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Skills every DevOps engineer needs

Tuesday 25 September 2018

DevOps is all about delivering features and capability to the organisation more efficiently by eliminating segregated development and operations. But with demand for DevOps engineers on a seemingly never ending upwards trajectory what separates a good DevOps engineer from the subpar? We’ve compiled a list of some keys qualities every DevOps engineer should have.   

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7 top steps for you to have a successful day at IP EXPO Europe

Tuesday 25 September 2018

Getting the most from your 2 days is very important, these 7 steps will help you to get your exhibition strategy started or to fine tune it so that you can return to the office feeling inspired.

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Strengthen & Simplify Access Controls

Tuesday 25 September 2018

Lock down your desktops and your doors

A unified access management infrastructure, based on Microsoft Active Directory, allows user-activity information to be combined to prevent access exceptions in real-time; protecting data and supporting compliance requirements by restricting access to within secure locations.

Additionally, a unified design simplifies overall system architectures and streamlines permissions administration tasks.

See live demonstrations on stand D16 at IPEXPO 2018.

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How flexible should a managed print service be?

Tuesday 25 September 2018

Managed Print Services (MPS) are often agreed as 3-5 year contracts. In this time, it’s possible for your business to change in terms of size, objectives, location, number of offices, culture and a number of other ways.

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Collaboration in Microsoft Office 365

Tuesday 25 September 2018

 “Collaboration” has become something of a buzzword in recent years, hot on the heels of “digital transformation” which went before it. But like most IT innovations that deliver benefits for your clients, this excitement is warranted.

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What’s the key to a better cyber threat detection?

Tuesday 25 September 2018

Cyber security technologies are good at data collection – they collect logs and feeds from the entire infrastructure stack. But, whilst the signs of a breach are incorporated within that data, the reality is that it is so vast that it is becoming really hard to determine what is actually malicious, and what needs further analysis. Cyber criminals are, of course, taking advantage of this.

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