IT infrastructure

Speed of IT change: the challenge of forecasting data centre requirements

By: Victor Smith - 05 Mar 2014

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Everybody talks about the speed of IT change, however it always has been - and will continue to be - much faster than everybody expects. Think about technology twenty years ago. The internet was in its infancy, the founder of Facebook was just 9 years old and probably didn’t realise he would grow up to be the youngest billionaire in the world! Now let’s take a look at the speed of IT change specifically in data centre terms and you’ll soon see that it’s even more evident. Read more


Enterprise challenges this year: is everyone a service provider?

By: Steve Hughes - 12 Feb 2014

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 Steve Hughes discusses key trends affecting enterprises this year and his predictions for the remainder of the year. Read more


Ten years on: the changing face of Christmas consumption

By: Scott Allen - 09 Dec 2013

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Over the last decade online retail has become dwarfed by a succession of record-breaking statistics. Read more


“De-concern me!” - the rallying cry of the CIO as service broker

By: Steve Hughes - 08 Nov 2013

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Our sales team had an interesting request from a new customer recently. Their CIO challenged us to “de-concern me” with the design, provision and management of integrated IT and network infrastructure. In other words, he wanted to focus on delivering a service to the business, and not worry about the technology that makes it work. Read more


Liberating your IT department

By: Scott Allen - 22 Oct 2013

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Technology is the great enabler. Or rather it should be. All too often managing technology can become an all-consuming task, leaving the IT department with little time to engage with key stakeholders and departments across the business. Even companies with the largest number of people, or the most experienced of IT teams, can find themselves in this situation. Read more


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