.

Read More >

2017: The End Of Cloud Computing? Think Again...

When a new year comes around, we often consider what lies ahead professionally for the next twelve months – as we nestle back into normal working routines.  For each individual, this will be largely unique, according to their own industries and ambitions.  

Read More >

When The Cloud Turned Data Security Into Its Greatest Advantage

A recent episode of Have I Got News For You made light of news stories that the Russian government planned to hack into Western networks through everyday devices.  Kettles, toasters and so on. 

Read More >

Why Workplace Strategy Matters To Any Size Of Business

Spending one’s own time casually chatting with friends is one of life’s pleasures. It just so happens that, ironically, work all too commonly ends up a conversation piece. 

Read More >

Let's Talk: Top 7 Questions To Ask Your Cloud Vendor

Technology can be complex, and there is little point in pretending otherwise.  It is a principal reason why businesses seek out cloud computing in the first place.  They look to add external IT expertise that they would otherwise lack.  

Read More >

Re:Invent – AWS’ Fifth Conference Marks The Business IT Revolution

Leading cloud provider Amazon Web Services launch their re:Invent 2016 conference in Las Vegas today.  Their fifth annual summit of this nature, it marks a huge milestone for the trailblazing business IT giant.  

Read More >

Data-as-a-Service: The Next Stage In Commercial Cloud Development?

Like many areas of technology, cloud computing tends to be littered with initials.  For those new to the concept, they are understandably a rather repellent deterrent.  Being subject to a stream of acronyms, written or vocalised, can be confusing.  

Read More >