Managing multicloud environments brings greater cloud complexity and IT challenges, often slowing innovation rather than supporting it.
Have you been in possession of your IOT devices at all times during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Businesses are looking for ways to help them overcome challenges created by coronavirus. Hardware as a Service makes solutions accessible and affordable.
One of the prominent themes we covered last year was the Android trend, which has been gaining popularity over the past few years and will gain even more momentum in 2018. One of the big reasons for Android’s rise is Microsoft’s decision to sunset its mobile operating systems, including: ...
Cloud revenues are expected to more than double as organizations embrace the “new normal” created by COVID-19.
When 32% of business leaders cite a lack of knowledge is preventing them from using the cloud, it's small wonder the global managed services market is forecasted to surpass $200B in 2020. A lack of knowledge and preparedness can easily stall a cloud migration, causing a plethora of issues around...
Healthcare providers' reliance on mobile solutions increased during the pandemic, and adoption is expected to grow even more.
The disruption caused by COVID-19 isn’t a reason to stop your digital transformation — it’s exactly the reason why you should be starting your transformation in the first place.
By switching to advanced alerting mechanisms, coupled with contextual data on the state of the system at the time of the anomaly, IT teams can prevent issues before they cause interruptions and downtime.
No-touch processes are in-demand, as are trusted advisors who can help their clients find the right solutions for their businesses.
Here’s how post-COVID trends are playing out throughout different verticals, as well as key insights that will help ISVs and VARs guide their clients toward a successful 2022 and beyond.
Development teams report their organizations are addressing security sooner — but does that necessarily mean they’re doing it more effectively?
IoT security depends on an end user’s policies and practices as well as the security framework the manufacturer includes in the device’s design.
what3words Introduces the what3words Skill for Amazon Alexa to Bring more Accurate Addressing to Users on The Go
The what3words skill will enable Alexa users to interact with the innovative location technology, including navigating to precise 3m x 3m squares.
Advice a short time ago was to tell your clients not to click on .EXE files, and email server security allowed people to reject emails with those attachments. Not to be undone, cybercriminals found other ways in. A SentinelOne article explains that to bypass those security measures, attackers began delivering...