When thinking about automation in our workplace IT networks, it is easy to get carried away and conjure up sinister Bladerunner-style robots who work in-place of humans, slowly replacing us one by one.Read Article
In today's IT environments, you would be hard pushed to not find some element of cloud usage. Whether that be email, storage or virtual machine hosting and computational power, this is no more evident than the 2018 growth statistics for Microsoft's Office 365; sitting at between 2 and 3 million new accounts added each month.Read Article
It is widely recognised that there is still strong under-representation of women in IT. While this gender imbalance has improved over the years, there is still a long way to go. According to Women in Tech, only 1 in 6 tech specialists in the UK are women, only 1 in 10 are leaders and worse still, female representation in the tech sector has stagnated over the last 10 years.Read Article
Hot on the heels of The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), yet enforced just fifteen days before, the directive on security of network and information systems (NIS) has been created to achieve a high, common level of network and information systems security across the European Union.
The IT security industry, having grown each year since the dot-com bubble, is famously known as being a recession-proof investment. As more of our lives and our businesses grow to rely on the benefits of IT and the internet, so does the need to protect that reliance from any event which threatens it.Read Article