The clock is ticking when it comes to EU GDPR compliance. With less than a year to go before it comes into effect, businesses around the world are revamping their data privacy posture to ensure they’re compliant with the regulations.
Earlier this year, it was confirmed that the forthcoming European data privacy directive would be transferred into UK law. So, despite Brexit, if you’re an organisation based in the UK, you still need to comply with
Our previous blog – Planning your path to cloud computing success – examined the critical role that planning plays in making your journey to the cloud as easy as possible.
Here, we look at the considerations you need to address to ensure your actual transition is a low risk, low hassle process.
The first consideration is security and compliance. While, in many ways, public cloud platforms provide stronger security and easier regulatory compliance than on-premise infrastructure,
Our last blog – Riding the digital revolution to success with cloud computing – looked at how outdated IT infrastructure can hold your business back, and how cloud computing releases you from restrictions.
The next step in migrating to the cloud is to understand the critical role that planning plays in ensuring success.
If you’ve decided that cloud computing could be right for you, the significant advantages you could be enjoying include:
Greater flexibility across your
In our previous blog – SMEs: are you being sidelined by the digital revolution? – we highlighted the need for SMEs to embrace digital enablement or risk losing competitive edge.
Here, we examine how outdated IT infrastructure can be a roadblock to getting in the fast lane, and how cloud computing breaks through this barrier.
If, like the majority of today’s small and medium sized businesses, you’ve followed the traditional approach to IT, you’ll have invested
Sweeping through almost every feature of today’s business agenda, the digital revolution shows no signs of slowing down. But for SMEs with limited resources, riding the wave of change and reaping the rewards too often remain stuck on the to-do list. And that can be fatal.
Failure to embrace digital enablement means missing out on improved productivity, growth opportunities and stronger customer relationships. In effect, you could be giving your competitors an open invitation to help
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