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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and its affect on data security - Dell
 
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For more on security, visit: http://Dell.co.uk/security BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, is a phrase that describes the use of personal devices at work. BYOD has arisen from employees' desire to use a device that suits their own preferences and habits, and a brand that they prefer. BYOD is not a theoretical possibility, or an emerging concept that has yet to be tested. It is now a reality for 80 percent of companies. There are two clear advantages to BYOD. One, it cuts costs for the business. They no longer have to purchase pool equipment, or purchase mobile devices for staff. Two, BYOD makes employees happier. They are not forced to use a device, platform or operating system that they do not enjoy using, and they are not forced to carry duplicate devices everywhere they go. Despite the obvious benefits, BYOD introduces a key challenge for the business. It creates serious security vulnerabilities. Once an employee brings their own device onto the corporate network, various risks emerge. There may be viruses or malware on the device, through poor management or because of old operating systems being prone to attack. The user may be connecting their device to different networks, including insecure public wifi networks that are fraught with security problems. Personal devices do not always have a form of encryption, and some users are not well versed in the security features on their device. Assuming that the data on the device can no longer be protected under BYOD, how can a business enjoy the benefits of a BYOD policy without compromising network security, or inflicting potential problems on the device itself? As a priority, devices that contain business data must be encrypted, and users must adhere to clear policies regarding data storage, sharing and network access. These must incorporate the type of data that will be accessed, the devices used to access it and the location where access may take place. Additionally, the business must recognise the elements that it cannot control and create solutions for worst case scenarios. If the physical device is lost, the business must already have a contingency plan in place to protect the data on the device. If it is stolen, the business must know that personal data, or medical records, are not stored on the device so that no laws are broken as a result of a result of its misuse.
Views: 20713 Dell UK
Introducing Dell PowerEdge VRTX
 
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In mathematics, a vertex is the intersection of multiple lines. PowerEdge VRTX is the intersection of servers, storage, networking and management into a single, right-sized chassis optimized for small offices. PowerEdge VRTX offers something that no other blade server solution has ever offered -- the ability to use PCIe slots. www.dell.co.uk/VRTX
Views: 23722 Dell UK
Cloud Computing in Enterprise Environments
 
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Ian Clatworthy from Dell talks about Cloud Computing in Enterprise Environments and answers some common questions: - Why should businesses migrate their IT systems to the cloud? - Does moving to the cloud mean operating in completely different ways? - How can I improve performance of my private cloud? - What would you say to an IT manager with concerns about migrating systems running legacy applications? - Why should businesses move to cloud storage systems throughout their enterprise?
Views: 10311 Dell UK
Dell Precision 5000 Series  Workstation Laptops and the Specialized user
 
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The Dell Precision 5000 series are designed to meet the demands of specialized users working in the fields like engineering, media, and healthcare.
Views: 6243 Dell UK
Elinor Barker, Team Pursuit World Champion, talks training, goals, and the road to Glasgow 2014.
 
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Being one of the youngest Team Pursuit cyclists on the international stage, Elinor Barker is a force to be reckoned with. Here Elinor talks about her cycling journey and how the Dell XPS 12 convertible helps her stay prepared and connected. To learn more... Visit: Dell.co.uk/glasgow2014 Follow: @DellUK And join the conversation: #TeamDell
Views: 11296 Dell UK
Cloud Computing Changes Small Business
 
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Ian Clatworthy from Dell talks about how Cloud Computing Changes Small Business and answers some common questions: - What concerns do business owners have when thinking about cloud computing? - How has the increased use of visualisation affected the small business IT setup? - How is infrastructure as a service using visualisation techniques like VDI to improve IT systems for small businesses? - What is the next big thing (Cloud Computing for Small Businesses)?
Views: 11658 Dell UK
Dave and the Dell PowerEdge VRTX
 
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Meet Dave. He's in charge of IT and web development for a creative digital agency. Business is going well and growing fast, learn how Dell's PowerEdge VRTX solves many of his headaches and brings additional functionality that makes Dave very happy. Learn more about this groundbreaking solution: dell.co.uk/VRTX
Views: 1421 Dell UK
Windows server 2016 Licensing
 
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Windows server 2016 Licensing
Views: 27124 Dell UK
What if you had the power to change the world?
 
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Learn how Dell Solutions help provide organisations with the Power to Do More. Visit: thepowertodomore.dell.com Follow: @DellUK
Views: 1704 Dell UK
Dell at XX Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2014
 
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Following a 2 year journey as the Official IT Hardware and Data Centre supporter Dell were proud to power the XX Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2014. Over the course of the 11 days of competition Dell highlighted how technology powers sport at it’s Experiential in Glasgow. #TeamDell.
Views: 678 Dell UK
Paralympic Swimmers, Ollie & Sam Hynd, Talk About Swimming and Technology
 
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Ollie and Sam Hynd are both Paralympic swimming champions. The brothers discuss what it means to compete against one another, their strengths in the pool and how technology supports their swim stroke analysis and training. To learn more... Visit: Dell.co.uk/glasgow2014 Follow: @DellUK And join the conversation: #TeamDell
Views: 10654 Dell UK
Dell XC Web Scale Converged Appliance
 
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Consolidate compute and storage for multiple virtualized workloads with the agile, efficient and reliable XC converged appliance, powered by Nutanix software. To learn more please contact your Dell representative. https://marketing.dell.com/uk/nav/pub/contact-expert
Views: 723 Dell UK
Dell Service Provider Program
 
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Overview of Dell's Service Provider Program
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What if You Had the Power to Change the World?
 
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Michael started Dell as a young college student with a vision and passion - to get technology in hands of billions of people to enable them to do more & enable human potential. Together with our customers we are proud to be doing just that. www.dell.co.uk/domore
Views: 439 Dell UK
Dell - The Power To Do More
 
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Whatever your business challenge, Dell has the technology & services to help you solve it. www.dell.co.uk/DoMore
Views: 2940 Dell UK
Dell's Future Ready Rugged  Devices
 
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Dell's ruggedized portfolio are designed for today's workforce - seeking powerful & future ready devices that work well in the most demanding conditions.
Views: 1225 Dell UK
Lynsey Sharp Talks About What it Means to Compete in the XX Commonwealth Games for Scotland.
 
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Lynsey's parents, both former Scottish runners, introduced her to the sport at a young age. Lynsey discusses what it means to compete for Scotland in the XX Commonwealth Games and how technology enables her training. To learn more... Visit: Dell.co.uk/glasgow2014 Follow: @DellUK And join the conversation: #TeamDell
Views: 11966 Dell UK
Dell Technology Brings You the XX Commonwealth Games -- a Convergence of Energy, Time and Spirit.
 
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This is a teaser for a new video series coming soon, showing how Dell is powering Glasgow 2014 - from IT, to the athlete residences, to athletes making a bid for Glasgow 2014. To Learn more... Visit: Dell.co.uk/glasgow2014 Follow: @DellUK And join the conversation: #TeamDell
Views: 8244 Dell UK
Milton Keynes College uses Dell to power network for wireless BYOD strategy
 
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Milton Keynes College wanted to give students, teachers and staff better support through more flexible IT policies such as BYOD and needed to overhaul its IT. The college deployed Windows Server® 2012 and Hyper-V™ with the SMB feature on Dell PowerEdge blade servers, Dell EqualLogic storage and Dell Networking switches, and as a result of the infrastructure, MKC has started rolling out Dell XPS 10 tablets across the campuses. Students and staff gain better data access and more engaging learning environments for improved teaching and learning.​ Learn more at dell.com/byod
Views: 345 Dell UK
Latitude and Dell Design
 
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Hear from our design team how user feedback and inspiration from other industries has shaped the design of our new Latitude range Learn More: http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/latitude-laptops
Views: 409 Dell UK
What To Focus On When Moving To The Cloud
 
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There were many exciting speakers and attendees at The Cloud World Forum in London 2014 and we took the opportunity to chat with some of them on camera to ask some of the questions that arise when businesses are thinking of moving to the cloud. One of the most pertinent questions for any business with in-house IT is how much of learning curve is involved when moving to the cloud? George Reese, a long-time expert in cloud computing explained that the technology is generally the same, but the way in which we consume resources is slightly different. In other words, end-users have nothing to worry about, but it does become slightly more complicated when someone needs to architect software for deployment in the cloud. With that in mind, we asked a number of cloud experts what they thought businesses should focus on when moving to a cloud computing model. The answers were varied and interesting. Learn more about moving to the cloud at http://bit.ly/DellCompute
Views: 353 Dell UK
Latitude and Dell Design: Developing the Ecosystem
 
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See how our new Latitude products are designed to be mobile and flexible as well as a perfect fit for your desktop Learn More: http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/latitude-laptops
Views: 114 Dell UK
Dave and the Dell PowerEdge VRTX (Part 2)
 
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Remember Dave? He is still in charge of IT and web development for a creative digital agency. The business is still growing fast, making acquisitions and opening more branch offices so IT is even more critical to the business. Learn how a virtual environment running on a Dell PowerEdge VRTX can help him increase the reliability of his customer facing web portal and so keep him and all of his customers very happy. solution: dell.co.uk/VRTX Dave and the Dell PowerEdge VRTX (Part 1): http://youtu.be/51lXY7ZWUxY
Views: 348 Dell UK
New XPS 13 Laptop (2015)
 
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Erasing borders, starting with the display. The smallest 13.3" (33.8cm) laptop on the planet has the world’s first virtually borderless InfinityEdge display — amazing both inside and out. Find out more at http://www.dell.com/uk/p/xps-13-9350-laptop/pd
Views: 368324 Dell UK
The Dell OptiPlex Micro designed for Desk Centric users
 
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The Dell OptiPlex micro is the world's smallest commercial desktop, designed specifically to meet the desk centric requirement of the user.
Views: 1220 Dell UK
Dell Document Hub Overview
 
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See how Dell Document Hub can make your documents easier to manage in the cloud. With single sign-on, the Dell Document Hub (Doc Hub) allows users to share, create and print across many common cloud document platforms -- simultaneously from a single access point. This unique feature solves the challenge of managing documents from several cloud services and platforms and enables users to edit and collaborate with scanned hardcopies. See more at dell.co.uk/documenthub
Views: 727 Dell UK
Caroline Rogers, Village Accommodation Manager talks supporting Glasgow2014 Commonwealth Games.
 
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The Glasgow 2014 Athlete Village is Scotland's first carbon neutral housing development. See how technology is supporting this city-wide regeneration project. Caroline Rogers talks about her role, as village accommodation manager, in supporting the needs of 6,500 athletes & officials from over 70 competing associations and countries, during the XX Commonwealth Games. To learn more... Visit: Dell.co.uk/glasgow2014 Follow: @DellUK And join the conversation: #TeamDell
Views: 7102 Dell UK
Dell XPS 13 - We love your work!
 
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XPS laptops are designed to be the best, with the highest resolution displays, exceptional build quality, unique material and powerful features. Find out more at http://www.dell.com/uk/p/xps-laptops
Views: 146100 Dell UK
BYOD extends productivity outside the hours of 9-to-5
 
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For more information on BYOD, visit http://www.dell.co.uk/mobility Businesses are empowering employees by rolling our Bring Your Own Device (or Choose Your Own Device) policies. Under BYOD, businesses benefit from three specific quick win outcomes. First, there is a reduction in cost for the business. By letting users buy their own hardware, the cost of procurement is effectively nullified. Employees simply introduce their own pre-existing devices onto the corporate network, so there is no additional cost burden - simply a more efficient use of devices that are available. The knock-on effect is that the business does not need to invest in a refresh of devices every few years, so cost benefits are felt long term. Second, users get a quick win: flexibility. They can choose the features they need. A remote worker who rarely travels may prefer a desktop computer, while a salesperson on the road may feel an Ultrabook is preferable. Employees also have the option of using a tablet to make their working life more agile. Third, users feel more loyal, and this is key to businesses who are looking to retain staff and cut recruitment costs. In any organisation, the most valuable asset is the people, and BYOD helps to inspire loyalty and focus those people on the task at hand. For businesses, this is perhaps the biggest quick win, and it continues to pay dividends because of better knowledge retention and improved productivity.
Views: 202 Dell UK
The unexpected benefits of BYOD - Dell
 
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For more information on BYOD, visit http://www.dell.co.uk/mobility Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is providing many businesses with more benefits than initially anticipated. Initially, BYOD will reduce cost or move cost to more appropriate departments, and this is the key driving force behind many implementations. But this is by no means the only outcome. The biggest benefit to business is a marked improvement in productivity - often, far greater than anticipated at the outset. This is primarily because users have their devices with them all the time. They are more engaged with work, more connected, and more able to fit their work around their leisure time. The device they are using may be highly portable, and it may also be the device they are using for internet access and social media on evenings and weekends. Many employees do not expect to see marked benefits from BYOD, but them realise that they can choose a comfortable form factor which supports their way of working. In the 1980s, everyone may have had a desktop PC; in the 1990s, a laptop. Now, users are selecting from a range of sizes and types of device, from entry level smartphones through to high-end workstations and desktops. Every business is different, and each has its own unique set of challenges to address. BYOD policies can be constructed to address these challenges while allowing all participants to embrace cutting edge technology and the benefits of increased mobility.
Views: 394 Dell UK
What Are The Best Business Gains With Cloud Technology
 
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At the Cloud World Forum in June 2014, we spoke with people about their experiences with cloud computing and asked them their opinions about what businesses would gain by using a cloud-computing model. We anticipated answers such as low start-up costs, ease of deployment and flexibility. We soon learned that computing in the cloud was important for many more reasons than we expected. Efficiency is important for businesses, which was an overriding benefit that the people we interviewed highlighted. Sylvia Entwistle, Assistant editor of digital magazine EnterpriseManagement360, spoke about how the cloud helps businesses produce a consistent product or service for customers in different territories. Martin Porter, VP of UK Engineering for network hardware manufacturers, Solar Flare, spoke about how cloud computing now has networking technology available to make performance in the cloud comparable with local area networks. Wherever we turned, we met people who had different opinions about how the cloud could help businesses and they were all based on own their experiences. For more information on Cloud Computing visit: http://dell.to/1mXNEWC
Views: 327 Dell UK
Virtual firewalls vs. physical firewalls – Dell
 
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Mark Davenport, Business Development Director for Dell Security, explores whether virtual firewalls are able to protect traditional IT setups. Today, cloud environments are full of virtual machines, all of which need to be secure – this is where virtual firewalls come into play. On the other hand, Physical firewalls can hardly be dismissed; there will always be a point when a virtual machine will need to exit on to the physical infrastructure, whether it’s between data centres, cloud providers or locations. At this point, the physical firewall is probably the better option. For more information on virtual firewalls and physical firewalls, click here: http://www.dell.co.uk/security
Views: 2020 Dell UK
Experts Allay Fears Cloud Computing
 
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The Cloud World Forum held in London, June 2014 was one of those moments in time when you know something special is happening. Apart from cloud computing being a buzzword, the sheer number of different businesses offering different services in the event was astonishing. However, there were still some attendees wondering about how their businesses could make use of cloud. In response to their fears, we spoke with experts keynote speakers at the event and asked them about real-life business fears of moving to the cloud. The answers, like the cloud businesses and services on offer, varied from one expert to the other, but a lack of understanding was clearly a concern that most respondents highlighted. Perhaps that’s why Nick Hyner, one of the people we spoke to had already spoke at length about Dell’s decision to act as brokers and consultants for businesses that want to move to the cloud in what was a massive change in its strategy. Some of the other experts also had great insights into how they’ve experienced people’s fears about cloud computing and how those fears are often unfounded. To learn more about available cloud services visit http://dell.to/1mXNEWC
Views: 179 Dell UK
Latitude and Dell Design: Balancing Commercial Class Requirements and End User Input
 
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Take a look at our Usability Lab and the techniques we use to incorporate user feedback into our new Latitude portfolio Learn More: http://www.dell.com/uk/business/p/latitude-laptops
Views: 123 Dell UK
Is cloud computing always cheaper? - Dell
 
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For more information on cloud computing, visit http://dell.co.uk/cloud Performance is a key consideration when running business applications, and many customers ask if performance will change after a move to the cloud. Will it be the same, or will it be better? And how will the transition work? Businesses often expect to see like for like performance when compared with hardware, and look to a migration expecting to purchase like for like resource in the cloud. This may a limiting approach to adopt cloud computing, since it stops the business from evaluating a broad range of platforms. Working like for like means the business may be losing out on economy and cost benefits. There is a huge diversity in terms of available solutions, and it may be more economical to purchase more resource than the on-premise solution, and scale that resource on demand. Purchasing additional cores, or scaling up computing power, allows a certain amount of headroom and capacity for peak demand. When moving to the cloud, a new approach to performance can yield huge benefits and greater efficiency. Purchasing additional resource need not be expensive, but customers can select from a wider range of cloud solutions and obtain the performance they need now and as the business grows. This means meeting, or exceeding, required resources, and taking advantage of the cloud's ability to flex on demand.
Views: 330 Dell UK
Highlights from Dell UK Centre for Entrepreneurs Launch Event
 
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Highlights from the Dell UK Centre for Entrepreneurs Launch Event at The Hoxton Hotel, London in Jan 2014. For more information: Visit: www.dell.co.uk/entrepreneurs Follow: @DellCFEUK And join the conversation: #DellCFE #DellSiRUK
Views: 245 Dell UK
The Dell Advantage  - Aongus Hegarty Dell EMEA President
 
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"Why Choose Dell" - The key Technology Advantages and Differentiation.that enables Dell reduce complexity and transform customers businesses.
Views: 883 Dell UK
Where Is Cloud Computing Going?
 
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At the Cloud World Forum in London, we spent a lot of time speaking with people involved in cloud computing at all levels from global directors of cloud solutions from some of the largest providers of cloud computing through to people involved in sales at a local level. We asked them all, what does cloud computing already do or what will cloud technology do in the near future that would excite people. The answers were varied and included everything from the use of virtualised desktops through to the use of SaaS applications. One thing is clear…Cloud computing has so many facets that you could ask the same question 100 times and everyone would have a different opinion about what’s exciting in cloud computing. To learn more about virtualisation and high performance computing in the cloud visit: http://dell.to/1jmxGz9
Views: 444 Dell UK
Make your Business Future Ready with Dell
 
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Prepare your business for the incredible future. Adapt to the emerging technologies with Dell enterprise solutions, integrated with cloud computing, security, mobility and big data. Transform your organization and serve people better. Learn More: http://dell.co.uk/futureready
Views: 55326 Dell UK
The benefits of hyperconverged systems
 
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Three ways hyperconverged systems can benefit organisations.
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The dangers of shadow IT
 
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For more information visit dell.co.uk/security Shadow IT – apps, devices and services not controlled by your IT department – can bring great advantages, but also great risks.
Views: 148 Dell UK
The confidence to innovate in IT security - Dell
 
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Find out more at: Dell.co.uk/security Learn how to bring the four pillars of #IT security together and give your organisation the confidence to innovate
Views: 96 Dell UK
The Phenomenal Growth Of Cloud Computing
 
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The use of cloud computing has grown exponentially in recent years. At the 2014 Cloud World Forum held at London’ Olympia exhibition venue, we spoke to people from industry leaders in cloud computing through to some who have only worked in the industry for a short space of time and the answers to our questions proved that cloud and business IT are fast becoming synonymous with each other. We asked a number of cloud experts how they have experienced growth in their specific fields and it was clear from their answers how much cloud computing is now engrained in everyday business. We also learning that small and large business approach cloud computing in different ways with the former often opting for low cost public cloud models and the latter preferring to create their own private clouds. The feedback we had was not surprising, but one speaker said something that particularly highlighted how business IT is changing. When asked if businesses should ever completely rely on cloud, Nick Hyner, Dell’s Director of Cloud Services in EMEA stated that many start-ups already rely completely on cloud computing for their operations. Judging by the rest of the answers we received, it’s clear that IT departments around the world are changing at a faster rate than ever before. Learn how powerful cloud computing is at http://bit.ly/DellHPC
Views: 191 Dell UK
Adding Value as a Cloud Integrator
 
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Nick Hyner - Director Cloud Services, EMEA talks about Dell's Cloud Strategy and partnerships with Local and Global Partners including Google, Microsoft, Amazon, CenturyLink & Joyent.
Views: 260 Dell UK
Is it a myth that data is less secure in the cloud?
 
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For more, visit: Dell.co.uk/cloud Ramses Gallego, Security Strategist and Evangelist at Dell Software explains why asking if data is more or less secure in the cloud could be asking the wrong question.
Views: 232 Dell UK
The Dell Client Advantage - Security
 
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One of Dell's key advantages is the level of Security it provides with DDP|E on it client systems.
Views: 90 Dell UK
Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) and its impact on organisations - Dell
 
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For more information, visit: http://Dell.co.uk/security Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) is an emerging term that describes the way employees are using commercial cloud services that are marketed at individuals. In many businesses, employees are using their own preferred cloud services to make their working lives easier, and this presents opportunities and challenges. One of the most common examples is Dropbox, a cloud file sync service. The service enjoyed rapid growth thanks to its simple premise and generous referral scheme. Users can keep a synced copy of files on any device simply by installing the application and logging in. This was perfect for remote workers who had previously resorted to other workarounds. Other users began utilising Dropbox as a simple alternative to shared folders, creating shares for colleagues and business contacts. This makes data available in more locations, on more devices, and by more people. It also promoted collaboration. But when a copy of that data is synced to all devices, the user - and the business - quickly lose track of who can see it. Naturally, once an employee uses personal cloud services at work, the business has lost control. There is no way for the business IT security personnel to know where data is at rest, whom it may have been shared with and how, or if, it is encrypted. A hack or flaw on the cloud service could result in valuable business data being stolen, exposed or corrupted. These kinds of risks are not limited to data loss or intellectual property concerns. Some types of information are protected by legislation. If a business works with employee data, healthcare information or personal details, it is responsible for handling that data subject to the law. Misuse, or irresponsible storage, can result in fines and sanctions. The risk is greater with BYOC. BYOC can boost productivity and cut costs to business, and it allows employees to get on with working in the way that suits them best. But policies are needed to ensure data and intellectual property are protected. IT security administrators and officers must devise new ways to retain control in a BYOC environment, enforcing policies and monitoring the nature of data being shared. Some cloud services allow files and folders to be shared directly with named contacts, or publicly via a direct link. Policies should embrace sharing that promotes collaboration, but they must also define a legitimate audience for that data. Public cloud storage is a great solution, and BYOC benefits employees and businesses alike. But businesses must always consider risk alongside their own responsibilities.
Views: 429 Dell UK
Dell G5 15 Gaming Laptop - Antman & The Wasp In Cinemas Now!
 
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The Hero You Never Saw Coming! The Dell G5 15 Gaming Laptop!
Views: 2144568 Dell UK
Dell Corporate Challenge 2014
 
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Highlights & interviews from the Dell Corporate Challenge in the Brecon Beacons September 2014. Follow @corpchallengeWW Register for 2015 at www.corpchallenge.co.uk Join the conversation #dellcorporatechallenge
Views: 800 Dell UK
Cloud vs on-premise and hardware solutions - Dell
 
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For more information on cloud computing, visit http://dell.co.uk/cloud Performance is a key consideration when running business applications, and many customers ask if performance will change after a move to the cloud. Will it be the same, or will it be better? And how will the transition work? Businesses often expect to see like for like performance when compared with hardware, and look to a migration expecting to purchase like for like resource in the cloud. This may a limiting approach to adopt cloud computing, since it stops the business from evaluating a broad range of platforms. Working like for like means the business may be losing out on economy and cost benefits. There is a huge diversity in terms of available solutions, and it may be more economical to purchase more resource than the on-premise solution, and scale that resource on demand. Purchasing additional cores, or scaling up computing power, allows a certain amount of headroom and capacity for peak demand. When moving to the cloud, a new approach to performance can yield huge benefits and greater efficiency. Purchasing additional resource need not be expensive, but customers can select from a wider range of cloud solutions and obtain the performance they need now and as the business grows. This means meeting, or exceeding, required resources, and taking advantage of the cloud's ability to flex on demand.
Views: 446 Dell UK