Category: Features

John Durant on securing your business

As part of Enterprise Times’ recent road trip across the USA we stopped off in Minneapolis to visit Code42. We sat down and talked with John Durant, Chief Technology Office and SVP. Durant talked about the challenges organisations face when scaling up their patching processes. It is a major headache for many organisations. Recent malware and…

Major Hayden talks Rackspace and cloud security

During a recent visit to San Antonio, Enterprise Times was lucky enough to catch up with Major Hayden, Principal Architect, Rackspace. We were interested in what he thought about the current state of cloud security and in particular how mature customers were. It was a very interesting conversation especially when it came to the expectations…

Lisa Pope talks about Epicor and cloud ERP

At Epicor Insights, Enterprise Times caught up with Lisa Pope, Executive Vice President, Digital Transformation and Cloud Evangelist. Having moved from Infor, we were keen to find out what Pope was bringing to Epicor. One area in particular was of interest to us and that was cloud, especially given Pope’s experience of bringing cloud computing to several…

Could AI lead to breaches of GDPR? 

The last year has seen a move by IT vendors to introduce increasing amounts of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and cognitive systems. How well the solutions meet the claims made by vendors is not part of this article. What is important is that companies are feeding these systems vast amounts of data to do…

Sebastian Krause talks about hybrid cloud at IBM

At IBM InterConnect in Las Vegas, Enterprise TImes had an opportunity to catch up with Sebastian Krause, General Manager, IBM Cloud Europe. Over the last two years, IBM has been moving its messaging to position Hybrid Cloud as its key cloud offering. At IBM InterConnect, it changed the definition of hybrid cloud. This, it claims, has…

eSIM, RPSIM, sSIM or v-SIM: which way forward?

The eSIM threatens to overtake the SIM. The original mobile phone SIM (for Subscriber Identity Module) originated in the early 1990s. It provides secure, identifiable and authenticated access to mobile phone networks. It is also the ‘primary piece’ of telco supplied equipment because it enables consumers to connect to a specific network. But the SIM…

Talking cybersecurity with Dr Richard Ford

Enterprise Times recently visited Forcepoint’s HQ in Austin, Texas where we got to sit down with Chief Scientist, Dr Richard Ford and talk cybersecurity. It was an interesting conversation that looked at WannaCry and the failure of many companies to stop thinking of a physical perimeter around their network. We talked about a range of…

Business Leader interview Omri Kohl, CEO, Pyramid Analytics

Omri Kohl is the Co-Founder and CEO of Pyramid Analytics. Pyramid Analytics provides a BI Office suite. It is an enterprise business analytics platform that enables organizations to meet the needs of all departments while achieving incredibly fast time-to-value by deploying in days, not weeks. Steve Brooks:    Can you tell me about Pyramid Analytics, where you…

Is business software mobile ready?

The answer to that fundamental question is probably not yet according to a recent survey entitled ‘How mobile are UK businesses? It revealed that 72% of business leaders do not find it easy to carry out work from a mobile device. The survey was carried out by Atomik Research, sponsored by Priority Software Ltd. Priority are a…