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Network Virtualisation: An opportunity for real competitive advantage

In 2002, virtualisation transformed the world of IT by abstracting applications from the underlying hardware. Now, the same effect is happening at the network, as the network virtualisation gives the ability to create logical networks that are decoupled from the physical infrastructure. There are several business benefits to network virtualisation. One is reduced time to market […]

Data data – wherefore art thou data?

Surprisingly, even with all the talks and events circulating with regard to the ‘looming’ GDPR, a lot of companies that we talk to have no plans in place to address the strict regulations. Even more surprising is that we still hear ‘what’s that?’ when we mention the all-encompassing data regulations. May 25th 2018 is ages […]

Journey to the digital workspace

Date: 22/09/2016 Location: The Fitzwilliam Hotel, Stephens Green, Dublin Time: 9.15am-1pm (followed by lunch) Consumer Simple – Enterprise Secure  The consumerisation of IT has increased the potential for digital disruption across many industries.  While this move towards a flexible end-user experience delivers benefits to an organisation such as agility, collaboration and staff retention, it also […]

What one piece of advice would you give an organisation that is embarking on a converged infrastructure deployment alongside existing IT infrastructure?

  The one piece of advice I would give is to start with smaller non-critical or developmental applications upfront. This allows all groups from storage, application, network and various support teams to become well versed and familiar in the management, deployment and performance of a converged infrastructure. This approach allows for the gradual movement or […]

Software Defined Networking

In your experience, which area of the evolving network technology landscape are Irish organisations struggling with, and what can you do to help? Software defined networking is the biggest change in the IT Industry in years. Historically, the “plumbing” of the IT industry has been static and slow to implement change due to the inherent […]

Managing Mobility in the Enterprise

How can you accommodate the full range of employee owned devices, while safeguarding data and managing the apps necessary to enable enterprise mobility? When it comes to accessing corporate data organisations have to decide on what access model they want to adopt, ranging from only being able to access data on company provided equipment on […]

Enterprise to the Cloud

Can and should my Enterprise Applications live in the Cloud? The “cloud” is the current buzzword for something we in Information Technology have been building for the last decade. Whether an on premise private cloud, or a publicly hosted cloud service provider. The goal is the same, deliver Information Technology resources in a manner that […]

Software Defined Data Centre

Software defined storage is developing alongside software defined networking and unified platforms, is another great leap on the horizon. What are the criteria for an organisation to decide on its next move in storage, leveraging existing assets as much as possible? The software defined data centre aims to break down these application solution silos by abstracting […]

Why use Managed Security Service Providers

Security has never been out of the public eye, but lately, it seems, it has rarely been out of the headlines.  Is it time for organisations to admit that they simply cannot keep pace with the volume, velocity and variety of threats now faced? Is it time for enterprise to hand over responsibility to a […]

Challenge in managing Enterprise Mobility

With the development of both management tools and device features, what is currently the greatest challenge for organisations in managing enterprise mobility and what can you do to help? The primary challenge for enterprises when considering adopting a EMM strategy is how to adequately assess the risk of exposing business processes and data to devices […]

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