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Management BYOD Infrastructure IoT Storage Cloud
Creating a robust data foundation for digital transformation
Opinion | September 2020
Alan Stewart-Brown at Opengear outlines the four key user benefits of edge computing
How a cloud-based infrastructure can accelerate IT Initiatives
Opinion | September 2020
Why are organisations so hesitant to adopt a cloud infrastructure?
Hackers for hire
Feature | September 2020
The right cyber resilience strategies must be put in place to counteract the growing threat of hackers for hire

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Telehouse plans to expand its London data centre campus
News | September 2020
The new data centre will offer 31,000 sqm of colocation space over six floors
New HP x770w USB 3.1 Flash Drive from PNY
News | September 2020
The new drive is available in capacities ranging from 32GB up to 1TB

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Vonage Expands Collaboration with Microsoft
News | September 2020
VonageContact Center will include seamless integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365
Survey reveals businesses are all in on wireless WAN
News | September 2020
New Cradlepoint survey findings demonstrate confidence and excitement for 5G
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WhatsUp Gold 2020
Review | September 2020
WhatsUp Gold 2020 delivers a remarkable range of network monitoring tools with flexible licensing plans for SMBs and enterprises alike
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Securing the remote workforce
Opinion | September 2020
The shift to WFH has inevitably lead to increased security risks and concerns for organisations of all sizes
Remote working: do it right
Strategy | September 2020
How do you ensure your business remains secure during remote working? Phil Underwood and Chris Cassell at SecurEnvoy share their insights
Cloud: your flexible friend
Opinion | September 2020
What is a Cloud Data Warehouse and why is it important? Rob Mellor at WhereScape explains all

We start this issue with the news that there’s just a week left to vote on the 2020 Network Computing Awards. The awards were originally planned for April this year but, well, we won’t be awarding any prizes for guessing what happened there. Like everyone else we were hoping that the world would’ve returned to some form of normality by the autumn and that we might still be able to hold the awards night in London on a rescheduled date. Sadly though it became apparent that we’d have to put the champagne on ice for the ceremony this year. Instead we’ll be announcing this year’s results in the first week of October, so if you haven’t already now’s the time to cast your votes online for the networking companies, solutions, services and people that have most impressed you in the past 12 months. You now have until 22 September to make your choices online at the awards website, above.

Elsewhere this month we have articles that tackle the security concerns of remote working, a feature on the rise of the hacker for hire, and we review the latest release of the network monitoring software, WhatsUp Gold. We’ll be back in October with a round-up of the winners of the Network Computing Awards.

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