11 May 2021
Vipre UK & Ireland has released its latest cybersecurity defence bundles, providing businesses with protection at their core, edge or across the entire business network.
The latest packages marry the essential security foundations of e-mail and endpoint protection with the emerging necessities of security awareness training, web access control, protection from misaddressed e-mails, multi-layered DLP and cloud-based VPN.
“The cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, and as the ongoing pandemic presents even more opportunities for hackers to strike, businesses need to implement the right solutions to strengthen their cyber defence strategy,” said Andrea Babbs, UK general manager, Vipre Security.Find out more
11 May 2021
Data centre operators must ensure cooling infrastructure being repaired or replaced is compliant with regulations if extreme heat reaches similar heights to last year, according to a temperature control specialist.
Affecting both the UK and EU, the 2020 F-Gas ban is a requirement of EU Regulation 517/2014 and means no refrigerants with a high global warming potential (GWP) can be used in cooling systems. For European data centres with mechanical cooling systems, this means refurbishment or replacement of aging infrastructure must be compliant with these regulations.Find out more
06 May 2021
The world has been catapulted into a virtual reality at a much faster pace than we ever envisaged and the need to move our day to day lives online, in response to the pandemic, has seen the data centre industry having to respond fast to maintain service and match demand.
Since the age of computers began, the need for effective cooling to keep IT operational has been a much debated topic. At Airedale, we invest heavily into R&D to ensure we meet the objectives and solve the issues faced by data centre managers, both at strategic and operational level. With a wealth of expertise in this field, we can share some of our frequently covered topics of discussion and resolutions.Find out more
06 April 2021
At a time when economic pressures are forcing businesses to sweat their IT assets and do more with less, container technology and Kubernetes can be instrumental. Achieving what is needed can be done by running more applications on fewer servers, bundling and running applications seamlessly and dramatically reducing time to market for new products and services.
Containers are similar to Virtual Machines (VMs), with file systems, central processing units (CPUs) and their own memory, but with the added benefit of being decoupled from the underlying infrastructure, so they are portable. Thus, they offer a new way to build, organise and run cloud applications, which are scalable, agile, faster and quicker to deploy.