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  • How Cloud Computing is Increasing Productivity

    With the increasing prevalence of cloud computing, businesses and their employees should have noticed an increase in productivity, or at the very least an opportunity for an increase.

    With cloud computing, the vast majority of things can be done Read More

  • Blockchain in the real world

    Blockchain technology is one of the more recent changes to the IT industry in the last few years. A blockchain is a type of dispersed record that’s impossible for people to hack. Instead of just relying on one database, a blockchain is spread between different Read More

  • 4 Reason why as-a-service is so popular

    aaS stands for As a Service and refers to something being made available to a customer as a service through a cloud computing infrastructure. aaS can also be referred to as Everything as a service (EaaS or XaaS) and is a concept of being Read More

  • 5 Benefits of using Open Source Software (OSS)

    Open-source software (OSS) is any sort of computer software that's distributed with its source code available for modification as it is designed for public access. That means it usually includes a license for programmers to change the software in any way they Read More

  • The big question about big data

    Big data is a term that describes the large volume of data that inundates a business on a day-to-day basis. But it’s not the amount of data that’s important, its what organisations do with the data that matters. Big data can be analysed for insights that Read More

  • Can the IoT work in a business environment?

    In the simplest of terms the Internet of Things (IoT) is the concept of basically connecting any device with an on and off switch to an Internet connection. This includes everything from your mobile phones and tablets to components of data centres. As long as Read More

  • 3 Considerations for Hyperconvergence Newbies

    Hyperconvergence is a term that many businesses infrastructures are now aware of and has altered the way in which businesses look at networking hardware. To say that hyperconvergence wasn’t around a few years ago, it has made a huge impact on the way businesses Read More

  • The Difference Between Single mode and Multi-mode SFP’s?

    SFP transceiver modules, also known as small form-factor pluggable, are hot pluggable optical transceiver modules which are commonly used for both telecommunication and data communications applications. SFP’s compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for data Read More

  • SC vs LC - What’s the difference?

    Optical connectors, whether SC or LC connectors are used for connection between network devices at data centres and for the connection of fibre optic cable to equipment on customer premises. SC and LC are two of the most commonly used connectors.

    So Read More

  • 2 Simple Steps to IT Security

    Many businesses never consider the risk hacking could play on your company, but in a time where everything is driven by technology it is critical that the infrastructure of any business is secure and supported by backups.

    A hack could seriously Read More

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