Covid-19 has changed the way we work. The shift to remote working created a sharp rise in businesses embracing messaging and cloud collaboration platforms like Teams. These tools continue to be used after the lockdowns.
If you’re using the Microsoft suite of services, you probably have a good grasp of why direct connections to the Microsoft cloud are beneficial. However, as our team dived into conversations with customers looking to use ExpressRoute, we noticed there’s some misunderstanding around its suitability for accessing Office 365 and Teams.
If you have already considered deploying SD-WAN, you'll likely be aware of the more obvious benefits this new technology brings; and the fact it has matured to the point where you no longer need to feel your business is taking risks with early adoption of bleeding edge technology.
Last year Fortinet’s global security strategist, Derek Manky, put forward his 2017 cyber-security predictions. In this “intelligent, autonomous and difficult to detect” were the words he used to describe the next generation of malware.
IoT or the “Internet of Things” is expected to grow to around 50 Billion connected devices by 2020, if you’re anything like me you scratch your head and wonder; how, or even why?
Today, I found myself pondering what a diverse and exciting telecommunications industry I work in. Just this morning I was discussing with colleagues what a game changer Kordia’s new 100G North Island DWDM fibre network is.
Eating your own dog food; sipping the company champagne; or eating our own caviar as I prefer, are all terms used to describe a company using its own services to test and promote their products.
I spent Christmas at my parents place in Nelson this year. This simple family holiday away highlighted to me a bunch of first world technology related issues that made me yearn for the simpler life.
I was looking at the number of Christmas cards on the side table at my home. In past years there would be numerous cards from friends and family, quite a number from people I only hear from at Christmas.