You’ve entrusted your data to a cloud. This has allowed you to sell off (or scrap) your legacy hardware. You’ve got some new, up-to-date software applications. Maybe you have also outsourced all or part of your IT team. You no longer have to manage and maintain the bulk of your hardware, software and data. You… Continue reading Cloud provider goes bust. Now what?
You run a successful cloud business outside Europe and are now looking to set up your EMEA operation. But where do you choose? The UK is in your top 5 choices but is it the best option? Or must you set up in Germany because you’ve heard German data can’t be held outside the country?… Continue reading Host your cloud in the UK
Last week we had a packed room with delegates who attended the cloud contracts workshop in London. A mixture of providers and customers allowed a healthy debate of the common issues. Customers learned where the risks are in cloud contracts and how to overcome them. Providers learned where the flash points are for customers and… Continue reading Cloud contract risks reduced – workshop done!
The administration of Phones4U has raised many questions in the press and these questions are relevant to the cloud sector too. How is it possible to be part of a group that turned over more than £1 billion in 2013 and with profits of £105 milion and still fail? Has there been a concerted effort by… Continue reading 5 lessons from Phones4U