Paul Nicholson, director, Product Marketing at A10 Networks, discusses how businesses can leverage a multi-cloud strategy to improve IT operations and provide better services to their customers.
Data is now the common denominator which sits across everything organisations do. Whether it’s driving the day-to-day activities or providing new insights which shape the thinking around some of humanity’s biggest questions, data augments and empowers human intelligence, Michael Cade, senior global technologist at Veeam Software.
Legacy power and distribution grids can no longer cope with multiple types of energy producers and consumers, making them vulnerable in the short term as they are transformed, explains Maher Jadallah, regional director – Middle East at Tenable.
Gamal Emara, country manager UAE at Aruba, discusses the impact on productivity as a result of people having to work from home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Nkosi Mfumu, an African-based legal and foreign policy expert, says with the world grappling with the coronavirus outbreak, it’s about time Africa awakens from the slumber and deliver on its inherent promise.
Dino Psoulis, solution architect – Aruba and HPE at Axiz, explains that in the event of a disaster like the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s vital that network administrators can control their infrastructure
Rick Vanover, senior director, Product Strategy at Veeam, outlines how businesses must be prepared for the reality of relentless cyber attacks and have a contingency plan in place should the worst happen.
Morten Illum, vice president, EMEA at Aruba, explains why data is at the heart of the progress the IT industry is experiencing at the moment.
David Mphelo, general manager, Public Sector, MTN Business, talks about the Internet of things (IoT) growth potential in South Africa and how the company is connecting the public sector.
Gunter Reiss, vice president of Worldwide Marketing at A10 Networks discusses the coronavirus pandemic its impact and how it’s changing workplace approaches.