The NIS2 Directive is a recently released set of cybersecurity guidelines and requirements established by the European Union (EU) to improve the overall level of cybersecurity across its member states.
VPN Technology has been around for years now, (in fact the first ever VPNs were introduced back in 1996) since then, they have allowed enterprises with remote workforces, such as on-the-road salespeople, to enable those remote workers to access corporate assets on the corporate network from remote locations.
The news that retail giant Intu is at the point of calling in the administrators is yet another blow to an already suffering retail sector. For a shopping mall giant to reach potential bankruptcy (or perhaps more likely, be seeking a bail-out from the government or private sector) it becomes all too apparent that if they go, they may well take other retailers with them.
From mothballed global supply chains to shuttered high streets, and now deserted and locked shopping centres, retail is looking to make cost savings across every facet of their operations, from the shop floor to head office, logistics to buying – and that’s where we can help save potentially millions!
We love Halloween. Not just because the SDWAN SOLUTIONS’ ‘wear your Halloween mask to work competition’ is such a laugh, but because it gives us the perfect platform to show how SD-WAN should form part of your digital transformation strategy for 2020, so that your network doesn’t go CRASH in the night! Our blog explains which Halloween Howlers your business should avoid on pain of a grisly network death with our ‘based-on-fact’ stories… but of course, Shhhh, we mention no names!
No matter what time of the year everyone needs telecommunications and network technologies that will future-proof their business, maximise productivity and save time and money. Here we give insights into what went wrong for some SD-WAN vendors and their unfortunate customers and suggest ways you can get all the benefits of SD-WAN for your business without getting the heebie-jeebies!
There are many technological challenges for the non-profit sector, but we have long disputed the 2017 Select Committee Report findings that, overall, claims charities are somehow falling short in the technology stakes.
So convinced are we that charities are more than willing to adopt new technology that (like SD-WAN) will save money, make online donating more secure and allow for uber-fast download of some of the most compelling video stories on the entire Net, that we’re offering charities.
This blog looks at cloud and multi-cloud access options available as part of an sd-wan network design, compares the options available in the current market and introduces smarter ways of working to help you achieve your network goals.
As the Chief Technology Officer at SDWAN Solutions Toby Sturridge has had a stellar year, beating numerous Silicon Valley based technology giants, such as Google and Cisco, to invent and launch the world’s first ever SDWAN Cloud, and seeing the company shortlisted in ‘The One to Watch’ category of Comms Business Annual Awards.
Here, he predicts the technology trends, insights and innovations in the retail sector that will not only change the way retailers sell, but also change the way consumers shop, forever.
SDWAN Solutions Ltd launched the world’s first SDWAN Cloud on 5th April 2019 to great acclaim. SDWAN Cloud allows a single site on an SD-WAN real time access to every IaaS and SaaS instance and to over 250 data centres, globally – a real breakthrough for multi-cloud customer environments and a visionary, next generation product for an industry only just into mainstream adoption in the UK.
We still hear that old chestnut “But we’ve always done it this way” – especially when it comes to adapting a current WAN to an SD-WAN solution., how can you be sure that your IT provider is skilled enough to offer the solution that is ultimately best suited to you?
With so many options available for SD-WAN, how can you be sure that your IT provider is skilled enough to offer the solution that is ultimately best suited to you?
Most SD-WAN solutions are provided to end customers by Telcos, managed service providers or IT consultancies / resellers. With so many SD-WAN options available to the IT Channel, you need to be sure that your IT partner is suitably qualified and is following the SD-WAN industry guidelines to ensure you get the most benefit from your SD-WAN network.