Has your IT infrastructure helped or hindered your businesses reaction to COVID-19?

Here at Ethos Towers we frequently reference our core infrastructure design principles (they’re practically a mission statement): Simplicity Flexibility Efficiency These key areas are central to how we approach all problems and solutions, and of how the technologies in our portfolio differentiate themselves in the marketplace. With everything that’s going on, for many of us these principles have never been so important. Cloud has certainly helped. Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offerings like Office 365, Salesforce and ServiceNow mean we can access some core platforms from any device with an internet connection, anywhere in the world. SaaS is specifically designed to scale to meet demand so if suddenly all staff need to work from home meaning more concurrent connections, more bandwidth used, more load across the board, then no problem (within ‘reason’); but what about the other stuff…? For a minority of businesses SaaS is all they have and need but, for good reasons,...
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Ethos Technology Adds Leading Data Migration Vendor to Portfolio

For immediate release: 3rd March 2020 Ethos Technology, a value-add distributor which specialises in next generation infrastructure technologies, has today announced it will be offering the latest solutions and capabilities from Datadobi in the UK. Datadobi, a global leader in data management and storage software solutions, brings order to unstructured storage environments so that the enterprise can realise the value of their expanding universe of data. Their software allows customers to migrate and protect data while discovering insights and putting them to work for their business. Datadobi takes the pain and risk out of the data storage process, and does it ten times faster than other solutions at the best economic cost point. Founded in 2010, Datadobi is a privately held company based out of Belgium, with subsidiaries in New York, Melbourne, London, and Dusseldorf. Data is growing at an exponential rate; by 2025, it’s estimated that 463 exabytes of data...
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