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Case study: Kiwi business adopts IaaS from leading provider, enables growth
Together with Softsource, Chester’s Plumbing and Bathroom was able to complete an overhaul of its IT infrastructure and enable business expansion.
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There is one thing for certain – it is an exciting time to be a consumer, as bots that exist within your Messenger app are soon to become the norm.
Preparing for cyber crime crucial for businesses of today
“From the smallest companies to the largest conglomerates, organisations around the world are attacked every second of every day."
Businesses look to improve data centre performance with All Flash Arrays
Violin Memory has announced it has experienced widespread adoption of its All Flash Arrays in the Asia-Pacific region in the span of just a year.
Unpaid overtime impacting Australian businesses
"Whether deliberate or by accident, unpaid overtime needs to be carefully monitored, but for many companies this is not the case."
Pivotal ends latest funding round with $253 million, looks to expand
"This investment will accelerate our global reach to bring our unique software development methodology to every forward-thinking CEO."
Software-defined data centre technology taking the world by storm
"The research shows 93% of high-ranking executives believe the benefits of migration to virtualisation and the cloud are undeniable and quantifiable."
Workload scheduling software: the latest enterprise craze
Workload scheduling software is having its time to shine, as businesses look to increase efficiency and productivity.
Want to deliver successful DevOps? Here's a few points to remember
DevOps is often seen as a goal, The Next Big Thing, something we 'need’. I see this as putting the cart before the horse. Here's what you should do.
Red Hat backs modern customer with launch of Open Innovation Labs
"We’ve heard from customers around the globe that they want to get new initiatives off the ground quickly to meet goals and beat competitors."
Application Performance Management software in hot demand
“As enterprises move enterprise applications to the cloud, the need for managing and monitoring the performance of applications becomes important."
Big data and workforce analytics: Powerful and underutilised
“Automated workforce management systems with integrated deep analytics tools give organisations insight into where processes can be improved."
Meet a CIO with fabulous talent management skills and you'll meet a successful business
Without inspiring lead supported from above, even the best business, the best enterprise, will disappear entirely and without much of a trace.
Landesk looks to boost productivity with latest Service Desk offering
“These capabilities will drive IT productivity, making it easier for our customers to modernise their organisation’s IT and empower individuals."
Kiwi productivity at an all time low... Is technology the answer?
“The Govt understands these services need to be transformed in order to improve productivity and they appreciate technology is the way to solve it."
2016 the year of digital signage, integrators urged to get onboard
"Businesses have finally become comfortable with digital signage, and so pilots are now becoming large-scale rollouts."
Have you heard? Customer experience is where it's at
“Creating an exceptional customer experience isn’t easy but it does deliver real benefits through improved customer loyalty and increased revenues."
Why converged infrastructure is relevant to every business
It’s easy to dismiss data centre technology as something for the technologists to worry about, but that's not the way it should be.
Infinidat amps up global expansion, opens two new Aussie offices
Infinidat is expanding operations as a direct result of increasing universal demand for InfiniBox, the company’s flagship enterprise storage array.
Cloudera and Fusionex team up to harness the power of big data
“We at Fusionex are committed to this strategic partnership, where both parties will benefit from each other to drive joint success."
Violin Memory integrates with VMware for better disaster recovery
“This integration will provide simplicity, accessibility and ease-of-use by bringing business recovery management into a familiar VMware environment."
Microsoft and Acer expand partnership
"Mutually beneficial and collaborative agreements such as this one promote innovation and lead to better products and experiences for consumers."
Cato Networks looks to solve the network security problem
"The current appliance-based infrastructure can’t keep up and is too expensive and complex to sustain, especially for mid-sized companies."
Are Kiwi businesses ready for remote working?
“Many organisations make the move to a remote work environment without sufficient planning and preparation for the transition."