Our aim is to enable our customers to be successful by maximising the potential of existing data and applications. This provides rapid return on investment, reduced costs, improved productivity and efficiency, and the ability to manage operational risk.
Phoenix Datacom continues to grow as the leading independent specialist supplier in the UK and Ireland of products and services related to monitoring, testing and analysis of network performance and security.
As well as delivering efficiency savings, flexible working has the potential to deliver a better work life balance for local government workers. GT magazine talks to Neil Prior, head of Local Government Futures Forum at O2, about sharing its own flexible working experiences, and about its recent research, which examined the wider role of IT as an enabler for change.
Set3 Solutions specialise in the complete suite of tools from ManageEngine, the leading provider of cost-effective enterprise IT management software. The ManageEngine suite offers solutions including Network Management, ITIL HelpDesk, Bandwidth Monitoring, Application Management, Desktop Management, Security Management, Password Management and Active Directory reporting.
Web 2.0, social media, mobility and cloud computing have dramatically changed the IT landscape and introduced new security threats into government networks. Now traditional firewalls are coming up short as protocol and port number classifications have been rendered ineffective in blocking threats. Many applications are now delivered over the Web sharing common ports and HTTP or HTTPS protocols. This effectively leaves traditional firewalls blind to these applications and unable to prioritize productive and secure versus unproductive and potentially insecure traffic.
IA in context: why professionalism in IA is part of the UK Government’s Cyber Security Strategy By Richard Pharro, CEO, The APM Group The UK Cyber Security Strategy, published in November 2011 by The Cabinet Office, states that one of the Government’s key objectives is to encourage, support and develop education for Information Assurance professionals.
In 2011, License Dashboard presented the Cabinet Office with a proposal to save £50 million across UK Government through better software management. It’s an impressive figure, but what’s behind it and how can organisations in the public sector really make substantial savings on their software expenditure?
Diskeeper Corporation’s family of innovative enterprise-class software products for VMware® and Windows® are relied upon by more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies and more than 67% of The Forbes Global 100, as well as thousands of enterprises, government agencies, independent software vendors (ISVs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and home offices worldwide. Their Flagship products include Diskeeper® performance software, V-locity® virtual platform optimizer and Undelete®
iCore is the largest independent IT Service Management Consultancy in the UK. iCore has a long and impressive track record for providing pragmatic consulting solutions that deliver and embed effective IT service delivery and reduce the cost of provisioning the operational services without compromising the experience of the end user.
Efficiency, cost reduction and rapid deployment are all key drivers behind the UK Government’s G-Cloud strategy. The 2011 ICT strategy also identifies the role cloud technologies can play in improving collaborative working and ensuring policy formation and service design are developed in consultation with the public.
NHS Direct recently partnered with an IT Services organisation to channel shift services online resulting in more than £10 million annual savings. This is just one way of how partnering and using the right technology can reduce costs and Improve efficiencies. With budget cuts driving changes in the public sector, organisations are looking at developing more sophisticated channels of providing their services using today’s technology.
New technologies that foster smarter, more agile and productive ways of working are in high demand. Particularly across the government and public sector, with cost efficiency, office consolidations and budget cuts abound.