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Avanade helps Interactive transform experiences with Microsoft Dynamics 365
“Empowering employees with the right technologies and engaging them with a great experience leads to value for the business."
Disaster recovery plans: More than just backing up to tape
Downtime isn’t just limited to a power outage - sometimes it could be a natural disaster like Brisbane's widespread flooding in 2011; other times it’s because of a cyber attack.
The Implications of a data disaster and why effective DR is critical
93 percent of companies without disaster recovery who suffer a major data disaster are out of business within one year.
Don’t wait till disaster strikes – best practices when implementing DR
As more companies migrate their data to the cloud, disaster recovery becomes critical to ensure their operations are not disrupted by unforeseen events.
Interactive makes two executive appointments with new CIO and CFO
Interactive says the appointments reflect the steady growth and expansion of the company, which is now in its 30th year.
Exclusive interview: Interactive’s Clint Seagrave on Polaris DC partnership
Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Clint Seagrave director of data centre and business continuity for Interactive.
No - you don't need to replace all your infrastructure
There are ways that you can make the infrastructure that you know, love and rely on last the distance.
Protecting data, as well as utilising it, is fundamental to business success
There is a real opportunity for businesses to gain significant competitive advantages through high-performance computing.
Hardware maintenance the way it should be - fast, reliable, affordable
“One of the major benefits of moving our equipment over to Interactive was the faster turnaround when our equipment fails.”
Why server maintenance is vital for enterprise
Interactive already service over 250,000 devices across 20,000 sites in Australia and New Zealand.
Interactive add hardware disposal capability with Erase IT acquisition
Erase IT provide IT asset (including hardware and equipment) disposal and recycling for over 650 customers across Australia.
Why system migration doesn’t have be a strain on resources
System migration can often be a costly, time-consuming experience, but does it have to be?
Server sales in decline, IT 'sweating' on the rise - here's why
What’s the point in committing to a rack of brand new servers if you're going to move their applications to the cloud in the near future?
How to plan effectively for your transition to the cloud
Making the move without a clear and concise plan for your business’ application load could lead to serious complication.
CASE STUDY: The digital transformation journeys of leading AU companies
Interactive conducted a case study that delves into the digital transformation experiences of thought leaders from across AU's business landscape.
Extend the lifespan of your IT assets with a ‘sweating’ strategy
If you’re considering moving to the cloud and upgrading your technology, make sure you have a conversation about your own sweating strategy first.
Interactive launches Alliance, a SaaS app marketplace
Alliance will offer Australian-based SaaS providers a single platform into a local SMB community.
Interconnected systems work towards vision of a smart Melbourne airport
Operators, planners, managers and external providers will be supplied with real-time information to support collaborative decision-making.
Interactive content and gamification: Key trends shaping education
"These technologies are data-driven and sophisticated online platforms and software that adjust to learner interactions and performance levels."
Sharp rolls out interactive whiteboard built for the classroom
Sharp has announced the release of a new interactive whiteboard for the classroom, just in time for a new school year.
'Largest data migration in Queensland's history' complete
Interactive has taken Flight Centre on 'the largest data migration in Queensland history' as part of a new outsourcing deal.