Opinion

Preparing for retail re-opening: Be ready and waiting

Andrew Busby, CEO of Retail Reflections advises on what retailers should be considering or putting into place as the current lockdown restrictions finally begin to ease  They haven’t seen a customer for months, and if reports are to be believed, it’s likely that other, unwanted visitors have likely moved in. …

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Seeking an agile journey to the cloud: Is the future automated?

Steve Law, CTO, Giacom, explains how the role of the channel has evolved in supporting end-users through their transition to the cloud, and what the future holds for MSPs who want to add more value to their customers’ cloud adoption. The unprecedented rate of employees that suddenly needed to collaborate remotely …

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Build or partner: Making the right decision for your SaaS application 

Ken Miller, CTO at Panintelligence  discusses how CTO’s can feel more confident in the SaaS tools they invest in.  Acting decisively to solve problems is simply part of the day job for anyone responsible for a SaaS product, true. But every so often, a blue light issue comes in that …

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Top 5 Tech: Target Components, Steve White

Steve White, Target Components’ CTO gives his take on the five eclectic pieces of standout tech in his life. The Transistor I studied electronics at college and then worked in the electronics industry for 10 years designing circuit boards, before making the move into IT. Transistors are at the heart …

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ROUND TABLE: Gaming: Don’t get caught up in the game

Over the last 17 months cyber-criminals are reported to have carried out in the region of 12 billion credential-stuffing attacks against gaming websites. Here PCR talks to gaming security experts, David Emm at Kaspersky and Lars Rensing, at Protokol about why gamers need to have their wits about them. David …

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Why IP matters to the UK video game industry

Andrew White, Partner and UK & European patent attorney and Conor McGuinness, Technical assistant and Trainee patent attorney at intellectual property firm, Mathys & Squire look at the patentability of computer games in Europe and the UK and address the common misconception that computer games are not patentable. It was …

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Don’t get caught up in the game

Over the last 17 months cyber-criminals are reported to have carried out in the region of 12 billion credential-stuffing attacks against gaming websites. Here PCR talks to gaming security experts, David Emm at Kaspersky and Lars Rensing, at Protokol about why gamers need to have their wits about them. David …

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Gaming and security – what are companies doing to keep their customers secure?

Iain Chidgey, VP EMEA for Sumo Logic, talks to PCR about using data to keep customers secure against attacks, and what that means in practice. Sumo Logic is a cloud security provider that works with a lot of big game companies around how they keep their customers and their data …

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Edge computing on the rise

Alan Hayward, Sales and Marketing Manager at SEH Technology explores the growing popularity of edge computing. Although edge computing has been available for almost a decade, only recently has it increased in popularity amongst businesses. It enables large amounts of data to be distributed quickly and efficiently by choosing and …

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Cybercriminals set their sights on gamers amidst lockdown gaming spree

Steve Hicks, Head of Global Sales, BullGuard discusses BullGuard’s Game Booster, a feature of BullGuard Internet Security, which actually boosts system performance for gamers while protecting them The furore that greeted Sony’s withdrawal of the much-touted Cyberpunk 2077 from shop shelves revealed just how mainstream gaming has become. Nine years …

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