Hot off the press the PCR April issue brings you our special focus on data and web services.

Life seems to be full of data at the moment and not just the reoccurring broadcast of national Coronavirus statics. But the data picture is far bigger than we may realise, and its value is exponential. Just think of all the data we give willingly, such as on social media and other web platforms but also all the data we store on our devices and send to various destinations online and this is what the cyber criminals are after. Identity and data theft is a major problem that is getting worse all the time exacerbated by the pandemic and the sudden shift towards remote working.

This is why we bring you our focus on data in the April issue with in-depth insight from industry leaders such as Redstor’s Tom Hext focusing on how AI is integral to combating malware. In our data security focus we speak with Ramil Yusupov at Acronis about the increasing dangers that businesses face and how to navigate this minefield. Michael Shoham, at Radix tells us about the importance of device management.

Paul Holland of Beyond Encryption warns of data security issues created by remote working and how to avoid regulatory intervention through data breaches. Whilst Ed Baker, at McAfee explores the importance of balancing secure access and remote working flexibility. In our data quality focus, Simon Rolph, from Such Sweet Thunder looks at artificial intelligence’s current role within the data management space and it’s potential use cases.

In our data handling focus Nick Hutson-Alvarez at Exertis discuses some important factors to consider, whilst in our web services focus Steve Miller-Jones at Limelight Networks discusses navigating the online world of streaming subscriptions. In our network security focus Gigamon’s Michael Dickman discuses the importance of being a trusted partner to help with the optimisation and security of emerging hybrid architectures. And following National Women’s Week, in for our Life in the Channel focus we caught up with Google Cloud’s Pip White to find out what life is like up in Google Cloud?

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