Business Article Archive

  • It's one of the top buzzwords, but before you jump on the virtualisation bandwagon, make sure that you know what you're getting into. Frank Boesche explains that you need to be careful as you make your way into a virtual world.
  • Ross Parker, regional director, Northern Europe, FalconStor asks what businesses should require of data protection solutions.
  • There might be empty slots in the racks, but getting the right combination of power, cooling, weight, space and network connections can be like waiting for the planets to align.
  • Almost two million PCs are being trashed every year in the UK. Computer reuse and recycling are very low, but a new law looks set to change this. Justin Richards caught up with Tony Roberts, chief executive of Computer Aid International, to find out more about the whole green computing issue.
  • Alasdair Kilgour, managing director of CommVault UK and Ireland looks at email archiving.
  • Drake Pruitt, CEO Bocada look at applying service principles to data protection.
  • Luther Martin of Voltage Security looks at a parallel between the market for IT and a Dutch auction.
  • Google's 'Froogle' service compares cheapest internet sources for common consumer items. Business continuity solution economics prove harder to evaluate. Ian Hammond, CEO of Criticall, gives his top ten affordable continuity must-haves.
  • Enterprise content management (ECM) technologies will underpin the compliance strategy of every organisation, from financial services through to public sector, but it's not just about compliance says Ben Richmond, managing director, The Content Group.
  • Keith Tilley, managing director UK and senior vice president Europe for SunGard Availability Services, looks at the IT challenges in moving from the warehouse to the shelves.

Arabian Computer News

Business analysis: the catalyst for business change
The business analyst is emerging as a force for change, bridging the traditional gap between IT and business, writes Erik Bernsten, Regional Director, Middle East, BCS The Chartered Institute for IT.
Taken from Arabian Computer News (November 2013).