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  • How to manage IT access for external users

    Identity and access management (IAM) has extended from being solely an internal IT management process to focus on external business engagement too.

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  • Take the initiative on digitisation

    Digitisation is not new, but the range and extent of projects being undertaken is increasing rapidly, it is something all businesses must understand and must embrace to keep up with their competition.

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  • From SQL to NoSQL and back

    A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide by Quocirca looking at the suppliers behind NoSQL databases that organise web-scale data sets.

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  • SAN, NAS or time to try something new?

    Most organisations use NAS and SAN for storage.  However, both have their problems, and the increase in use of dispersed cloud computing means that such concepts are becoming increasingly badly suited for an organisation’s needs.  The use of object storage with a global namespace could just be th

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  • Can the print industry survive digital disruption?

    There has been much talk about disruption in the print industry, particularly with the latest acquisition of Samsung’s printer business by HP, where HP boldly claims it will disrupt the copier market.  The market has seen a wave of consolidation – HP now operates as two separate companies, Xerox

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  • Is HP Inc. poised to disrupt the print industry

    HP Inc. has set the stage for its ambitious plans to seize market share in the A3 copier/MFP market.

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  • Video return on investment - to measure or not to measure?

    "Measure what is important, don't make important what you measure" is a simple mantra, but often sporadically followed, especially when it comes to measuring the return on IT or communications investment.

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  • Line of business reasons, not just meetings

    What is the purpose behind a meeting? In the last decade, network bandwidth has grown, video has become high definition and smart low-cost desktop and mobile devices have become commonplace, which means most companies now have some form of video conferencing capabilities.

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  • Conversations, not conferences - informal, not scheduled

    Informality can be good. If someone is at all nervous or apprehensive about something, one thing that will make matters worse is if that same thing is made out to be a big deal to everyone else.

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  • Video collaboration and adoption - simple consistency

    As technology advances the typical engineering response is to add more features - “we can make it better!” But this has changed in recent years, perhaps in part due to the influence of the late Steve Jobs, and Apple in general, towards “we can make it simpler!”

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