IT, telecoms and cloud services provider Daisy Group has scooped a prestigious award for innovation from global software giant BMC.
Announced at the annual BMC Exchange event in London, the award recognises key achievements by Daisy Group in automating vital processes that protect hundreds of its mid-market customers from critical service interruptions.
Daisy Group CEO Neil Muller has placed customer adoption of cloud technology at the centre of his strategy to power the success and growth of UK business.
Addressing more than 1,500 delegates at Microsoft’s prestigious ‘Future Decoded’ event at London’s Excel (Wednesday), Muller described cloud as “a better and fundamentally new way of doing things.” And he called on businesses of all sizes to switch on to the transformational opportunities cloud technology presents.
Leading managed services provider selects Microsoft cloud platform to fuel modernisation programme
Microsoft today announces that Daisy Group, a leading managed services provider, has adopted Microsoft Azure as part of a modernisation programme to reshape both the business and the services it offers to customers.
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For many businesses one of the key obstacles to embracing cloud computing, especially public cloud platforms, is security. But now researchers at the University of Camerino have published a paper which outlines a potential solution which could also be the next natural evolutionary step for the cloud as a whole, according to Tech Radar.
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Cloud computing is increasingly being harnessed by firms in the UK to cut costs and optimise productivity, enabling the nation’s businesses to earn praise in a new European Commission report when compared with their continental contemporaries, according to the Inquirer.
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Cloud computing has long been touted as the most important and influential technology to enter the market in recent years, although the latest figures from IDC suggest that it currently generates a tiny fraction of the total amount spent on IT each year.
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2016 has been a rough year for a variety of reasons, but from a business point of view one persistent issue has been ensuring continuity in the face of unforeseen circumstances.
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Most councils across the country are exhibiting a degree of reticence with relation to cloud adopting, since a new study from Eduserv found that it is common for at least two data centres to be operated by a typical local government organisation, according to the Register.
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The latest report from Gartner has revealed that up to a trillion dollars (£761 million) of IT spending will be influenced by cloud computing by the end of the decade, according to Information Age.
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