In spite of the ongoing evolution of cyber security processes and technology, human error is still responsible for 95% of data breaches1. Phishing attacks alone represent a particularly insidious risk, with 91% of organisations experiencing a successful attack in 2021 alone2.
The media sector is amongst the most dynamic and rapidly evolving in the UK, with audiences consuming higher volumes of content than ever before, acro...
Cloud adoption has been rising year by year for some time now, with Gartner predicting this trend to accelerate beyond 2020. It has long moved on from its earliest days, where it was largely regarded as an intriguing concept but unsuitable for enterprise-level applications. Now, with a wide range of options available - including Public, Private and Hybrid solutions - it has become a highly attractive prospect for organisations at all levels, especially against the backdrop of COVID-19 and the resulting advancement of remote working. While these trends are very much the latest stage in a long process of transformation, the pandemic has undoubtedly been the catalyst behind much recent Cloud adoption, as organisations accelerate their journeys towards a distributed workforce.
So, where does that leave us in terms of the biggest question: "Is Cloud right for my organisation?"
The past few months have certainly been challenging for businesses all over the UK - from start-ups to established industry leaders. Organisations have found themselves adapting to the demands of a remote workforce virtually overnight, deploying communications solutions to enable their teams to engage with both each other and their customers. While it's true that this technology has been available for a while now, it has never been deployed at this scale before. This has presented a range of challenges when it comes to infrastructure, but these are only part of the picture.
Award recognises innovative data recovery solutions developed by both companies over the course of a six-year partnership.
Exponential-e, the British Cloud and Network provider, has been recognised by Zerto, an award-winning provider of enterprise IT resilience cloud solutions - as its EMEA Cloud Service Provider of the year for 2019. The accolade recognises the companies' six-year partnership, which has enabled them to collectively build and deliver an industry-leading data recovery and business continuity service for around 3,000 customers.