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Cloud computing is changing the way public sector organisations operate by enhancing collaboration through agility, flexibility, affordability and scalability. While many public sector organisations are already reaping the rewards of working in a cloud-native environment, many are still hesitant to move to the cloud. UKFast takes a look at the reasons why some public sector organisations haven't yet made the move and what can be done to take the fear out of cloud security.
Regardless of the industry your business operates within, a backup plan is vital. Whilst you can't be prepared for every possible scenario, you can make sure your business is prepared for disaster with a comprehensive recovery plan.
Cyber-attacks are increasing significantly, and not disappearing anytime soon. Stats show that many organisations fail to fully understand the risks and lack an appropriate strategy for defending against malicious threats.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union's (EU) new legislation for the protection of personal data within the EU and beyond. The GDPR introduces new responsibilities for both data controllers and data processors who must be compliant with the legislation's standards by 25th May 2018, or risk fines of up to 4% of your organisation's global annual turnover.
With 2016 firmly in the past, UKFast have compiled our IT and technology predictions for the next 12 months. From the normalisation of the Internet of Things and the introduction of virtual reality to complying with the GDPR, we dive into what 2017 has in store.