Destroy or redeploy?

Companies must be cautious to safely dispose of data-rich electronics, especially in this rapid pace of technological and digital change. An even bigger challenge is to decide whether it is more economical to destroy or redeploy old equipment. Recycling old...

Services, attach add value to the tech

Kathy Gibson is at Dell EMC Partner Summit in Cape Town – Technology is all very well, but means very little without pre-sales, deployment and after-sales services. Dell EMC partners are able to offer these services to their customers, either through their own...

Business continuity management in the digital age

We live in a digital age, and the use technology pervades every aspect of our lives. The world, particularly the business world, has grown an integral reliance on digital platforms, and access to accurate information at one’s fingertips. With a few diminishing...

Avoid a bad aftertaste with new technology

Let’s face it: in today’s fast paced digital world, technology – that works – is a necessary component for business success, writes Ian Summerfield, portfolio manager: services at Jasco Enterprise. Downtime can have significant negative impacts...

Closing the gap between open-source and enterprise-ready

From modest beginnings at the fringes of the staggering growth of the PC market in the 1980s and 1990s that was dominated by a small handful of large vendors, open-source has become a cornerstone of modern innovation and organisational success. From global financial...

The case for realtime network visibility

When it comes to network downtime in any industry, the underlying statistics tell us one thing: it costs money and lots of it. According to the Ponemon Institute, downtime can cost around an astounding $8,000 per minute, which means an hour-long network outage can...