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Secure edge to edge

Aron Brand at CTERA offers some insight to help cloud-driven organisations ensure their end-to-end security

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Connected cloud

Richard Petley at Oracle UK & Ireland discusses compliance and the awesome data economy opportunity

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Managing network data

There’s no shortage of network data to secure and manage networks, but accessing useful network data at the right time has traditionally been a challenge

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The King’s School, Canterbury delivers A* IT estate management with baramundi

Partnership will enable The King’s School to improve its endpoint management and security

Concentra launches TrueCue, its combined analytics products & services brand

TrueCue is a new consulting and analytics brand offering high value analytical consultancy

Opengear Appoints Mark Hughes as Senior Channel Sales Leader to Drive Expansion in EMEA

Hughes will spearhead growth and drive strategic efforts to continue development of EMEA channel relationships


System down

Have we become more or less tolerant to system downtime? Peter Groucutt at Databarracks provides some analysis

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Tomorrow’s ISV

Scott Murphy at Ingram Micro believes that independent service vendors must evolve to survive

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The small approach to big

Microservices can offer impressive operational benefits. Paul Durzan at Ensono discusses this fast-growing architectural style

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Flowmon ADS

ADS enables organisations to regain real-time control of their network and identify information of interest using behavioural patterns

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Welcome to the March 2020 Newsletter.

I think it’s safe to say that March hasn’t exactly gone to plan for any of us, and for the first time the Network Computing team has wrapped the latest issue with the entire office working remotely. That might be the future for many businesses but we were weren’t expecting it to arrive quite so suddenly. And, as with everyone currently working from home around the country, it’s far from the only change we’ve had to make. The Network Computing Awards, which were set to take place in London this April, have now been postponed to 1st October. Voting has also been suspended to enable voters and contenders to focus on more pressing matters at this challenging time, and will resume once we’re clear of this current crisis. You’ll be able to find more information and updates on our awards website

And of course the same is true for the majority of industry events and exhibitions scheduled for the coming months, with the Call and Contact Centre Expo now set to take place on 15th and 16th September at ExCel London, and the Digital Transformation Expo Manchester rescheduled for 4th and 5th November at Manchester Central.

We’re certainly looking forward to normal service resuming soon for everyone, and hope that all of our readers and industry colleagues are keeping safe and secure – and for once we don’t just mean in an IT sense.

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