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Protect yourself against the UK cyber attack

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Stuart Brown - Security - Redcentric

Unless you’ve had your head in the ground, you can’t have failed to have heard that the UK could be the target of the biggest cyber attack ever in the forthcoming week or so. British investigators have been working with …

MPLS versus VPLS – confusion still reigns

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Sean Paxton - InTechnology

In this blog, Sean Paxton helps to clear up the confusion between managed MPLS and unmanaged VPLS.

What you need to consider when migrating SAP data

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chris-mcmahon-redcentric

In this blog, Chris McMahon looks at SAP data migration and discusses five key areas he believes companies should consider to ensure the process runs smoothly.

Cloud myth number 1: No-one puts critical data in the cloud

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Stefan Haase InTechnology

Over the course of a series of blogs, our cloud expert aims to dispel some of the myths surrounding the cloud. In the first blog Stefan Haase looks at the myth that businesses don’t use the cloud to store their “critical data”.

BYOD and MYOD beware – choose CYOD instead

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Richard Allgate - InTechnology

Currently companies supply over 70% of all devices within the enterprise. It is anticipated that, with more companies adopting a CYOD approach, the number of enterprise owned devices will drop dramatically by 2020.

Bigchanges Afoot

Posted by
Simon Michie - Redcentric

I often spend time here talking about the benefits of the cloud for companies of all sizes, so this time I thought that I’d hand over to someone who knows the benefits first hand – one of our customers, Martin …

Talking up a storm – Part Two

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Roy Farrow - InTechnology

Cloud telephony has been credited as driving unified communications (UC) forward but is the reality really so bright or does cloud telephony lack the silver lining. Here in the second of two blogs, Roy Farrow Divisional Product Director of Telephony at InTechnology Managed Services part of Redcentric plc, considers what companies need to be aware of if cloud telephony is to deliver on its promises.

Talking up a storm – Part One

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Roy Farrow - InTechnology

Cloud telephony has been credited as driving unified communications (UC) forward but is the reality really so bright or does cloud telephony lack the silver lining. Here in the first of two blogs, Roy Farrow, Divisional Product Director of Telephony at InTechnology Managed Services part of Redcentric plc, considers the issues with the technology’s business application.

Cloud contingency planning – Head to the middle of the road

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Simon Michie - Redcentric

Another week, and another cloud service provider bites the dust. OK, so I am being a little dramatic, it’s been a few months since the last high profile closure. But whether it’s one day or 100 days, the message remains …

When quality of service is up in the clouds

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Simon Michie - Redcentric

Whenever we talk to new or potential customers, quality of service is always at the top of the list when discussing a move into the cloud. In some cases they’ve put some of their apps or compute resources into the public cloud as a test and it’s failed to deliver on the service levels they require.