Seeing through multiple cloud environments with ThousandEyes

04 September 2018

Organisations using multiple cloud environments now have the ability to measure and visualise app and network-layer performance metrics on a cloud-to-cloud, internet-to-cloud and inter-region basis. 

With the release of its Network Intelligence service, ThousandEyes says organisations will be able to monitor cloud-based applications and services using any combination of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azureand Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

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CITIC Telecom CPC claims SD-WAN “breakthrough”

28 August 2018

CITIC Telecom CPC claims to have launched a “unique” SD-WAN platform to boost European business networks. 

Hong Kong-based CITIC CPC provides ICT and managed services to markets in Asia, Europe and America. 

Its network is said to include more than 140 PoPs, more than 45 cloud service and data centres, as well as two security operations centres. 

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AI will help government distinguish emotions in digital content

28 August 2018

All UK government organisations now have access to a cloud service which is said to establish a new approach to privacy and security on the social web. 

After being awarded all 10 G-Cloud frameworks, web science company FlyingBinary has released the Artificial Emotional Intelligence service to users of the government’s digital marketplace.

The firm will deploy EMRAYS' EMOTION_AIengine to help 39,000 government organisations better understand the dynamics of emotions on the social web and in the mass media space.

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Four million UK businesses vulnerable to losing company data

13 August 2018

The survey asked 514 UK businesses about their approaches to data backups and storage. SOURCE: BEAMING & OPINIUM 2018

The survey asked 514 UK businesses about their approaches to data backups and storage. SOURCE: BEAMING & OPINIUM 2018

Almost a million UK businesses do not backup their company data, according to research commissioned by Beaming.

The business ISP also found that a further 2.8 million firms risk losing valuable information by storing electronic copies in the same location as the original data.

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