Category Archives: Consumerisationof IT

2013: The Year in Review
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In many ways 2013 has been a pivotal year for businesses: the UK economy entered its first truly stable period of growth in over five years and organisations are now becoming far more optimistic about the future.  Technology trends such … Continue reading

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SunGard Announces Business Trends for 2014: Increased Collaboration Looks Set to Help Deliver the Available Enterprise
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SunGard Availability Services, the pioneer and leading provider of Information Availability services, has revealed its top five predictions for 2014 as businesses look to drive availability and establish an ‘All-time™’ mentality both at a customer and enterprise level.   The … Continue reading

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Delivering All-Time Availability – Top Trends for 2014
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With 2013 almost at an end, our thoughts can’t help but turn to the year ahead. This time last year we predicted that, among other things, the growth of BYOD, the influence of ‘Big Data’ and the rise of mobile … Continue reading

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SunGard Announces Major UK and European Data Centre Expansions
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Aims to deliver All-time™ levels of Information Availability to customers, regardless of location London, UK: 28th November, 2013 – SunGard Availability Services, the pioneer and leading provider of Information Availability services, today announces a tranche of activities which have significantly … Continue reading

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The ‘All-Time’ Era: Why IT Investment is No Longer a Luxury
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Recently, whilst collaborating on a new research document with an overseas colleague during my morning commute, it suddenly hit me just how much the culture of working technology has changed. Within only a few years our expectations of IT have … Continue reading

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Cloud Computing: The Path to Transforming the Workplace
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You don’t need to be a business or technology expert to see that cloud computing is having a profound effect on some of our working practices. It’s hard to overestimate the significance of this culture change: just as businesses needed … Continue reading

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IT Transformation Tops UK CIO Agenda
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Research from SunGard Availability Services reveals plans for technology refresh in the next 36 months to support business growth and satisfy demand for mobile working policies Key findings: 36 month countdown: 78% of organisations plan to undertake a technology overhaul … Continue reading

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Have we reached a turning point in how businesses manage resilience?
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We recently announced our annual analysis of major business disruptions in the UK, which aims to give an idea of the resilience landscape and how organisations are delivering this. This year’s results were significant, with overall disruptions dropping by over … Continue reading

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What drives availability?
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When it comes to the technology we rely on to do our jobs or get on with our daily lives, we are much like toddlers in one respect: we want it and we want it now! If we can’t do … Continue reading

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