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Data Centre 3 days ago

How data centre managers can make a difference to the climate crisis Kevin Kent is a global expert in climate change and data centres – and believes every data centre manager has a role to play in tackling the climate crisis From raging bushfires to record temperatures and melting ice caps, the impacts of climate change are starting to feel very real and present. And data centres… Read More

Security 5 days ago

New year, new habits? Why this CISO reckons you need to change your security behaviours The topic of breach normalisation has been examined heavily before, but most of the discussion has centred around its obvious, negative effect - the desensitisation and numbing of society to each passing incident. Tangible effects are rarely immediately apparent in the aftermath of a breach. News reports consequently lack visceral impact. It’s not immediately clear where... Read More

Security 6 days ago

CISO Interview: Does ‘breach normalisation’ have its benefits? The topic of breach normalisation has been examined heavily before, but most of the discussion has centred around its obvious, negative effect - the desensitisation and numbing of society to each passing incident. Tangible effects are rarely immediately apparent in the aftermath of a breach. News reports consequently lack visceral impact. It’s not immediately clear where... Read More

Latest Features

Cloud 2 days ago

Modern microservices and the software development revolution The world of enterprise software development came of age with the emergence of ‘single purpose’ software applications aligned to a specific business function. It started with accounting programmes in finance, but with time, many areas such as manufacturing, supply chain and inventory management also benefited from the emergence of purpose-built applications. Monolithic structures like ERPs,... Read More

Data Centre Fri 10 Jan 2020

Why the data centre industry should open its doors Open source is not new. As far back as the early 1900s, engine designs were shared freely between automotive manufacturers. In the spirit of knowledge sharing that encapsulates academia, universities shared computer fixes to software bugs in the 1950s and 1960s. But when we think of open source our minds tend to focus on the... Read More

IoT Mon 6 Jan 2020

Is your organisation ‘IoT ready’? The Internet of Things (IoT) may still be in its relative infancy, but it’s gradually building apace – as more enterprises begin to uncover the power it possesses when looking to harness data. From manufacturing to healthcare, or logistics to financial services, more industries are becoming aware of its critical capability to process and convert... Read More


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