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Hybrid cloud storage vs on-premise: What data goes where?

For enterprises that want to extend their storage strategy, the public cloud is a place to start that can bring quick wins. After all, cloud technology is quick to deploy, needs little to no capital outlay, and can grow quickly with the business to store more data, especially unstructured data. Analyst Gartner predicts that enterprises…

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Better hygiene may mitigate the need to ban ransomware payments

The general belief that a cyber breach is a matter of ‘if’ not ‘when’ means all organisations potentially face the highly unwelcome prospect of being infected by ransomware, with critical data and operational capabilities only being released following payment to the attacker. Handling a ransomware attack calls for the enterprise to weigh up the value…

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Controversial Fujitsu contract with Post Office extended again

The Post Office has extended a controversial agreement with IT supplier Fujitsu that will see it support two datacentres to the end of March 2025, at a total additional cost of £36m. Combined with an announcement earlier this year that a services contact with Fujitsu to support the Post Office’s branch accounting system, Horizon, was…

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SME disaster recovery: Five key points to consider

Disaster recovery planning is vital for smaller businesses. The rise of cyber attacks, especially ransomware, has increased the risk of disruption and data loss to smaller firms. SMEs are also vulnerable to risks in their digital and software supply chains. At the same time, enterprises and public sector organisations are increasingly aware of the risks…

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ASUS Signs Agreement to Continue Development and Support of Intel’s NUC Business

ASUS and Intel late on Tuesday announced that they had agreed to a term sheet involving Intel’s NUC business, ensuring the continued support of existing NUC hardware as well as the development of new designs. Under the terms of the deal, ASUS will receive a non-exclusive license to existing Intel’s NUC systems designs, the right to…

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