The last 20 years have witnessed rapid change in the methods and motivations of cybercriminals. As people and businesses move more data to the cloud, the cybersecurity landscape changes and requires a far more automated response to tackle commonplace cyber-threats. From discovering the most prominent and dangerous cloud threats, to learning top tips for strengthening your cyber-defence, dive into our 2020 Cloud Security Pocket Guide for a comprehensive oversight of the modern threat landscape. Download your free copy and find out more.
Traditional on-premise desktop hosting – with desktops, their applications and data all stored and accessed locally on servers and PCs within office premises – is still favoured by a large proportion of businesses in the UK and beyond. However, it comes with downsides. With so much of the world’s workforce now implementing a flexible working strategy, in this whitepaper we explore the common pain points of on-premise desktop and application hosting and how progressive businesses are overcoming these with the help of desktop as a service (DaaS). Download your free copy and find out more.
For businesses still using traditional desktops hosted on premise, a desktop as a service (DaaS), or 'remote dekstop', solution is well worth considering. Hosting your desktop in the cloud and outsourcing the accompanying IT management offers a wealth of advantages which enable your business to stay operational and secure. In your guide to buying a remote desktop, you discover: who uses remote desktops and why; key advantages; questions to ask remote desktop suppliers; your handy checklist to buying DaaS.
The advantages of virtualised storage in the UK led to an 83% increase in cloud uptake between 2010 and 2017. By 2020, 83% of enterprise workloads are expected to be in the cloud.Understanding that not all clouds are created equal is the key to finding your perfect cloud solution. Don’t assume that offerings of the same name provide the same experience, though there are some key factors that should be taken into account when choosing your cloud solution, including security, hardware and virtualisation.UKFast delves into the myths surrounding cloud adoption and the basic features to look for in your hosting provider.
Cloud computing has changed the way businesses use the internet. According to LogicMonitor’s Cloud Vision 2020 study, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020.Such statistics are becoming increasingly common while cloud adopters are instantly benefiting from greater versatility, adaptability and scalability. With cloud security still a concern in some areas, which fears are justified? Which can be mitigated? Which are overplayed? And what’s changing in the cloud landscape? UKFast takes a look at the reasons why some businesses are still holding back from the cloud and what can be done to take the fear out of security.
Remote working is one of the biggest modern shifts in business culture, and organisations across sectors are embracing the concept of an unconventional nine-to-five to reap rewards for their business, their employees and their IT department. In fact, 50% of the UK’s workforce will work remotely by 2020. Can you afford to be left behind as the office concept transforms and revolutionises in line with the demands of modern life and a developing tech landscape? Aside from the positive environmental impact, remote working has cost saving advantages and 70% of British office workers say they feel more productive away from the office. This whitepaper explores why the world’s workforce is migrating towards a flexible working strategy, and what advantages remote working offers your business.