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  • Bow to the inevitable

    The use of cloud services is becoming unavoidable, so the focus needs to be an supporting security capability. An opportunity for resellers.

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  • Mobile security – there’s something in the air

    In the physical world, 'security' for any business involves a whole spectrum of defensive measures; choosing a safer location, putting up warning signs and notices, monitoring and cameras, locks, identity passes, alarms and ultimately, insurance. IT really should be no different, and many do apply security measures, although pre-mobility and the internet, most organisations would have relied heavily on physical security to defend their IT, in addition to some form of system login, particularly on larger systems

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  • How CMO/CIO alignment can bridge print/digital gap

    The traditional boundary between chief marketing officers (CMOs) and chief information officers (CIOs) is blurring as marketing and technology increasingly overlap. One area where better alignment can transform a business is improving customer engagement.

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  • Video conferencing - now is the time?

    The technology for having long distance conversations augmented by live video of the participants is not new, and networks have had sufficient and relatively low cost capacity to carry these sorts of conversations for a long time, yet somehow adoption has not met expectations.

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  • Vital ingredients in the Internet of Things bake off

    It is getting hard to find presentations, press releases, or events in the ICT sector that make no reference to the fabled Internet of Things, or M2M (machine to machine) to give it an older, slightly more techie, hype handle. It's everywhere (as some of the press releases might even say) but still too much of the emphasis is on futuristic technology - admittedly sometimes very shiny or with sci-fi styling - rather than business benefits.

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  • Do you need tablets in your workspace?

    Consumers have shown a massive appetite for tablets, but IT departments have not presented the same level of eagerness.

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  • Every company is a services company now; but is your tech up to the job?

    Thanks to ecommerce and online support most companies are delivering digital services now, which means a different way of looking at networking.

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  • Will wearable devices and M2M kill off the keyboard and ultimately the desktop?

    There can be no doubting the growth and increasing influence on both personal and working lives of the touchscreen technology revolution of smartphones and especially tablets. Some have said we are entering a post-PC era, and given recent shipment statistics, this looks increasingly to be the case, but can people really do without their familiar desktop or laptop IT

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  • Great Print Expectations 2014

    Despite expectations of its demise, our affinity with the printed page means that it continues to fight its corner in today’s rapidly evolving mobile workplace. However, the future of office printing relies on keeping pace with the digital world. Tomorrow’s “less-paper” office will remain a hybrid paper and digital workplace. The most effective organisations in 2014 will be those that automate paper intensive processes, integrate paper with digital workflows and completely eliminate wasteful printing.

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  • Ensuring application performance

    Channel opinion from Quocirca: Value added resellers (VARs) can help more businesses get control over apps, services and networking

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