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As we move into a new way of working, there is an exciting opportunity for providers to explore new offerings for businesses to deliver connectivity outside of traditional city centre offices and into people’s homes.
By Jamie Jefferies, GM and VP of EMEA at Ciena.
Smart data and innovative communication technologies are allowing today’s businesses to overcome the considerable challenges of managing customer experience (CX) during the ongoing pandemic. Nick Barbeary, Client Development Director at Paragon Customer Communications, gives an insight into how modern customer communications systems can enable businesses to keep pace with ever-evolving demands and lay the foundations for success in the post-COVID-19 era.
With the coronavirus outbreak continuing to gather pace, many businesses around the world are having to provide remote access for all their employees, sometimes for the first time. This is being done under pressure to tight time constraints. It’s difficult for anyone to do their best work with deadlines looming, and worries and concerns about the current situation playing on their mind. IT staff are no different.
By Alan Stewart–Brown, VP of EMEA at Opengear.
After years of hype, SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Networking) is finally going mainstream. And with it come a host of benefits including: increased agility and cost efficiency, higher quality and performance as well as enhanced visibility and network management.
By Johan Ottosson, VP Strategy at Telia Carrier.
Almost every new technology or innovation creates as much uncertainty as it does excitement. Businesses want to take advantage of solutions that can improve how they operate, but often need pointers on how they should go about it and why – opening the door for myths to develop around how things could and will work.
By Jonathan Rowan, Business Development Director at SSE Enterprise Telecoms.
The early months of 2020 have changed how we think about our enterprise networks. Dial back a few months and many organisations assumed that the bulk of employee use of IT infrastructure was from campus and branch locations. Yes, remote access to corporate IT has been an accepted fact of life for some decades now and yes, many organisations had at least some of their workforce working remote to varying degrees. Also, the advent of cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications like Salesforce.com and Microsoft Office 365 had already reduced the dependency on the corporate network and the assets behind it. However, the typical CIO could trust that the bulk of enterprise IT activity was occurring within and from buildings bearing the logo of their corporation.
By Hardik Modi, AVP Engineering, Threat and Mitigation Products at NETSCOUT.
Change is something the service provider industry is used to. Since the mid-90s UK Internet Service Providers have been evolving and adapting, adopting new technologies and chasing after the new opportunities they represent, moving into new untapped markets when an existing market has become saturated and commoditised.
By Martin Saunders, Product Director of Highlight.
Gisli Kr., Chief Sales Officer at AtNorth. discusses the carbon footprint AI explosion, suggesting that finding the right sustainable data centre to host these AI applications can help contribute to the circular economy. He also provides updates on the company’s third Icelandic data centre, some new hires, and record revenue levels – which in part can be contributed to atNorth’s strong sustainability credentials.
Eric Eppe, Head of Portfolio & Strategy, HPC/AI/Quantum at Eviden, Atos Group and also the UEC Secretary, discusses the formation of the Ultra Ethernet Consortium to deliver on Ethernet-based open, interoperable, high-performance full-communications stack architecture to meet the growing network demands of AI & HPC at scale.
Max Schulze, Founder of the Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance, explains why the organisation is transforming into a global think tank, before discussing the current digital transformation landscape – the good, the bad and the ugly! As ever, he shares some great insights as to what needs to happen to ensure that sustainability is front and centre of the digital world.
In the first of a series of interviews with leading industry experts, David Bond, from our series sponsor company, Centiel, shares valuable thoughts on and insights into current data centre industry challenges and opportunities – with sustainability and skills very much the focus. He also reveals what keeps him busy away from the workplace.
LiveAction has released the newest version of the LiveWire product family which will supercharge network visibility, empower SecOps and NetOps teams and boost packet analysis capabilities by up to 600%.