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Open Banking and PSD2 are shaping the future of Fintech. At Yolt Technology Services, we provide businesses with the banking connectivity they need to become a success in this new financial landscape.
Migrating to the cloud offers several advantages, such as faster application deployment, instant storage and workload versatility. At the same time, the cloud presents unique security challenges.
Business downtime caused by natural disasters or human error is costly when mission-critical applications and data are not recoverable.
Intelligent automation is here and gaining traction with organisations across all industries. So many companies are already seeing the benefits – improved service levels, employee morale.
Rubrik is the world’s first Cloud Data Management platform that delivers data protection, search, analytics, and copy data management to hybrid cloud enterprises.
Simplify your vendor evaluation with The Forrester Wave™: Data Resiliency Solutions, Q3 2019, in which Rubrik was named a Leader.
As the global workforce embraces a new remote work reality, it’s more important than ever
Despite the rapid rise of technology across all areas of life, humans remain at the heart of business, and at the centre of customer service and experience.
Compelled by the evolution of technology, building owners are feeling the growing demand to build data-driven enterprises, lower operating costs, and nurture a new generation of employees.
Remote working is increasingly common. In 2019, over two-thirds of U.K. companies said they had a flexible working policy, allowing at least some of their employees to work remotely. For many workers, especially flexi-workers, remote working is the new normal.
Cloud adoption has become a vital part of an enterprise’s IT strategy. Yet migrating existing legacy applications comes with its own set of challenges. Businesses need to find the right balance and identify the best-fit approach for the migration journey, whether it is re-hosting, replatforming or refactoring.
The current environment has meant that many businesses are having to reassess their cloud strategy to ensure they have the correct infrastructure in place to reliably support critical business functions. For many, this means having to manage a Hybrid Cloud infrastructure.
No matter the size, industry or location, every business shares certain core objectives. These include growing revenue, reducing risk, lowering expenses, increasing customer and employee satisfaction, adhering to compliance regulations, and so on.