Infrastructure



The complexity of data sovereignty in a multi-polar world
Issue 6 2023
The importance of data sovereignty and security creates complexity in a world where sharing such information across borders generates huge social and economic benefits, says Andrew Cruise, Managing Director of Routed.

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Securing the hybrid cloud is a balancing act
Issue 6 2023, Security Services & Risk Management
Advanced threat protection and overall cybersecurity management are often at the front and centre of an organisation’s approach to modernised cybersecurity, especially in hybrid cloud environments.

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SA demand for managed services is growing
Issue 6 2023, News & Events
A new study commissioned by Cisco and conducted by Canalys shows South Africa’s IT channel partners increased their revenue from managed services by 17,7% in 2022, with EMEA growth set to be 12% by 2025.

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The benefits of software-based deduplication for data optimisation
Issue 6 2023
Effective data management solutions are crucial as organisations struggle with increasing amounts of data. Software-based deduplication offers a promising way to revolutionise data optimisation.

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Electronic Document Centre uses Synology
Issue 6 2023, Asset Management
Electronic Document Centre (EDC), a semi-government company operating under Emirates Post Group, opted for Synology to streamline its data management infrastructure. This decision has led to improved operational efficiency and enhanced collaboration.

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BCX launches Africa Local Public Cloud
Issue 6 2023, Editor's Choice, News & Events
BCX, a digital systems integrator in South Africa, announced the launch of its Africa Local Public (ALP) Cloud service, which marks a significant stride in BCX's mission to deliver innovative technology solutions to businesses across the continent.

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Rack-mounted, three-phase online UPS
Issue 6 2023, Security Services & Risk Management, Products & Solutions
The new Eaton 93PX 15-20 kVA UPS combines high efficiency with a compact footprint, lower TCO, and improved cybersecurity to provide stable power for critical IT, industrial, manufacturing, and medical applications.

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Automated, real-time traffic analysis and ML-based mitigation
Issue 6 2023, Products & Solutions
NetScout Systems has launched Adaptive DDoS Protection for its Arbor Threat Mitigation System (TMS) to dramatically improve the detection of distributed attacks that dynamically change vectors and target numerous destination IP addresses at once.

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Five reasons why your board should push cybersecurity ‘boundaries’
Issue 6 2023, Security Services & Risk Management
From a technological perspective, micro-segmentation of your IT security environment can be viewed as a way to identify, isolate and curtail the reach of any threat – even once it is in your network.

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Plan to use AI? Get your data ready
Issue 6 2023, Integrated Solutions
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is often perceived as an intelligent system that can handle any task. However, this notion crumbles when the AI is given poorly formatted or incorrect data. You cannot simply provide a few spreadsheets or databases to AI and expect it to work flawlessly.

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The future of innovative business lies at the edge
Issue 6 2023
Connectivity issues previously limited Edge's potential, but innovations like 5G and IoT have made it seamless. The data generated by connected devices enhances analytics, and AI improves customer experiences.

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AI-powered cyber protection for consumers
Issue 6 2023, Information Security
Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office is designed for the evolving landscape of cyber threats by integrating Acronis' cyber protection and secure backup solutions, combining AI-powered defence mechanisms, robust data backup, remote management tools, and mobile device protection.

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Paratus signs re-seller agreement with Starlink for Africa
Issue 6 2023, News & Events
Pan-African telco and network services provider Paratus Group announced it has entered an agreement as a distributor for Starlink’s high-speed services across the African continent, available immediately in Mozambique, Kenya, Rwanda and Nigeria.

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What is the 3-2-1 rule
Issue 6 2023
Data corruption is a bit like a car accident. It does not happen often to a person, but when it does, even a minor fender bender can create inconvenience, and a major smash can cause months, even years, of problems.

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Undersea cable incidents highlight need for network resilience
Issue 6 2023
South Africa's undersea cable network is an indispensable digital lifeline, tethering the country to the global digital community. Daily, these cables process terabytes of data, underpinning near every local sector.

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Secure backup strategies imperative for business continuity
Issue 6 2023, Information Security
Cybercrime is on the rise, and businesses need to adjust how they manage their data to fend off attackers, or risk irreparable damage, writes Lisa Strydom, Senior Manager Channel and Alliance for Africa at Veeam Software.

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The state of edge security report
Issue 6 2023, News & Events
Edge computing has grown from being a niche use case in a handful of industries to offering a major opportunity for enterprises across industries to spread computing power around the world.

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Managing the allure of Azure (without the costs)
Issue 6 2023
Microsoft Azure has proven an appealing digital solution for organisations wanting to embed digital and embrace digital transformation, but the cost has to be carefully managed.

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Migrating to the cloud? Beware the many hurdles
Issue 6 2023, Security Services & Risk Management
While there are undoubtedly many benefits, there are also numerous hurdles to cloud adoption. Some of the biggest challenges revolve around managing cloud spend, understanding the cost components of cloud infrastructure, and how those costs can scale.

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How managed services keep the edge ecosystem afloat
Issue 6 2023
A survey by the Uptime Institute found that the impact of data centre downtime has grown in severity, making the availability (of data centres), at the core and at the edge, a key concern for organisations.

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