Combating cloud’s biggest security risk: the user. The cloud has evolved and no longer defined by an air of silence between those who implement cloud systems and their customers, who are mostly business users. Today, as offerings evolve into more bespoke solutions, loud vendors must deal directly with operations and business leaders.
ICT services provider Elingo has announced its Bronze sponsor of the MyBroadband 2018 Cloud Conference on 13 June at Gallagher Estate.
Things are looking up for local cloud adoption and home-grown content and services will only increase prospects for vendors and fuel demand in the market.
Cloud applications and security in the mines. Traditionally, clients used to put their technology infrastructure on servers at their local premises. They would build a server room and deploy business-critical systems like customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning, and accounting on their local network.
Half of the world’s population will remember a time when dad used to sit with a pile of papers complaining about how confusing and complicated it was changing from one insurance house to another. Only black ink was good enough for completing application forms, which was then sent off in an A4 envelope by post.
The strategic business decision around cloud solutions should not purely be based around cost and flexibility, but a more robust understanding the underlying business drivers.
Long gone are the days where public switch operators control how calls should be routed. For too long telephony was a highly specialised and complex environment, that required a degree in telecommunications.
South Africa is keeping pace with international VOIP trends – within our obvious bandwidth limitations.