09 July 2021
SD-WAN provider Fusion Broadband has expanded into Equinix, which will give it a significantly larger global footprint and enable it "to offer customers enhanced performance and more advanced connectivity options".
Equinix is a digital infrastructure company operating more than 220 data centres in 26 countries on five continents.
As the networking requirements of global businesses become more sophisticated, Fusion Broadband identified a need to support their customers’ growth by leveraging Equinix and offering greater WAN connectivity through direct access to a multitude of cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, Google, IBM, Alibaba and Oracle.Find out more
01 July 2021
Research carried out by online fax solution, eFax, has revealed reliance upon outdated, insecure & expensive legacy fax servers as organisations move to enable their hybrid workforce
It found that over a third (35%) of UK IT decision-makers admit their organisation still rely upon on-premise fax servers. Meanwhile, the majority of UK IT decision-makers (89%) plan to move away from a reliance upon on-premise fax servers, as a direct result of enabling a new hybrid workforce to securely send and sign vital documents and paperwork.
18 June 2021
What was your big career break?
• Back in 1993, I was offered the opportunity to establish SAP in Portugal. I took it, starting as a consultant in a small part of what was this gigantic company. Through hard work, we established a foothold in the market. I evolved to become SAP’s president of Latin America, later President of EMEA and, finally, global president services and corporate Officer. It was the ride of a lifetime. I worked 20 years at SAP and have been privileged to meet with talented people and witness technological revolutions. That experience has shaped me as both an executive and on a personal level.
Who was your hero when you were growing up?
09 June 2021
Smart agriculture and organic farming are two trends strongly linked. In the United Kingdom are walking hand in hand for a while to improve competitiveness of small producers.
Senseye, a UK software company focused on prognostics and conditions monitoring, decided to develop a project with organic farmers to increase their crops and make them sustainable.
Since the beginning, the Senseye engineer team detected a lack of freely available public data in matter of agriculture issues, so they decided that it was necessary to work elbow to elbow with farmers and deploy a sensor network around the country to collect data.Find out more