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Technology planning for the enterprise has changed. It’s no longer about placing a bet on the next five years. It’s about making a decision for today while designing for change tomorrow. After all, the only thing you can guarantee is that you’ll need to change sooner than you think. And you’ll need to change fast. In some ways this is nothing new. Change has always been a sign of a thriving company. In today’s world, it’s no longer a choice. It might just be the only way to survive
You won’t be surprised to hear that as a CTO I have a degree in Engineering – Electrical & Electronic to be precise. I started life in semi-conductor design, moved onto software, the early days of the internet, VOIP and then to Interoute.
This year’s Cloud Expo in New York took place over 3 days and attracted a variety of speakers and delegates from around the world.  As part of his speaker session, ‘Bringing together the Power of technology’, William Morrish – VP Commercial Operations spoke about how successful enterprises have adopted a digital transformation strategy and improved business agility.
On Saturday I was privileged to be hosting some key customers and partners, as a guest of UEFA's ICT team at the Champions League final in Cardiff.
If you’re going to be at Cloud Expo in New York this June we look forward to connecting with you.
Not a day goes by without BREXIT and TRUMP dominating the headlines as the government, media and much of the UK population discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. In fact it’s hard not to become distracted and confused by the uncertainty surrounding the future of politics and business.   
Network is often the neglected part of the cloud computing equation. Yet the latency and throughput of the cloud provider's network will usually be a determining factor for the viability of the cloud-based application that you wish to design. The independent analyst, Cloud Spectator, has evaluated the network performance of Interoute Virtual Data Centre against several other global cloud providers.
Interoute Virtual Data Centre (VDC) gives you the simplicity of the public cloud, but with the security of a private cloud. You can deploy an enterprise-grade virtualised IT platform in minutes, use it for as little as an hour, and scale it to serve millions of users. So what can you do with VDC and where should you start?
Interoute VDC's integrated global private networks provide a basis for rapid and secure replication of data between zones, for backup and disaster recovery purposes. In this post I will demonstrate how to clone running virtual machines as templates. This supports the creation of cold or warm standby environments in secondary VDC zones.

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