Making multi-cloud work for the mobile SME

Mobile working is now more than a progressive signifier of a modern business. By Greg McDonald Director, systems engineering at Dell Technologies South Africa It is a critical need, and it relies upon the cloud for continuity and productivity. Cloud strategies are...

SASE vision must extend beyond cloud

The emerging secure access service edge (SASE) model for cyber security which is now gaining traction, needs to extend beyond cloud delivery to meet future needs. This is according to Patrick Grillo, senior director: solutions marketing at Fortinet, was addressing the...

The third wave of cloud is cresting

There is an ebb and flow to technology cycles. Its inevitability is extant in many theories, such as the S-curve of innovation. By Lori MacVittie, principal technical evangelist: office of the chief technology officer at F5 Cloud is subject to these same waves....

Remain vigilant on SaaS workloads

While virtually all companies globally use backups to protect their databases, only 16% have put measures in place to safeguard their software-as-a-service (SaaS) data. This is surprising given how the cloud has become a critical part of business success, especially...

Implications of cloud migration for small businesses

Running a small business is no easy task, especially during the digital migration. By Robert Marston, global head of product at Seacom We have seen many companies switch from fixed business IT infrastructure to mobile, more easily accessible cloud options. But what...

How to cope with the cloud data explosion

With the coronavirus pandemic demanding new ways of working across the world, cloud services are proving vital in the battle for businesses to adapt and maintain their operations. By Tony Limby, hybrid cloud solutions director at BT The cloud holds such potential that...