Fujitsu is the only technology solutions vendor to appear in three reports from analyst firm Gartner spanning a spectrum of IT infrastructure delivery strategies. Following Gartner’s recent positioning of Fujitsu as a Leader in its 2017 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing (DCO) and Infrastructure Utility Services (IUS) Europe1, Gartner also names Fujitsu in two new reports on the cloud infrastructure market.
With a presence in 48 countries, and more than 30,000 employees around the world, Dimension Data has become a major player notably in the networking, datacenter, cloud and security sectors. Victoria Ward, the HR Director for Europe leads the company's HR strategy execution for the region, whether it is the HR digital transformation or the current development of its employee talent. HR One met with her as she was visiting Dimension Data’s team in Luxembourg. We discussed the implementation of a new Human Resources Information System (HRIS), but also employer branding and Dimension Data's learning and innovative mindset.
The past nine days of the Tour de France have delivered intense racing and many dramatic ups and downs to thrill the fans. Here’s what it all looked like in data. This year’s peloton has already covered 1,596.5 km of the route, offering more than enough dramatic action for us to reflect on. From the crash-marred opening time trial to a brutal stage 9 climb in the mountains… here are the data insights Dimension Data has gathered.
Rencontre avec Jacques Toulout, Territory Manager BeLux chez VEEAM, pour aborder les résultats de leur dernière étude VEEAM Availability Report 2017. Questionnant les difficultés rencontrées par les entreprises pour amorcer leur transformation numérique et innover, l'étude propose d'examiner les conséquences réelles de l'indisponibilité des services sur les objectifs de l'entreprise.
Aljomaih Holding Company, one of the top 10 investment groups in Saudi Arabia, called upon eProseed's expertise to assist in the migration of its Oracle E-Business Suite environment to Oracle SuperCluster, the most secure and powerful platform for Oracle database and application consolidation.
By now you may have heard of GDPR, the new European General Data Protection Regulation. It’s a complex, and evolving piece of legislation that comes into effect in May 2018. It doesn’t matter whether your organization has any presence in the EU, or where your applications and data are processed and stored. If your organization holds or controls any data about an EU citizen, then you need to start thinking about being compliant with GDPR … and the sooner, the better.
When you think of data breaches, you probably think of anonymous attackers tapping into your secure network via malware and accessing confidential data from afar (remember the ransomware WannaCry?). But a new Dell survey shows that an equally concerning threat may exist right within your walls.
Par Renaud Vanderoost. La Réglementation Générale sur la Protection des Données (GDPR) sera applicable à tous les membres de l’Union européenne dès le 25 mai 2018. Chaque pays sera soumis aux mêmes obligations de protection des données à caractère personnel (nom, numéros de téléphones, numéro comptes bancaires, codes d’accès à des applications en ligne,…). La volonté du législateur est d’harmoniser la règle entre les différents pays de l’UE pour combattre plus efficacement la « violation de données personnelles » c’est-à-dire leur destruction, perte, altération ou divulgation.
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have a global impact when it goes into effect on May 25, 2018, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner predicts that by the end of 2018, more than 50 percent of companies affected by the GDPR will not be in full compliance with its requirements.