While new technology initiatives, such as cloud computing and Software as a Service (SaaS),
have grown exponentially in popularity over the past few years, the IT sector as a whole has not been up to speed with the new trend.
With high profile investigations and international conferences being dedicated to such phenomena as global warming, it's no surprise that implementing green initiatives has become more of a hot topic with businesses over the past...
New research has shown that power and server outages have affected nearly a quarter of all British businesses, meaning preparation and business continuity practices remain an essential factor of companies' overall business plans.
Many businesses are investigating cloud-based solutions such as Software as a Service (SaaS) to meet their company's needs, as the technology grants immediate benefits to IT departments looking to cut costs.