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Amazon, Azure and Google capture 65% of cloud infrastructure spending, with Amazon receiving almost one pound in two spent with the big three cloud providers.
You've got backups, so you may assume ransomware is no big deal.
If you do get hit you could just ignore the ransom, restore your data from backups and get back to whatever you were doing. But it's not that simple.
If you use Exchange Online you're about to start missing out on some emails.
And if you have your own Exchange Server, your emails could get blocked if you don't keep your server patched.
Organisations that switch to the big public clouds often find themselves paying more than expected.
If you're in this situation, here are some ways to cut your public cloud bill without materially harming performance:
AI is going to transform IT over the next few years. Here's what to expect:
IT is often viewed as a cost centre, but recent research shows IT teams are saving organisations significant sums.
How? By delivering remote working solutions that help organisations retain/recruit knowledge workers.
On April 11th 2023, Microsoft support for Exchange Server 2013 ends.
Microsoft will no longer provide security fixes for vulnerabilities discovered after that date, leaving Exchange Server 2013 instances vulnerable to security breaches.
In addition, Microsoft won't fix other Exchange 2013 bugs or provide related technical support.
Your organisation is under-prepared for a ransomware attack. Almost all organisations are.
Luckily, it's likely you'll have time to fix many security problems before they are exploited.
There's an ambitious plan to get rid of Britain's traditional phone network. Almost all landlines and ISDN lines are due to stop working in December 2025.
"That's years away. I'll worry about it later," you may be tempted to think.
Unfortunately, it's not that simple. Changes are happening long before 2025 and will affect a vast array of telecoms services:
The current energy crisis won't just hit domestic fuel bills. It will impact IT too. Here's how
Steve Brazier, President and CEO of tech market analysis firm Canalys, has warned that public cloud prices are set to rise.
Speaking at the Canalys Channel Form EMEA 2022 in late October 2022, Brazier said...
Boffins at Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have managed to transmit 1.84 petabits of data per second over a single 37-core 7.9km fibre optic cable. That's over five times the previous record (319 terabits per second).
US storage provider BackBlaze has analysed the failure rate of its solid-state drives and hard drives, and the results may surprise you.
Solid-state drives (SSDs) used for boot drives were more reliable than hard disk drives (HDDs), at least during the first five years of use.
While smartphones have changed our lives, the mobile networks underpinning them have appeared to change little in the past decade.
However, those networks are about to get interesting again.
Every Phone to be a Satellite Phone?