The pace of data science adoption by business is accelerating. Increasingly, organizations are applying graph-powered analytics to connected data to discover insights and power innovation.
Connecting and standardizing an organization’s data and business processes, across its entire application landscape, places a significant strain on traditional technologies, methods, and abilities.
Technology disasters can happen at any time. An IT disaster can be any unexpected problem that results in a slowdown, interruption or failure in a key system or network.
Since the emergence of the first real malware about 25 years ago, it became clear that criminals lurk in the expanses of the World Wide Web.
Threat hunting is the art of finding the unknown in your environment, going beyond traditional detection technologies with active cyber defence activity.
Large security vendors with Extended Detection and Response (XDR) offerings position their solution as integrating their own set of products.
Data migrations are a lot like a toothache. You can delay going to the dentist for a while, but eventually, you are going. The desire to postpone data migrations is understandable.
The data centre industry continues to
grow rapidly as more of our lives become digitally led.
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