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Month: <span>July 2018</span>

DDoS mitigation is presenting new opportunities for B2B service providers thanks to EU's NIS Directive

Digital businesses are increasingly vulnerable to DDoS attacks, as the threat profile changes. Discover more about what this means for B2B service providers.

Cloud giants are growing impressively, but customers are overpaying for services

Cloud customers are overpaying by $10 billion a year, presenting a great opportunity for B2B service providers.

Digital transformation or digital silo? Why digital should not be just another technology refresh

Digital transformation is failing because it’s being used simply as an excuse for IT renewal or resulting in marketing-led ‘digital skins’. To succeed, it needs to fundamentally alter the DNA of B2B service providers.

Critical business from banks, retailers and public sector customers is being put at risk by network vulnerabilities

Concern around the SS7 protocol has flared up after a US mobile carrier is breached and Visa announces it’s switching to SMS verification

What's the real difference between Manchester and Sheffield? You're more likely to get paid on time in Manchester

FreeAgent reveals the results of a study of microbusiness payments, revealing big problems for UK SMEs.

Have you incorporated the share economy into your strategy?

Access rather than ownership is a key trend – how is your business supporting this?

SMEs big on G-Cloud 10, but need to be bigger

UK Government still underperforming on SME engagement – something that B2B providers could help fix.

Bot Behemoth Automation Anywhere secures $250 million funding round

Automation and bot specialists, Automation Anywhere secure funding for further expansion

SSE unbundles exchanges to expand backhaul and high speed connectivity

Unbundling will support deal with Three UK and open up high-speed connectivity to other service providers and enterprises

Public sector update: Australians disappointed, Brits increasingly satisfied, Estonians already digital

Find out how e-government is progressing in Australia, UK and Estonia

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