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PRESS RELEASE – 11 NOVEMBER 2019   Routed to host Xalam Analytics to discuss the rise of the African Cloud   In a first of its new Hype series, Routed, a vendor neutral cloud infrastructure provider, will host Guy Zibi, principal analyst, Xalam Analytics, to discuss, dispel and predict the journey of the African cloud. Routed Managing Director, Andrew Cruise, says that the workshops, hosted by Teraco, will take...

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Routed, a vendor neutral cloud infrastructure provider, today announced that it has achieved VMware Cloud Verified status. As the first company on the African continent to attain this status, Routed is proud to be among an elite group of highly skilled providers with the ability to operate at this high level of cloud certification.   The Cloud Verified badge signals to customers that Routed offers a service running...

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Migration is no longer about adopting a cloud-first approach   The cloud first approach made popular in 2018 is no longer hailed as the answer to cloud domination.  Instead, Christian Mahncke, Routed Enterprise Business Development, Africa’s only vendor neutral cloud infrastructure provider, says that migration in 2019 will be more carefully considered and measured.   “A forced approach towards cloud is not ideal. While insight into cloud has improved...

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Private, public and hybrid clouds are growing in popularity as lift and shift cloud apps are making migration easier for businesses. Christian Mahncke, Enterprise Business Development at Routed, a vendor neutral cloud infrastructure provider, says that while cloud computing has proven that it is a better option than in-house servers, security challenges remain a concern and businesses require a solid cyber-security strategy.   “It is evident that companies...

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IoT to gain traction as the edge comes closer Christian Mahncke, Enterprise Business Development at Routed, Africa’s only vendor neutral cloud infrastructure provider, says that disruption will continue to dominate the technology landscape as 2019 approaches. Supporting Gartner’s predictions, Mahncke says that computing will extend well beyond centralised facilities to the “edge” of the network where data can be stored, processed and displayed. “This will bring an...

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