SDWAN Solutions helps UK food sector and Trussell Trust with 'Food for Thought'

05 October 2021

SDWAN Solutions is helping the UK food sector and Trussell Trust

SDWAN Solutions is helping the UK food sector and Trussell Trust

SDWAN Solutions has joined forces with business partner Aruba and to help UK food manufacturers, retailers and logistics companies handle increasingly complex and challenging issues of supply chain disruptions and rapid digital transformation.

A series of events called ‘Food for Thought’ will take place in Manchester, Birmingham and London later this month and will not only educate and inform the attendees, but also enable SDWAN Solutions to support food bank and anti-poverty charity, the Trussell Trust.


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Four steps to protect your data against disaster in the cloud

25 August 2021

Florian Malecki, international product marketing senior director, StorageCraft

Florian Malecki, Senior international marketing director of Arcserve

The recent fire at OVHcloud’s data centre in France has placed huge emphasis on businesses to evaluate the best ways to keep their data safe, Florian Malecki, senior international marketing director of Arcserve, provides guidance on ways to keep data safe for when the worst happens.

Is data truly safe when an organisation moves to the cloud? The recent fire at the OVHcloud’s data centre in France proves that it is not. The fire impacted millions of websites—including government agencies, e-commerce companies, and banks and resulted in a lot of data loss. Some of that data was backed up and saved, but some is now lost forever.

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Lessons from Solarwinds

25 August 2021

Keith Glancey, systems engineering manager, western Europe at Infoblox

Keith Glancey, systems engineering manager, western Europe at Infoblox

The Solarwinds attack took the cybersecurity world by storm last year, making all organisations question the security of their networks. Keith Glancey, systems engineering manager, western Europe at Infoblox offers his tips

ommercial enterprises and government agencies alike have been facing off against a highly sophisticated attack targeting supply chain software. IT company SolarWinds announced in December that monitoring products it released in March and June last year may have been compromised through a “highly-sophisticated, targeted and manual supply chain attack by a nation-state”. FireEye and Cisco are just some of the high-profile companies believed to have been affected by the SolarWinds hack.

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Macmillan Cancer Support moves to the cloud

25 August 2021

Macmillan Cancer Support, one of the largest British charities, has moved its file storage from traditional hardware into the cloud.

Its 1,500 employees can now access standardised information without the need for replication of workflow data, thanks to cloud storage provider, Nasuni.

 

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