Technology and the management of technology have moved on since the ’90s and ’00s: Architecture, agile, digital transformation, IT services and operations, new and improved IT management tools, and emergent technologies.

As the coronavirus spreads, responsible organisations recognise that their employees need to work remotely instead of going into communal spaces and offices.

Any move to the Cloud requires careful planning to get the best fit for the business need. Not all servers, services or systems are assumed to be cloud compatible and ready to move. Therefor step one to a cloud adoption strategy starts with a Cloud Readiness Assessment.

Technology and the management of technology have moved on since the ’90s and ’00s: Architecture, agile, digital transformation, IT services and operations, new and improved IT management tools, and emergent technologies. Overlaid on these developments is the attitude of business towards IT and its value in the organization. In the digital era, technology and the IT department has become central to organizational success and customer-led strategies.

Cloud computing is a means of storing data independently on the internet. Many businesses choose this method of data storage over local servers due to the benefits. Read about the benefits of cloud computing for business below: Money saver Cloud computing is a money saver. Instead of paying for the finest hardware upgrades, the strongest […]

IT infrastructure is an internal system of operation for businesses. It consists of several components that are used to provide quality IT services and solutions to clients. Here are the components of IT infrastructure: Hardware Hardware is one of the most important components of IT infrastructure. A company without hardware cannot deliver IT services. There […]