You are invited to join APSU and IBM for an engaging forum which brings together keynote speakers to discuss the future of Business Resiliency in an always-on world. With the continued and accelerating move to cloud computing, this is a fantastic opportunity to gain valuable strategic insight to help you maintain continuous business operations and strengthen overall resiliency.
APSU’s Technology Showcase, held on 17 November 2015, covered emerging and consolidated technology solutions that improve storage performance, lower response times, ensure maintenance compliance and protect data on any platform.
C&D Foods strengthen business continuity of their IT systems with smart monitoring services from APSU. Smart monitoring services will “watch and guard” the entire IT infrastructure from breakdown – it will be their eyes and ears to keep the business running! Yet this service is so much more … with “predictive foresight” built right into the solution, C&D Foods can address and take out issues before they even happen!
Have you ever been hacked? Executives found out just how vulnerable they are at a security breakfast briefing held at London’s Royal Exchange on 9th July. Did you realise that it is oh-so-easy to take sensitive information from organisations’ ‘secure platforms’ on which employees are operating with confidential data, believing that they are well protected? With instant 24/7 access for customers, cloud or non-cloud computing, employee BYOD programs, information integrity and sensitivity, compliance and regulation, the avenues of entry for ‘lone wolves’, criminal syndicates and rogue governments to penetrate, search and take data – or just create chaos – with your systems is now an ever-present threat. This is the new reality!
The M3 User Association’s (MUA) Annual Conference was held on 30 June to 1 July 2015, at Infor's Birmingham offices. APSU joined 60 delegates who enjoyed presentations on a wide variety of topics during the two-day event. This event was all the more poignant as the user group General Manager, Graham Maxfield, retires this year.