Make a big move to in-demand as-a-service business models

In 2020, our humble homes became the essential support beam for both human health and business continuity, something that wouldn't have been possible without "as-a-service" applications for food delivery, physician care, day-to-day job responsibilities, and more. By...

Orchestrating multi-cloud essential for business growth

As more companies start leveraging the respective strengths of multiple cloud environments, they must not neglect effectively managing these platforms to ensure both cost and application control. By Ralph Berndt, sales and marketing director at Syrex In fact,...

Siemens, IBM, Red Hat in hybrid cloud initiative

Siemens, IBM and Red Hat today announced a new collaboration that will use a hybrid cloud designed to deliver an open, flexible and more secure solution for manufacturers and plant operators to drive real-time value from operational data. In one month, a single...

South Africa: our heads are finally in the cloud

Most strategic discussions in boardrooms around the world will include cloud based offerings because the services offered have become fundamental to a modern, resilient enterprise. Trent Odgers, cloud hosting manager at Veeam Last year many organisations may well have...

2021 trends in cloud computing

When it comes to the world of work, 2020 will be remembered as a year that accelerated technological change. By Matt Wright, chief technology officer of BlueSky Forced out of their comfort zones, companies either adopted or more fully embraced technologies that they...

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