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Cloud computing: The winners and losers in telecoms

By: Andreas Kederer - 03 Jul 2014

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The telecom industry has been looking into ways to capitalise on the opportunities offered by cloud computing ever since the hype around the concept emerged in the mid 2000s. Traditional telecom providers have approached the cloud opportunity from two angles. On the consumer side, mobile players have started to add cloud-based services on top of their [...] Read more

Research highlights major implications for data centre services across Europe

By: Matthew Gingell - 01 Jul 2014

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Our latest research highlights a worrying new problem for organisations across Europe- a gap between business needs and the technology to support them. This is the ‘tech deficit’ and the implications for data centre users are weighing heavily on the minds of CIOs and IT decision makers in businesses of all sizes. Nine out of ten [...] Read more

Tech Deficit

By: Colt Technology Services - 24 Jun 2014

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The Tech Deficit- Europe wakes up to a new problem

By: Steve Hughes - 17 Jun 2014

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You know a problem is real when it effects businesses of all sizes, in all locations and requires a similar response from everyone. The new digital economy has uncovered a ‘tech deficit’ which fits neatly into these categories. The compelling statistics in a new report make for interesting, if uncomfortable reading for many CIOs and IT [...] Read more

When ancient empires inspire modern security

By: Stefano Maifreni - 13 Jun 2014

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After visiting Infosecurity 2014, I started thinking about how much today’s battle against e-criminals and hacktivists can be compared with a famous period in Ancient Roman history when the Roman general Quintus Fabius Maximus fought against Hannibal and his Carthaginian army.  An analogy too far?  Bear with me.  The link lies in how Fabius successfully repulsed [...] Read more

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