IT Strategies for a Tough Economy

IT Strategies for a Tough Economy

UK inflation stayed in double figures at 10% in March, with the likelihood that the Bank of England will consider raising interest rates. Pressure on the economy continues to be driven by a range of issues from depleted gas supplies in Europe to semiconductor...
The Big Switch Off, VoIP and Hybrid Working

The Big Switch Off, VoIP and Hybrid Working

BT Openreach will permanently switch off the UK’s old analogue telephone network (ISDN and PSTN) in 2025. Combine that looming deadline with the increasing number of workers who need to stay fully connected to the office while travelling, or collaborating with...
Choosing the Right Cloud Provider

Choosing the Right Cloud Provider

You run Microsoft applications on-prem. So, the obvious cloud strategy is to migrate to Azure, correct? Well, no, it’s not that simple. You could select from any of the top three providers, and it probably wouldn’t be a bad choice; but let’s assume you want to make...
Hybrid – Competitive Edge?

Hybrid – Competitive Edge?

“Companies failing to accommodate workers’ preferences for hybrid working risk losing out to competitors in terms of recruitment and retention”. – Gartner For many employees, returning to pre-pandemic presenteeism is neither attractive nor practical....
Moscow considers loophole for hackers

Moscow considers loophole for hackers

The Russian government may be reviewing amendments to its criminal code that will legalise hacking in the Federation. Russian news service TASS reported that Alexander Khinshtein, head of the state Duma committee on information policy, has demanded exemptions from...
There’s Water in the Cloud

There’s Water in the Cloud

Saving water with cloud technology The World Economic Forum has forecast that the global demand for water will exceed supply by 40%, by 2030 based on current consumption. Many of us already try to make a difference in the way we consume water, but how can we translate...
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