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Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has led some data professionals to think that they will no longer be affected by EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) due to come into force in 2018.

Leading Kiwi technology companies strengthen long-standing relationship and product integration.

The public sector is under great pressure to reduce spending, increase efficiencies and adopt cloud models, transforming service delivery. Despite the benefits, cloud computing presents worrying hurdles relating to Interoperability, data security, governance and cost.

Expands Data Protection to the Cloud, Across Physical and Virtual Systems, and onto Mobile Devices with Support for 15 Platforms, including Microsoft, Amazon, Android, Apple, Linux, and VMWare vSphere

Certification enables companies to easily migrate licences from hardware-based systems to any of Interoute’s 16 global cloud locations

Exponential-e offers scalable object-based storage that guarantees data sovereignty at a fraction of competitor costs

UNITED KINGDOM – 19 July 2016 – VIRTUS Data Centres (VIRTUS), the UK’s fastest growing data centre provider, today announced the latest member of the first national shared data centre for research and education, offered by UK higher, further education and skills’ digital services and solutions organisation, JiscJaneJane. The University of Bristol joins 16 education and research establishments already benefiting from the shared facility at VIRTUS’ LONDON4.

Independent research with CIPFA across 45 local authority CEOs and CFOs found that: 

One of the biggest challenges the typical IT organisation faces today is that the systems they have in place are not agile enough to keep up with the rapidly changing needs of the business. It may take a few minutes to provision a virtual machine.

More and more organisations are looking to move to cloud to benefit from scalability, cost reduction and the ability to launch new service offerings fast. The dynamic nature of cloud however necessitates security and compliance controls that frankly can be daunting.

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