Schools are virtually unrecognizable from even 10 years ago, such has been the impact of some of the brilliant learning tools that are now prevalent.
The stereotype of a computer hacker – where all it takes a few minutes of frenzied typing to access and control their target’s digital life – is looking more and more out of date. As organisations of all stripes getting serious about IT security, cybercrime is gaining a physical component.
Whatever the cause of downtime, from cyberattacks and malware to hardware failures and natural catastrophes, having the right plan in place is essential. A good strategy will test your system, prevent loss and recover vital data in the event of a disaster.
Everybody needs a break. After working hard in your business it’s great to take a holiday, but all that good cheer and relaxation will go out the window in a moment if your business suffers an IT disaster while you’re away.
From desktop computers and laptops to tablets and smartphones, equipping your business with all the devices you need to thrive in the digital era can be expensive. It's also difficult to manage a fleet of company-owned devices – most of which require regular updates and often become redundant when the next model is released.
The industrial internet of things promises to be pivotal to the next industrial revolution in manufacturing. How? By harnessing all the power that digital technology offers through artificial intelligence and advanced machine learning. Still very much in its infancy, IoT solutions are already providing manufacturers in every sector with unprecedented opportunities to automate even their most complex processes on an industrial scale.