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Transputec selects NAKIVO VM Backup & Replication to Boost Cloud Services’ Resilience

I’m delighted to announce that Transputec has selected NAKIVO Backup & Replication to ensure robust VM recovery and fast VM backup for our growing TransCloud customer base.

Microsoft launches rollout of radical Office 365 updates

Microsoft recently announced a major rollout of updates to Office 365 in an unassuming blog post. For those of you who didn’t get the chance to read it, the tech giant said the changes were “inspired by the new culture of work and designed to deliver a balance of power and simplicity.”

Certainly, over the next few months, billions of Office users will experience updates for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.

Transputec shortlisted for Specialist Technology Company of the Year in the Business Continuity Awards 2018

Innovative IT Services and Solutions company Transputec, based in West London, has been shortlisted for the first time in the CIR Business Continuity Awards 2018, in the category of Specialist Technology Company of the Year.

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More hat tricks than Harry Kane!

Transputec is starting to rival the scoring record of our local football hero, Tottenham striker Harry Kane, with another hat trick of award nominations. This time in the prestigious PCR Awards 2018.

I am delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for three awards, for:

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Is 2018 the year when the machines start to take over?

Every year I say that making predictions is a hazardous business, and I then proceed to put my neck on the line again with a couple more. So, buoyed by a couple of successes this year, here I go again!

2017 predictions

Disruption of banking industry and blockchain – Definitely came to pass

Widespread adoption of voice control technology – Mostly came to pass

Explosion of AI applications – Mostly came to pass

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What to look for in your next Cloud services partner

It’s probably fair to say that the majority of IT solutions driving innovation are being deployed in the Cloud. In the UK alone, the proportion of organisations that use a main business management application in the Cloud has jumped from 40% in 2014 to 62% in 2016.