Opinion

Smart Station tech and IoT-driven workflows ease understaffing

Britain’s rail network is understaffed, and this issue isn’t going anywhere fast; rail companies need to invest in the Internet of Things (IoT), adaptive software, and real-time data to help fill the gaps, says Chris Chinnapan, Sector Director at mpro5. Staffing has been a permanent issue for the last few …

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Building secure and reliable networks

In the past couple of years, cybercrime has increased by 600 per cent, according to cloud technology publication Cloudwards. Cloudwards also shows that phishing is the most widespread method of cyberattack, with more than 65 per cent of American companies falling victims to it every year. Here Marcin Bala, CEO …

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Keeping EdTech tools connected in an evolving learning environment

Will Liu, Managing Director of TP-Link UK explores how to simplify tech integration into the classroom. As one of the first sectors to be called back, Education has been hit by continuous disruption and uncertainty. There isn’t a teacher in the land who hasn’t experienced some form of ‘hybrid’ learning …

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Why the cybersecurity market is poised for an MSSP explosion in 2022 and how the channel can capitalise on this.

Daniel Hurel, Vice President of Westcon Cyber Security & Next Gen Solutions, EMEA explains why the ground is set for MSSPs to experience meteoric growth in 2022 and how businesses can capitalise on this trend. Cybersecurity has become a major priority for businesses of all shapes and sizes in recent …

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Why your business success is in the hands of development and operations

Alex Lane, Revenue Growth Manager at zsah discusses why it is crucial to implement DevOps into your business not only to survive but to thrive. One of the biggest headaches of any IT leader today is managing cross-functional teams to develop and deploy software in good time. Not only does …

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Brands and buyers: Can we turn a relationship on the rocks into a match made in heaven?

BURNOUT, stress, and overwhelming busyness are just some of the issues facing buyers in the UK’s major retailers, as post-pandemic staff shortages and an extraordinary number of new F&B brands looking for a place on supermarket shelves has placed them under increased duress. With experience growing forward-thinking brands such as Shreddy and …

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Gamers: A Lucrative Audience for Advertisers Who Play by the Rules

Chris Blight, VP Demand at Anzu explores how to appeal to the target audience with in-game advertising. Anyone who has taken a mere glance at the gaming and esports world knows that the face of a gamer is no longer the unsocial teenager seeking a safe haven from the daily …

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Enabling the modern channel through partner programme evolution

Christopher Wellbelove, Senior Marketing Consultant, Partner Plus at BT Wholesale explores enabling the modern channel through partner programme evolution. Digital transformation and its promised benefits are motivating businesses to adapt. This statement is also true when it comes to channel partners, who are eager to collaborate with experts and integrate …

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eSIMs – The Connectivity Future? 

Mike van Bunnens, Managing Director of Comms365 explains how eSIMS offer end users the ability to swap between mobile operators without having to physically remove and replace the SIM, which in turn, ensures more flexibility, choice, reduced costs and faster deployment. In theory, eSIMs offer end users the ability to …

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Head in the Cloud: Why it’s time for businesses to come down to earth

Jesse Stockall, Chief Architect at Snow Software explores the common myths and misconceptions surrounding cloud deployment and the steps that businesses and IT leaders must take in order to reap success from the cloud. Amidst the widescale transition to hybrid working, the cloud proved its worth, with the flexibility and …

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