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What's lurking in the sandbox?

Dick Bussiere at Tenable Network Security explains how sophisticated malware is making the sandbox less of a security safe haven

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Digital Transformation: putting mobile first

Kia Behnia at PowWow Mobile explains why a successful digital transformation program is reliant on a mobile-first culture

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Insuring a safe future

Anamika Kumari at Allied Analytics LLP explores the present and future scope for evolution in the cyber insurance market

Managed Infrastructure as a Service

Is the domestic infrastructure as a service provider dead? Adam Eaton at Pulsant provides some insight

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Knowing your SaaS from your SQL

SolarWinds translates some of this year's big tech buzzwords into human-speak

UKFast sets sights on new apprenticeship intake

Applications for a new round of placements to open this week

Over half of London boroughs are planning to update their outdated IT infrastructure

Freedom of Information request by HyperGrid finds a need to move from legacy solutions

The Internet of Things takes centre stage at CeBIT 2017, March 20-24th Hannover

This year's CeBIT will take a look at current and emerging IoT applications

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Case Study

PRTG Network Monitor keeps the ball rolling at Fulham FC

Fulham signs up Paessler PRTG to monitor its multi-site network infrastructure

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The changing economics of IP networks

The Telecom sector has added IP expertise to its repertoire - and now it can help the broadcast sector do the same

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Exposing the true cost of cloud

Public cloud prices seem to be on a continual downward spiral - but there can be hidden costs

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The Security of Things

The demand for IoT devices is outstripping the technology's ability to be secure. John Smith at ExtraHop explores the issues

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When Brexit and Big Data collide

Brexit threatens to destabilise our data sovereignty, writes Jack Bedell-Pearce at 4D

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Company Profile

Digital Pathways

Digital Pathways have been at the forefront of the data protection and cyber security market for over 20 years, providing structured secure solutions to the enterprise market across all verticals including banks, finance and manufacturing, together with health authorities, central and local government

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Welcome to the February 2017 Newsletter.

We've got something of a bumper issue of the newsletter this month, all part of the build-up for the main event in March - namely the Network Computing awards, which take place on March 30th at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden. And with voting closing on March 22nd now's the time to cast yours online if you haven't done so already. Visit Network Computing Awards for more information and to vote on the companies, products, solutions and services that you think deserve the top honours in 2017.

Elsewhere this month we have an interesting case study from Paessler on their recent work for Fulham FC. The venerable London club has adopted Paessler's PRTG Network Monitor to oversee their multi-site IT infrastructure, and the case study features a video of Paesller's Rupert Collier and Alex Malinov, Head of IT at Fulham FC, discussing the project at Fulham's historic Craven Cottage ground. All in all a far more positive result for Fulham than their FA Cup tie at the weekend then!

We also have an article on the nascent but rapidly evolving cyber insurance market, with Anamika Kumari at Allied Analytics LLP giving us an overview of its prospects and challenges going forward. Expect to see more on cyber insurance in future editions of the newsletter and Network Computing Magazine.

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