Now that the January blues have given away to the optimism of February and beyond, when the business world comes alive(!), what better time to share a substantial quantity of expert opinions as to what we can expect in the workplace this year. No prizes for guessing that cybersecurity has a significant focus, but we're confident that there are some valuable insights for everyone in this quality guide to 2023's technology and wider business trends.
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New research reveals the barriers stopping security professionals from having a good day at work New research has revealed that just 7% of UK IT professionals believe security is at the forefront of their organisation's thinking, despite the fact that 62% say security risks and pressures from their employers have increased.
Average cost of data breaches to surpass $5m per incident Between July and October, Acronis found that the proportion of phishing attacks has risen by 1.3x, accounting for 76% of all attacks – an 18% increase from a prior Acronis report released earlier this year.
Customer and employee details account for nearly half of all stolen data Credit card and password data theft plunges by 64% as companies deploy improved data security measures.
Malware-delivering cloud apps nearly tripled in 2022 401 distinct cloud apps shown to deliver malware; Microsoft OneDrive delivered 30% of all cloud malware downloads.
Kubernetes costs rise for almost half of IT professionals Civo has published new research, finding that 47% of developers have seen an increase in their year-on-year spending on Kubernetes clusters.
Ransomware attacks and payments in decline Annual survey uncovers surprising data but warns against complacency.
The liability of legacy Concerns around recent global events and the subsequent inflationary pressure on power, materials and labour costs are not, as yet, adversely affecting growth in the data centre sector which continues to remain buoyant. This is according to the latest independent industry survey, which captures the views of over 3000 senior datacentre professionals across Europe, including owners, operators, developers, consultants and end users.
Automation is critical to success Industry report by SGTech and Workato reveals that 80 percent of Singapore companies deploy automation to solve productivity and manpower issues.
Data silos threatening productivity and efficiency levels for nearly half of pharma businesses Larger companies more likely to see isolated data repositories hampering collaborative efforts.
94% of businesses acknowledge a privacy skills gap ISACA is calling on businesses to overhaul their approach to addressing the privacy skills gap to look beyond experience and instead focus on training and upskilling.
Adoption of AI stalling in IT departments More than half of IT pros are not using machine learning in their environment.
SMBs are taking cybersecurity more seriously SMBs are investing in protection with network and cloud security topping the list.
84% of organisations prioritise commercial success over sustainability But being sustainable is good business: 97% of businesses agree that sustainability credentials are either essential or important in their buying decisions.
Disruptive attacks on critical infrastructure continue The latest OT/IoT security report from Nozomi Networks Labs finds wiper malware, IoT botnet activity, and the Russia/Ukraine war significantly influenced the 2022 threat landscape. Continuing the trend that was observed in the first half of 2022, Nozomi Networks Labs researchers saw hacktivists shift tactics from data theft and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks to utilizing more destructive malware in an attempt to destabilize critical infrastructure to further their political stance in the Russia/Ukraine war.
Digital investment continues CXOs balance need for new investments in digital technologies to drive innovation and interoperability while addressing challenges with macroeconomics, IT resourcing and cost inflation.
Immersive CX is the new way to win and keep customers Latest Zendesk research signals a dramatic shift in expectations, with 71% of business leaders globally rethinking the entire customer experience.
Cybersecurity investment to grow by 13% in 2023 According to Canalys’ latest cybersecurity forecasts, global cybersecurity spending (including enterprise products and services) will increase by 13.2% in 2023 and remain a key growth sector for channel partners.
The data centre challenge behind digital transformation Digital transformation has reached a turning point. Businesses have now added so many new applications and need so much data consistently available, that accessing sufficient capacity in data centers is becoming a challenge.
Business leaders do no trust climate claims Three quarters of business leaders do not believe their peers’ ESG reporting, according to a new study, showing that a lack of industry trust and verifiable data is driving scepticism.
Technology investments have not improved collaboration at work Nearly half of workers are using new technology for workplace collaboration, but only 1 in 3 have found it helpful.
41% of UK technology leaders see security as the innovation enabler 22% of senior technology decision-makers in the UK identified cybersecurity solutions as the most important factor affecting business transformation.
Growing urgency for observability and security to converge? 94% of CIOs say extending a DevSecOps culture to more teams is key to accelerating digital transformation and driving faster, more secure software releases.
Organisations prioritise prevention over detection Research also shows the inability to prevent bad things from happening as the worst part of a security job with more than a third of respondents unsure they could tell their boards that no adversaries are inside.
Perfecto by Perforce releases 2023 State of Test Automation Report Insights from hundreds of leading digital enterprises surveyed include teams challenged by the lack of test automation resources and the embracing of low-code/no-code solutions.
Holistic approach needed to improve cyber readiness Only 29% of respondents are highly confident they have a robust mechanism to test their environments against the most current threat vectors.
Accelerated computing to push DC physical infrastructure market to $35 billion According to a recently published report from Dell’Oro Group, data center physical infrastructure (DCPI) revenues are forecast to grow at an 8 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2022 to 2027, to above $35 billion.
UK organisations with the most servers are still unlikely to prioritise energy efficiency Companies with fewer ICT facilities or younger IT managers are up to twice as likely to prioritise energy efficiency, while less affluent vertical sectors seem unaware of the impact of energy efficiency on Total Cost of Ownership.
XDR a necessity, despite confusion ExtraHop has released findings from a new report that examines extended detection and response (XDR) adoption in enterprises.
Public cloud means multicloud? New research found that IT leaders use multiple cloud providers to benefit from reduced costs and more control over their data.
More than a third of UK CDOs lack visibility and understanding of their data Investments in cloud and data set to grow as data sharing and data governance top the list of UK priorities in the year ahead.
Surge in skilling? Study shows increases in learning consumption across Skillsoft portfolio; highlights in-demand skills and top trends shaping the future of work.
Lumen research reveals latest DDoS stats, trends, predictions and costs Nearly 90% of Q4 DDoS attacks were potentially 'hit and run" style, probing attacks.
Banking on APIs Christoph Berentzen, Divisional Head API & Open Banking at Commerzbank, provides a fascinating insight into the organisation’s decision to move away from the traditional IT approach of batch processes, file transfers and the like to an API-powered architecture as a crucial part of its digital transformation roadmap.
Hospitality platform prioritises the customer experience Kinesh Patel, the Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder of SevenRooms., explains how a combination of data, personalisation and automation is providing a digital dividend for the restaurant and wider hospitality sector as it seeks to optimise both the customer experience and post-pandemic flexibility and profitability.
Conversational AI enhances customer and employee interactions Richard Stevenson, CEO of Red Box, discusses the results of the company’s recent ‘Being Human’ report, which provides some valuable insights into the Conversational AI market – how its use is already helping to improve customer and employee experiences, as well as contributing to fraud prevention. Richard also discusses the roadblocks that need to be overcome before the technology becomes pervasive.
Investors hold the key to sustainability success Aoife Foley, IEEE Senior Member and Professor, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Queen’s University Belfast, provides valuable insight into a whole range of technology, social and political challenges and opportunities which are shaping the quest for Net Zero.
Ransomware threat demands improved data resilience Florian Malecki, Executive Vice President of Marketing for Arcserve, discusses the findings of the company’s recent ransomware survey, which reveals that far too many organisations are still unprepared, not least in terms of recovering lost data. The good news is that businesses do have plans to increase their data resilience investments to meet the challenges of today’s hybrid, digital workplace.
Understanding the true costs of resiliency Owen Rogers, Uptime Institute Research Director for Cloud Computing, discusses the findings of his recent report – Public Cloud Costs versus Resiliency: Stateless Applications, which outlines the importance of cloud service resiliency as it can impact on application availability.
Cyber resilience – a better way to address cybersecurity? Eric Herzog, CMO at Infinidat, suggests that organisations will have better success with their cybersecurity strategies if they embrace the wider, comprehensive idea of cyber resilience, with data protection and storage backup and recovery having a major role to play.
Sports broadcaster wins with New Relic Craig McLean, VP of Engineering at DAZN Group, a global sports entertainment platform, explains the importance of observability to the company as it delivers an over-the-top streaming service to millions of subscribers across the globe.
DCIM 3.0 promises to help manage hybrid complexity Kevin Brown, SVP of EcoStruxure Solutions, Secure Power, Schneider Electric, explains how DCIM 3.0 could just be the magic bullet to help organisations successfully manage their increasingly complex and hybrid IT infrastructure environments.
Cost-effective, simple backups just got better! Veniamin Simonov, Director of Product Management, NAKIVO, talks through NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.7, with new backup to cloud, anti-ransomware and monitoring features.
Data centre industry thrives in challenging times Jim Hart, CEO of BCS, discusses the company’s Summer Report, which finds that the data centre industry continues to expand and innovate as it faces any number of challenges around sustainability, energy supplies and costs, skills shortage and supply chain volatility.
A new era of data storage? Steve Santamaria, Chief Executive Officer at Folio Photonics, discusses the company’s Active Archive Storage launch, which promises to disrupt existing HDD and tape markets, with a multi-layer film technology that offers major advantages in the ever challenging cost v capacity v performance balancing act.
SNIA setting the standard for storage innovation Dr J Metz, Chair SNIA Board of Directors, discusses several recent exciting storage innovations, including Computational Storage Devices, DNA Data Storage and SDXI, as part of an overview of the Storage Networking Industry Association’s busy programme.
Data sovereignty policies – public cloud or hybrid approach? Paul Speciale, Chief Marketing Officer at Scality, discusses the results of the company’s recent data sovereignty survey, which found that, while the vast majority of companies have policies in place or have plans to do so, there’s a difference of opinion when it comes to relying on the public cloud alone or taking a hybrid approach when it comes to implementation.
Data is crucial for delivering innovation • VMware Joe Baguley, CTO, EMEA at VMware, discusses the recent Innovation-Execution report, which identifies the challenges and opportunities around successful innovation implementation - with the importance of better data use the key takeaway.
IT department central to IT decentralisation Arun Kumar J, Regional Director - UK, ManageEngine, discusses the company’s recent IT at Work – 2022 and Beyond report, which finds that, while the majority of organisations are on a path to IT decentralisation, the importance of the IT department cannot be overstated as the driving force behind such a digital transformation strategy.
Security automation makes increasing sense Leon Ward, VP of Product Management, ThreatQuotient, shares some early findings of the company’s ‘The State of Cybersecurity Automation 2022’ research report, which finds a dramatic increase in security automation activity, as well as highlighting the importance of managing expectations when it comes to implementation versus outcomes.
Setting the standard for memory to memory data movement Shyam Iyer, Chair, SNIA SDXI (Smart Data Accelerator Interface) Technical Work Group, Member, SNIA Technical Council, discusses the work of the Smart Data Accelerator Interface (SDXI) Working Group as it develops an open data mover interface specification - explaining the desired characteristics of the standard, as well as the roadmap which should see version 1.0 released before the end of 2022.
From discard mentality to tech sustainability Stefan Spendrup, SOTI’s Vice President of Sales Northern and Western Europe, discusses the company’s recent report which suggests that many organisations need to change their approach to device management, to avoid disposing of perfectly good IT hardware unnecessarily – a business efficiency and environmental win.
Data front and centre when it comes to the DEX, DX and CX Ayelet Elstein, VP EMEA at Lakeside Software, positions the Digital Employee Experience (DEX) within the wider context of the customer experience (CX), emphasising the critical importance of data as a prerequisite for any company-wide approach to improving and optimising end-to-end hybrid IT infrastructure performance and the resulting business benefits.
Education and orchestration crucial to container confidence Brad Ascar, Principle Product Manager – Kubernetes ecosystem at Redis - cuts through the hype surrounding containers to explain the many benefits they offer. The importance of education and training, optimised orchestration and how to get started with containers and Kubernetes are all covered.
Digital transformation and energy transition efforts - mind the gap! Ciarán Forde, Segment Leader, Data Centre and IT, Electrical Sector, EMEA, Eaton, discusses the findings of the company’s recent report: The Intersection of Digital Transformation and the Energy Transition, which highlights an apparent gap between digital transformation and energy transition efforts in four power critical sectors, including the data centre industry. Ciaran highlights the progress the industry has made to date, as well as explaining how a new type of digital toolkit can help companies in their quest for truly sustainable operational optimisation.
To be a responsible AI leader, focus on being responsible Dr. Stephan Thiel, Global Analytics Business Management Senior Director – GAMMA, Boston Consulting Group, discusses the importance of Responsible AI in today’s digital business world.
The importance of third party validation when it comes to cybersecurity John Parlee, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Park Place Technologies, discusses the importance of being able to demonstrate to customers, and employees, that your company recognises the importance of IT security, through a combination of standards, Zero Trust and, increasingly, cyber insurance.
A framework first approach for cybersecurity Andrew Hollister, CISO at LogRhythm, discusses the findings of the company’s recent report, produced in association with Ponemon Institute – covering the current threat landscape, the need for clear communications between the CISO and the CEO/board level executives, and the importance of using a security framework to help build an optimised, end-to-end and resilient cybersecurity infrastructure.
Nordics light up the data centre industry - atNorth Steve Donovan, atNorth’s recently appointed Chief Development Officer, is looking forward to his new role in growing the company’s data centre footprint and profile across the Nordics and, in time, beyond. He believes that atNorth is ideally placed to meet the ever-increasing demand for sustainability within the data centre industry.
AI’s image problem - Fivetran Guro Bakkeng Bergan, VP and GM EMEA at Fivetran, discusses a recent Vanson Bourne report, conducted on behalf of Fivetran, which reveals that almost all companies recognise the importance of AI and, therefore, have plans to invest in the technology, but at the same time do not completely trust it, and also experience difficulty obtaining the data sets which are the ‘raw ingredients’ of successful AI implementations.
Regulation and innovation top of the 2023 agenda? Alex Brew, Regional Director, Northern Europe at Vertiv., shares the company’s predictions for the data centre industry in 2023. Expect energy efficiency-related legislation and innovation - with alternatives to diesel generators and the final ‘arrival’ of liquid cooling on the horizon – alongside the excitement and uncertainty of 5G, edge and the metaverse!
A new kind of hybrid cloud? Andrew Slater, Practice Director - Cloud, at Node4, discusses the company’s recent Future of Hybrid Cloud report, which finds that the majority of end users are beginning to understand which workloads belong in the public cloud and which don’t. Alongside the development of this ‘traditional’ hybrid approach, Andy highlights the emergence of a new hybrid cloud model, with public cloud provider software being introduced into end users’ own IT environments.
The HEAT is on when it comes to cybersecurity Mark Guntrip, Senior Director, Cybersecurity Strategy at Menlo Security, discusses his company’s recent ransomware research report, highlighting the ways in which the cybercriminals are getting smarter, and outlining some of the ways in which end users can optimise a multi-layered cyber-defence strategy.
Hybrid working 2.0 is here – don’t panic! Neil Patel, Director, European Marketing & Business Development, and Alan Jones, Consumer Solutions & Marketing Manager, UK&I, both at D-Link Europe Ltd, discuss the practicalities of hybrid working, with particular reference to ways in which the home office can be upgraded to ensure an optimised, secure IT environment which, in turn, will lead to an optimised employee experience.
Fulfilling the promise of DevSecOps Prashanth Nanjundappa, VP of Product Management, Progress, discusses the findings of the company’s recent DevSecOps report – the good news is that everyone recognises the benefits of combining DevOps and Security; however, many organisations have more work to do when it comes to putting in place the necessary collaboration, skills and management building blocks that are key to DevSecOps’ success.
Delivering a digital data centre model Steen Dalgas, Senior Cloud Economist, Nutanix, discusses the findings of a report the company recently sponsored, which examines the impact of data centre models on energy efficiency and carbon footprint. The good news is that there are plenty of innovation options available to deliver measurable benefits, not least the opportunity of hyperconverged infrastructure.
Sustainability – time for a revolution? Part 1 Pankaj Sharma, Schneider Electric's Global Executive Vice President, Secure Power Division, discusses the sustainability gap, with too many organisations talking up their environmental credentials, but failing to implement the necessary actions.
Expert Opinions
Revealed: the six trends we’ll see in the data center sector in 2023 Sustainability and climate change are the overarching themes as data centers look to operate more efficiently and with a positive impact on the environment.
Duo of data center dilemmas: emissions and skills shortages Danel Turk, global segment leader for data centers at ABB, answers our questions on the big dilemmas facing data center operators this year.
Alibaba Unveils Top Technology Trend Forecasting for 2023 Alibaba DAMO Academy (“DAMO”), the global research initiative by Alibaba Group, has shared its annual forecasting of the leading technology trends that could shape many industries in the years ahead.
2023 enterprise tech predictions By Shankar Balakrishnan, Area Vice President, Anaplan.
Cloud Security: Top trends and threats to watch out for in 2023 By Idan Revivo, VP, Cyber Research at Aqua Security.
Cybersecurity Predictions 2023 By Miri Marciano, Associate Director, Cybersecurity Expert at Boston Consulting Group.
2023 cybersecurity trends revealed by industry experts From reassessing cybersecurity measures which were put in place during the pandemic and understanding how to recover from a cyberattack, to revised legislation, Distology highlights the biggest trends which will impact the cybersecurity space in 2023.
Four observability trends IT leaders should have on their radar in 2023 By Bernd Greifenader, founder and CTO, Dynatrace.
Managing risk, business planning offering and green positioning key for channel to unlock growth By Paul Flannery VP of International Channel Sales at ERP provider, Epicor.
The Top Six Field Service Trends for 2023 By Brad Hawkins, SVP Products & Solutions at ServicePower.
Five Trends Changing The Future of Digital Transformation By Arek Skuza, Interim US Strategy Director at Future Processing.
Beyond SD-WANs in 2023: Rethinking Wide Area Networks By Graham Jarvis, Freelance Business and Technology Journalist.
Top MarTech predictions for 2023 By HubSpot’s Vice President of Engineering, Nadia Alramli.
Top intelligent automation trends to watch in 2023 By Paul Milloy, Business Consultant at Intradiem.
Predictions for MFA in 2023 François Amigorena, CEO at IS Decisions, predicts:
What comes after a tumultuous year in terms of geopolitics and global economics? For 2023, JUMPSEC predicts that:
2023 is the year of opportunity for MSPs By Greg Jones, Vice President of Business Development, EMEA, at Datto, a Kaseya company.
Predictions for 2023 and beyond: What does the future hold for 6G? By Colin Bauer and Roger Nichols, Keysight Technologies.
2023: The Year of Evolved Cloud and more By Matt Watts, Chief Evangelist at NetApp.
What can we expect from AI and Machine Learning in 2023? By Juras Jursenas, Chief Operating Officer at Oxylabs, based on the predictions of the Oxylabs AI/ML board.
Five data storage predictions for 2023 By Jeff Whitaker, VP, Marketing and Products, Panasas.
Necessity is the mother of invention By Alan Cucknell, Head of Ignite Exponential at Plextek.
Multicloud Evolution, Strategic Data Practices, and Commoditisation of AI Key Trends to Watch in 2023, according to Rackspace Technology.
Identity security pioneer Semperis shares predictions of what’s to come in 2023 What did we learn from 2022?
The role of the CIO in navigating business uncertainty in 2023 and beyond By Dr. Alexander Becker, COO of Serviceware.
Seven key tech trends for 2023 By Eric Herzog, Chief Marketing Officer at Infinidat.
2023 IT Services Predictions and Trends By Colin Blumenthal, Vice President, IT Services, Sharp Europe.
2023 is the year to make sure your company has “healthy data” for business growth Biggest data trends for the coming year, and beyond.
The Cloud Is Now an Essential Business Strategy – Not Just an IT Solution By Parthiv Shah, Global Managing Partner, Cloud Strategy & Transformation at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
Third-Party Risk Management: Why 2023 could be the perfect time to overhaul your TPRM program By Alex Klinger, Pre-Sales Engineer at SureCloud.
Containerisation, Hypervisors, and Backup: Data Management and Application Delivery Trends for 2023 By Phil Trickovic, Senior Vice President of Revenue, Tintri.
Top Trends in 2023 - Software quality to be the saving grace of digital transformation By Kevin Thompson, CEO at Tricentis.
The Future of Cybersecurity: 2023 and Beyond 2022 was an eventful year in the world of cybersecurity. From Twitter firing a large portion of its security team, to the five anniversary of WannaCry, to the cyber attacks of the Ukraine war, there hasn’t been a day in which technology news hasn’t made headlines. It seems almost inevitable that 2023 will also see technology, and particularly cybersecurity maintain its prominent position in public discourse.
Why digital experience design matters more than ever in 2023 By Kim Sneum-Madsen, CEO of open-source CMS company, Umbraco.
Cybersecurity Predictions Challenge 2023 In 2023, we predict that hackers will try to bypass cybersecurity defenses using new techniques focused on business processes, identity, and artificial intelligence. This year, Corey Nachreiner, chief security officer at WatchGuard and Marc Laliberte, director of security operations at WatchGuard squares off in a predictions challenge, offering different takes on potential hacks and attacks in these categories. Whose predictions will come true…only time will tell!
2023 Predictions – automation, right sizing cloud requirements, zero trust and the growing importance of AI observability Mark Cooke, COO of Xalient, looks ahead at what key technology trends will be on the horizon in 2023.
Data Centre 2023 Predictions: What’s Next? By Matthew Pullen - EVP, Managing Director Europe, CyrusOne.
What does the year hold for the IT and data centre industries and the Channel which serves them? Here are the top six trends according to Brent Owens, Director Sales & Partner Enablement EMEA for Vertiv.
5 trends set to dominate the IT industry in 2023 By Marie Measures, Chief Digital Information Officer at global financial services provider, Apex Group.
2023: Financial services compliance gets tighter the year recession brings business risk By Charlie Thompson, Vice President EMEA, Appian.
2023: A distributor’s eye view By Nick Bannister, vice president sales for Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business in the UK and Ireland.
What will 2023 bring us? By James Hart, CEO at BCS.
It’s 2023 and product management is in Why shifting from project to product management is critical.
Groundbreaking cloud projects and the hyperscalers challenge: Key trends to watch out for in 2023 By Chris Royles, EMEA Field CTO at Cloudera.
2023 – The Year to Do More with Less or perhaps Less with Less By Elliott Young, CTO, Dell Technologies UK.
Using data to navigate an uncertain 2023 By Ed Thorne, General Manager, Europe at Dun & Bradstreet.
Top cybersecurity predictions for 2023 By Tom Kidwell, Co-founder of Ecliptic Dynamics.
Five data predictions By Rex Ahlstrom, CTO, EVP Innovation and Growth at Syniti.
ManageEngine's top five predictions in enterprise IT space for 2023 By Rajesh Ganesan, President Manage Engine.
Building a sustainable future for the channel By Chris Wade, Chief Marketing and Product Officer, Gamma.
The recurring themes for 2023 By Martin Carroll, Partner, Global Technical Realty.
Cybersecurity trends that will drive change in 2023 and beyond By Mirel Sehic, vice president and general manager, cybersecurity, Honeywell Building Technologies.
2023 – The Year of the Four Ps in Business Decision-Making By Joe Lichtenberg, Director Product & Industry, InterSystems.
Better partners, better world: four data centre predictions for 2023  By Chris Pennington, Director of Energy & Sustainability at Iron Mountain Data Centres
Six trends shaping the cybersecurity landscape in 2023 By Rebecca Harper, Head of Cybersecurity Analysis,
The benefits of economic turbulence and four trends that will impact business success By Jeff Abbott, CEO, Ivanti.
How to use data effectively and help your business thrive in 2023 By Miryem Salah, Chief Data Officer, Vodafone.
2023: the year ransomware is no longer an IF but a WHEN By Russ Kennedy, Chief Product Officer at Nasuni.
API Security in 2023: What You Need to Know for Effective API Security By Filip Verloy, Field CTO EMEA, Noname Security.
Predictions about CISO priorities for 2023 By Ryan Davis, chief information security officer, NS1.
Technology in businesses in 2023: What can we expect? Redcentric’s industry experts in the technology, connectivity, cloud, communications and data centre spaces talk about how 2023 looks for different areas of the industry.
The top three trends in cybersecurity By Nils Gerhardt, Chief Technology Officer for Utimaco.
Top trends to watch for in IT Service Management By Phil Fox, Principal Customer Success Advocate at Adaptavist.
Don’t get left behind: cybersecurity trends that are shaping 2023 By Jack Chapman, Egress VP of Threat Intelligence.
Three overhyped data trends to get over in 2023 By Andy Palmer, co-founder and CEO of Tamr.
Spectra Logic’s predictions for 2023 By David Feller, Vice President, Product Management and Solutions Engineering, Spectra Logic.
Five tech trends for 2023: Why businesses need to accelerate business transformation By Andy Whitehurst, Chief Technology Officer UK, Sopra Steria.
The top cybersecurity best practices in 2023 By António Vasconcelos, Technology Strategist, SentinelOne.
Digital innovation in an economic downturn – Quality Engineering for quality outcomes By Steve Mellor, Test Architect, Roq, a Quality Engineering consultancy.
DDoS trends in 2023: What should organisations be aware of and prepare for this coming year? By Richard Hummel, threat intelligence lead for NETSCOUT.
The next wave of innovation: Three predictions for IT channel this year By Tim Britt, Director of Sales and Channel at Dropbox.
How VDI will Shape Business Landscape in 2023 By Dominik Birgelen, CEO of oneclick.
Two areas of massive growth for blockchain in 2023 By Lars Rensing, CEO at Web 3 and blockchain solutions provider Protokol.
Two areas of growth for blockchain in 2023 By Lars Rensing, CEO at Web 3 and blockchain solutions provider Protokol.
New Year, New Cyberattacks: Staying Ahead as Corruption Techniques Evolve By Kev Eley, VP Sales Europe at LogRhythm.
IT security trends companies should prepare for in 2023 By Niall McConachie, regional director (UK & Ireland) at Yubico.
Cyber Resilience: Why CISOs should prioritise it in 2023 By Amit Tailor, Systems Engineering Director at Palo Alto Networks.