Marc Ambasna-Jones

Marc Ambasna-Jones is a UK-based freelance writer and media consultant and has been writing about business and technology since 1989.

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Internet

Under pressure: Is it now make or break for net neutrality?

Trump, Brexit, globalisation, fake comments and of course capitalism are threatening the open internet

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Infrastructure Management

Get used to ransomware and outages, says infrastructure exec

Data-centric economy needs to think differently about threat management and compliance

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Data Mining

Cloudera CEO Tom Reilly on law enforcement and fake news

Big data is a key weapon in fighting terrorists says Cloudera chief

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Business Management

Shadowing VMware, Veeam chief retains a healthy paranoia

Executive changes need to bed in quickly to meet new challenges at the fast-rising backup software firm

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Business Management

From CFO to CEO: Does Anaplan's new boss have a plan?

Former Red Hat CFO steps into Anaplan hot-seat to ready company for IPO

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Business Management

Separate Ways: After Workday split, Anaplan plots its own path

Business planning firm Anaplan is no longer a strategic partner to Workday but it believes it can go solo

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