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IT Trends 2018: Programmable infrastructure everywhere

The evolution of IT infrastructures is an exciting and complex subject, as it redefines the strategies that support an organisation’s digital aspirations.

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Navigating compliance while your data scales

Hybrid storage models including managed storage are essential in ensuring compliance and scale in an age of increasing regulation.

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BYOA: How businesses can manage the ‘bring your own app’ trend

‘Bring your own app’ (BYOA) – or in other words, employees using third-party applications in the workplace.

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It's 2018! Why do we need a manifesto for smarter working?

Dimension Data is urging employers and employees to agree on the principles of smarter working and has unveiled a ‘Manifesto for Smarter Working’ aimed at addressing cultural barriers.

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Introducing the Dimension Data Manifesto for Smarter Working

Technology has put smarter working within easy reach but company culture remains a hurdle for many. The way many of us work has changed dramatically in recent years.

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The natural evolution of Bring Your Own Application

The concept of Bring Your Own Application (BYOA) may once have been seen as negative, introducing risk and insecurity to the enterprise.

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IT Trends 2018: The evolution of smart buildings into smart workplaces

Going beyond energy savings and security, into ambient intelligence requires big-picture thinking. However complex it may seem, digitisation is imperative  – and it’s happening now.

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What could your future workspace look like?

If you are serious about changing your workspace, you can start by building support for change in your organisation. A good place to fertilise your thinking is the 2017 Digital Workplace report. 

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Can you future-proof your workplace?

Future-proofing is based on predicting likely outcomes and preparing for them in order to both seize new opportunities and to minimise shocks and stresses from events in the future.

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Improve your collaborative power with Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business

Collaboration relies on frequent, clear and constructive communication. With this in mind, Microsoft has announced their vision for intelligent communications.

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How to adapt to the new world of work

The way people work is changing rapidly. In the digital workplace new technology is enabling new workstyles and new work practices.

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