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Codeless Apps and Groundhog Day

Codeless Apps and Groundhog Day

Anthony is an Architect with over 10 years of experience helping clients realise the most value from Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and EMS. View full profile. The advent of codeless programming has enabled more people to create their own apps, with increasingly...

Microsoft’s Security Evolution

Microsoft’s Security Evolution

Anthony is an Architect with over 10 years of experience helping clients realise the most value from Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and EMS. View full profile. Microsoft traditionally had left security to its partners and as someone whom has been involved in the...

From Traditional Network Security to SASE and beyond…

From Traditional Network Security to SASE and beyond…

Anthony is an Architect with over 10 years of experience helping clients realise the most value from Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and EMS. View full profile. In my early days in the industry, the only way I could access work resources was to be sitting at my desk, on...

What does SD-WAN mean for Telco’s?

What does SD-WAN mean for Telco’s?

There have been more than a few punters whom have boldly claimed that SD WAN spells the rebuke of large Telcos through its migration away from MPLS in favour of the internet. However, with as much as 58% of customers estimated to maintain an on-premises environment...

SD-WAN: What it is and what it isn’t

SD-WAN: What it is and what it isn’t

SD WAN is fast becoming ubiquitous and, at some level, integrated into everything we do. In its purest sense, Software Defined Wide Area Networks is exactly that, a software defined series of rules that span a diverse series of WANs. Rules that dictate network path...

Cloud is always changing

Cloud is always changing

No more yearly major revisions but monthly increments. You can’t approach Cloud as a “one and done” affair. Cloud is evolving at a speed that was inconceivable even 5 years ago and you need to grow with it.

Practical Security

Practical Security

People don’t want to lose data but they’re also not willing to be inconvenienced and so will often veer towards doing nothing.
However security is a lot like oxygen, you don’t notice it until there isn’t any.