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Whether you’re looking at your business computing network from the perspective of your customers or with an internal intranet system in mind, it is important that you have the necessary level of monitoring in place so that you can deliver a satisfactory experience 100% of the time. The choice faced by businesses boils down to whether they wish to come up with an in-house monitoring plan, or outsource this function to a remote company or operator.
Cloud computing continues to gain momentum as technology and accessibility improve. Not only are businesses adapting new cloud-ready applications, but they are also migrating legacy systems to the cloud.
While the decision to employ a new application in the cloud may be a no-brainer, the decision to move an existing application may not be so easy. Careful consideration to these moves is required as it is easy to make mistakes and the results can be catastrophic.
Enterprises have started adopting mobile technologies as desktop solutions or web applications do not satisfy the needs of enterprises anymore. Majority of employees in large organizations are taking their own devices to work, and their IT teams are charged to find a way to set up and implement smart BYOD standards.
Although there are several obstacles to enterprise adoption of mobile apps, the need of the employees forces enterprises to opt for mobile solutions. The post-PC future envisioned by Steve Jobs is knocking at our door, and mobility solutions are the need of the hour. So, if you are a mobile developer, you will, sooner rather than later, work on mobile apps for enterprises.
Organisations underestimate the value of their data security, yet the cost implications of doing so can be catastrophic. Whilst daily systems and processes may be sound from a workflow viewpoint, how secure are they? This article outlines the three key areas for consideration and specifies what you should demand from your software solution.
Safeguarding your data is vital in ensuring efficient continuity of operations.
There are many reasons why business operations fall over not least due to the sheer volume of systems and processes in operation.