Majority of enterprise employees access cloud-based applications via mobile devices

07 May 2019

The report found that 72 per cent of firms said the majority of their employees accessed applications and data in the cloud or the data centre via their mobile device

The report found that 72 per cent of firms said the majority of their employees accessed applications and data in the cloud or the data centre via their mobile device

A report by cloud security specialist Zscaler has found that 72 per cent of organisations said the majority of their employees accessed applications and data in the cloud or the data centre on their mobile devices.

The Digital Transformation Report EMEA 2019 also said 29 per cent of companies claimed that number to be more than 75 per cent across the UK, Germany, France, and the Benelux region.

 

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US cloud provider Jamf eases enterprise Brexit fears

07 May 2019

Jamf Premium Cloud will ensure the data of businesses that operate in finance, education and other highly-regulated industries is stored securely and firmly within the region

Jamf Premium Cloud will ensure the data of businesses that operate in finance, education and other highly-regulated industries is stored securely and firmly within the region

US tech company Jamf has introduced its cloud service for Apple management to British servers, so UK enterprises can continue to use it seamlessly post Brexit.

Jamf Premium Cloud on a UK server will help businesses operating in finance, education and other highly-regulated industries, ensure their data is stored securely and firmly within the region.

The service further allows businesses to manage and grant access to IP and network addresses and allow certain users to log into the server without interruption.

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DfE makes cloud recommendation

07 May 2019

Education providers in England have been encouraged to consider moving their IT estate into the cloud by the Department for Education (DfE).

The recommendation came in the form of a new strategy paper for education technology.“We recommend that all education providers actively consider and evaluate the benefits of moving to a cloud-based approach for their IT system (moving away from relying solely on ‘on-site’ servers),” the department said.

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UKCloud receives cash boost for multi-cloud platform expansion

08 April 2019

UKCloud has received a £25m cash boost from Cisco Systems-backed Digital Alpha Advisors to support the expansion of teams and technologies behind the multi-cloud platform.

The public sector IT specialist’s technology was created to provide a secure, scalable and cost-effective cloud platform to drive and aid the digital transformation of public services nationwide.

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