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Digital customer experience is nothing without a human touch
"Businesses cannot neglect the fact that on the other side of each transaction is a human being. And for some interactions, the most effective way to help a human being is with another."
Retrofit or replace: Four scenarios for optimising cooling systems
In virtually every situation, retrofitting or replacing data centre cooling systems makes financial sense.
Verizon and Ericsson prepare for 5G launch
Ericsson announced that the company has increased its U.S. footprint by expanding its partnership with Verizon.
AT&T offloads 31 data centers to trim $1.1b off colossal debt
The giant telco reportedly has $189 billion of debt, and the data center sale (18 in the US and 13 international) is a move to reduce that.
Thinking beyond the box: Why software-defined networks are the future
Enterprises are constantly under pressure to innovate, scale and deploy new services at speed all while trying to ensure costs remain low.
IDC identifies five APAC CSPs as 'leaders' in the market
These service providers supposedly demonstrated a strong regional network presence and leadership in software-defined technologies.
Now you see me, now you don’t: Security beyond the physical network
A big shift in the way people work means organisations can no longer rely on the same legacy security models they have been using to date.
Ransomware on the rise, creeping into business critical systems
Verizon's comprehensive annual DBIR report has just been released with a number of shocking findings like ransomware incidents doubling in number.
Verizon unveils new tech to transform security decision making
The Verizon Risk Report assesses a company's security risks before advising what cybersecurity to invest in.
Channel giants get behind MEF's global networking event
Taking place in Los Angeles, California, the event will bring together over 1000 senior level professionals from over 275 companies around the world.
Interview: Exposing the dark web, its secrets and why it's a major concern for businesses
The dark web is often touted as the place cybercriminals sell their malware, but what is the fuss all about? Verizon's Ashish Thapar explains.
Verizon offers SBC as a service with Ribbon Communications
SBCs provide the necessary features to secure and support real-time communications.
How digitisation is changing the security landscape
Australia’s complex mandatory data breach notification laws coming into effect in February. The security pressures of the digital age are evident.
Verizon provides 7 trends driving IT transformation in 2018
Already we’re breaking into November with December not far behind – where has the year gone? Verizon has provided key trends for the year ahead.
Three tech giants to collaborate on advancement of 5G
5G is continuing its march forward after 3 major companies announced collaboration plans to expedite trials and wide-scale commercial deployment.
Forget proprietary hardware in the data centre, Verizon has a new solution
Instead of purchasing and installing proprietary hardware in their data centres, customers can now get enterprise-level network capability.
Verizon report finds cyberespionage is gaining ground
“Cyber attacks targeting the human factor are still a major issue. Cybercriminals concentrate on four key drivers of human behaviour."
Equinix completes acquisition of 29 data centers from Verizon
250 Verizon employees became Equinix employees as a result of the acquisition.
Verizon's Threat Research Advisory Center a 'significant milestone' for intelligence
Verizon’s Threat Research Advisory Center is now live and operational - representing what it calls a ‘significant milestone’ into cybersecurity.
Verizon inks colocation reseller deal with Equinix
"This agreement provides customers with fully-integrated network, security and data center services designed to support their IT transformation."
Yahoo CEO forgoes annual bonus and gives it to employees in wake of data breach fallout
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is foregoing her annual bonus and giving it back to employees after the giant data breach that hit the company in 2014.
Verizon & NTU to analyse attack impacts on Singapore's cybersecurity insurance industry
"Getting access to real cybercrime data is a huge boon to the insurance industry."
WTF: Yahoo's new name is weird
Yahoo has a new name and five directors will step down following Verizon's impending purchase.
Equinix granted €1B in loans to offset Verizon data center buy
"We're delighted with the quality of investors that participated in this debt transaction,"