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Nasuni delivers file access 'anywhere'

New Nasuni Access Anywhere offering extends the edge from the data center to the user enabling employees to securely access and collaborate on file data from anywhere.

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virtualDCS unveils CloudCover K8, Kubernetes protection

In another innovative UK first for virtualDCS, the cloud computing and disaster recovery specialist has unveiled a brand-new solution to bridge the data protection limitations of the popular open-source container software, Kubernetes, commonly dubbed K8s.

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Largest spend on cloud services expected over next 24 months

Two-thirds of firms find cloud migration easier than expected.

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Partners in peril?

Study reveals that lagging cloud governance strategies and legacy infrastructures are hindering organisations’ abilities to adequately protect their people and defend against data loss from cloud and web threats.

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Cloud needn't be taxing!

Konesh®, a company that provides managed services for accounting and tax procedures, has selected Rackspace Technology to develop its cloud services infrastructure.

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Manufacturing sector leads on cloud adoption

32 percent of manufacturing companies have achieved cloud leader status, compared to 18 percent across all other industries.

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Data leakage, compliance breaches, business inefficiency and hidden costs are just some of the risks organisations are leaving themselves open to by not meeting the IT demands of their workforce, Telstra’s Tom Homer has warned.
Iceland Telecom integrates four hosting halls into Verne Global's data center campus.
Infratil Limited, a listed global infrastructure business, has agreed to invest up to £120-130 million in Kao Data, the leading UK developer and operator of advanced data centres.
Data storage decision makers believe that the Cloud offers a solution.
Largest Equinix IBX in Australia supports the country’s digital economy.
The Alan Turing Institute has been awarded $5 million worth of Microsoft Azure cloud computing credits to support its research into data science. Researchers at The Alan Turing Institute will use the Azure cloud computing platform to undertake computer-intensive activities such as data analytics at scale, machine learning and data visualization.
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Solve 2015: London - Andy Williams, Rackspace

Solve London - How Great Support Matters in a SaaS World.

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