And so the RBS, Nat West and Ulster Bank saga rumbles on; reports now suggest that 2m Ulster Bank customers will continue to suffer the effects of the computer glitches into next week. RBS has now taken decisive action and….cancelled its corporate hospitality at Wimbledon, action its customers will surely see as a sign [...]
I have often described cloud computing as a classically disruptive business model, meaning that it effects major changes not only in how things get done, but even in how they are conceived. Notice there, that I didn’t describe cloud computing as a “technology.” The cloud is of course, a technological process, but when looking at [...]
Every analyst firm worth its salt has predicted strong growth in the cloud computing space, and hardly a day goes by that somebody doesn’t write an article about its enormous potential and the millions of pounds that are being spent.
The fact that the cloud market is growing isn’t news—but, the fact that this growth [...]
The combination of the cloud, more sophisticated telecommunications and collaboration technology, and a renewed focus on a business model that keeps core functions in-house and outsources the rest, has given SMBs a whole new attitude.
One thing this convergence of factors has caused, is a concentration of talent. The most [...]
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