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March 25, 2020
WANdisco in Sheffield wins $1m contract
Live data firm WANdisco has won a contract worth $1m with a division of one of the world's largest media and telecommunications companies. WANdisco Fusion will be used to keep data in-sync across on-premise locations and the Microsoft Azure cloud to enable analytical and machine learning data...
February 03, 2020
Born in the Cloud: What 2020 Holds for the Global Enterprises
Born in the Cloud: What 2020 Holds for the Global Enterprises As part of our Predictions Series 2020, WANdisco CEO David Richards shared his insights on the current trends in Cloud adoption, Blockchain, and Social Media regulation. Tectonic Shifts in Cloud Computing Technologies “Born in the...
January 28, 2020
The problem with Big Tech is not tax, but the monopolies they hold
The problem with Big Tech is not tax, but the monopolies they hold Cast your mind back to the mid-Nineties. Even then, climate change was a very real, existential concern. Even then, we were told that major changes would be needed across industry and society alike if we were to stop global warmin...
January 08, 2020
Geek of the Week: David Richards, CEO of WANdisco
WANdisco makes data transfer secure and seamless by enabling enterprises to automate the movement of huge volumes of data to the cloud without any disruption of usual business operations. Any changes made to data sets on site are replicated within cloud environments consistently and at scale. ...
January 06, 2020
AiThority Interview with Paul Scott-Murphy, VP of Product Management, Big Data/Cloud at WANdisco
"There is no doubt that the Cloud is really one of the most fundamental shifts in information technology over the last decade, and it's going to continue to be a fundamental shift and driver behind a lot of the change that we are seeing." Tell us about your journey in technology and how you start...
December 26, 2019
Data and analytics in 2020: Industry predictions
There's no shortage of experts and opinions in the world of data and analytics. But the end of the year provides a nice forcing function to collect analyses and prognostications, then slice, dice and summarize them. This year, as you might expect, experts in the field had a lot to say about Big Data...