The rise of DevOps has helped organisations run faster in the race to develop and improve organisational and customer-facing applications and systems.
Organisations place a great deal of attention on their digital transformation, especially in response to the global pandemic.
Digital transformation promises to deliver significant benefits for organisations, not least of which are improved efficiencies and agility, and the ability to use cloud services to be productive from anywhere.
Many organisations relied on a DevOps approach to speed up their transformation and achieve rapid time to value.
Organisations are increasingly moving towards a hybrid environment in which some of their IT infrastructure remains on-premises while other workloads have been moved into the cloud.
Digital transformation will help your organisation operate more efficiently and effectively, and potentially help sharpen your competitive edge.
Investing in new technologies and processes to strengthen your cybersecurity is an important step to better protect your business against threats.
Cyberattacks have been steadily increasing in recent years, as cybercriminals have been getting more sophisticated.
The rapid migration to the cloud over the past year has created opportunity for the kind of user error that can generate security risks for businesses.
Data is arguably one of the most valuable assets an organisation can possess in this era when digital experiences are a key differentiator for organisations.
As network perimeters continue to blur and cyberthreats continue to evolve, protecting your invaluable data assets is becoming more complex.
A micro-segmentation strategy separates individual workloads within a network. This is an incredibly powerful approach to mitigating cybersecurity risk.
Reducing the attack surface dramatically reduces risk - If you can’t connect to it, you can’t hack it.
One of the most overlooked topics in IT today is the need for network governance.