Future-proofing, in the cloud

Cloud computing has evolved enormously - and in 2018, the focus will be on how businesses can use it to optimise their data privacy and security, writes Quinton O’Reilly

17th December, 2017
Gavin Lockhart, technical sales consultant for Ergo

As cloud computing continues to be a major part of operations for many businesses, 2017 could be seen as the year where many of its parts became commonplace.

One of which is using the hybrid cloud model, a mixture of private or third-party public cloud and on-premise cloud services, to help with operations. It’s certain that the next year will become a case of refinement and improvement for this, not just the technology, but how much...

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