A quarter of UK SMBs lack confidence in their network's ability to support future workloads, finds report

Charlee Gothard
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A further five per cent "not at all confident" about tomorrow's hardware demands

A quarter of UK SMBs have little to no confidence that their existing network infrastructure will be able to support future business-critical workloads, a Computing survey has found. The survey,...

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