Moving to the Cloud: some considerations

Strategy The reasons why your company wants to move to the Cloud can vary. Maybe your data center is approaching its end-of-life and instead of investing in upgrading or replacing legacy appliances and infrastructure, you would like to decommission the data centers and migrate workloads… L’article Moving to the Cloud: some considerations est apparu en premier sur ICT Experts Luxembourg. ICT Experts Luxembourg


Votre fournisseur de Cloud est-il conforme à la GDPR ?

Le règlement général de protection des données de l’Union européenne (GDPR) entrera en vigueur le 25 mai 2018 dans toute l’Europe. Les entreprises disposent de 6 mois pour s’assurer que leurs opérateurs et fournisseurs de services Cloud satisfont bien les nouvelles exigences du législateur. Quelles obligations s’appliquent au Cloud ? A qui incombent ces nouvelles responsabilités ? Eclairage sur les points de vigilance.   Le nouveau règlement européen nommé GDPR vise à améliorer la sécurité des données personnelles. Il précise aux entreprises de quelle manière elles doivent gérer les données de leurs clients, employés ou partenaires. La GDPR s’applique à toutes les entreprises dont les activités concernent l’Espace économique européen. Sont considérées comme des données personnelles toutes les informations qui permettent d’identifier directement ou indirectement un individu, dans sa vie privée, professionnelle ou publique : nom, photo, adresse e-mail, coordonnées bancaires, informations médicales, achats, adresses IP, etc. Vos données sont stockées dans le Cloud ? Vous utilisez des services SaaS ? Il est temps de vous assurer que vos fournisseurs de services sont en conformité avec la nouvelle règlementation. Les contrats, services et process vont en effet devoir être revus pour répondre aux exigences de la GDPR. La règlementation s’applique quel que soit le lieu de stockage des données, sur papier ou sur des serveurs…


Digium Named to CRN 2016 Cloud Partner Program Guide

We are proud to announce that Digium has been named in the CRN 2016 Cloud Partner Program Guide! CRN’s Cloud Partner Program Guide is a compilation of the leading cloud The post Digium Named to CRN 2016 Cloud Partner Program Guide appeared first on Inside the Asterisk. Inside the Asterisk


UCaaS security flying high in the cloud

Security is a perennial bugbear. One of those topics nobody likes talking about but everybody has to, especially when it drifts into largely unchartered territory – such as a cloud environment. But with cloud becoming the obvious choice for enterprise application delivery, the as-a-service model also seems natural to apply to Unified Communications (UC). There’s no shortage of research that will tell you how rapidly UC is set to be adopted: something like 56 per cent of enterprises and 66 per cent of SMEs plan to implement or upgrade UC within the next year, but there is still some trepidation, and much of it is around security. You might consider that these concerns come from the ‘old guard’, those who are reluctant to embrace new technology, as the adoption of UC is being driven by Millennials, eager to use the high end consumer devices they are familiar with in a work environment. But Millennials will also make up almost half of the global workforce within the next five years, so business has to move with the times. Depending on the size of the organisation, the top concerns around UC are either security or cost. For organisations larger than 1,000 employees, security is the top concern, according to IDG’s Unified Communications…


Blog Series: Business Challenges solved by Cloud CollaborationPart 1 – Connecting Highly Mobile Employees

In this four-part blog series we’ll explore the top business challenges solved by cloud-based video collaboration. Part one focuses on connecting highly mobile employee roles that can be found in any industry, like field sales, field services, and consultants. And some industries have even greater needs for reliable mobile collaboration, like manufacturing, oil & gas, and healthcare. As organizations seek to optimize field operations, the adoption of BYOD mobile collaboration is expanding. According to a recent report published by Nemertes Research1, 32.5% of enterprise employees now use WLAN, cellular, or other forms of wireless as their primary network technology. This ups the ante when it comes to video-enabling mobile users for business collaboration, because mobile and wireless networks are often unpredictable in terms of performance. The definition of mobile video collaboration is expanding as well: mobile collaboration is no longer limited to smartphones and tablets. There are emerging mobile use cases, like “see-what-I-see” field services applications leveraging smart glasses, drones and more. According to ABI Research2 the enterprise wearables market is exploding and expected to reach $ 18 billion by 2019. Many IT managers are turning to cloud to video-enable mobile devices for employees. But not every video conferencing cloud is the same when it comes to delivering video that…