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Lines between desktop computing and the cloud continue to be blurred
The cloud is blurring the lines for backup and DR, says Peter Thomas, KeepItSafe general manager. He offers some tips for seamless protection for your customers.
Double your ROI on unified comms
Companies investing in unified communications solutions report a tremendous return on investment for their efforts.
What is Lync’s role in corporate telephony?
What does Lync have to offer for a company striving for an effective corporate telephony strategy?
Customer experience key to preventing churn
Customers are attracted by price but kept by great service
The ever-expanding growth of VoIP
Cloud is a fashionable buzz word at the moment, regularly thrown round by anyone who’s got two cents to put in on upcoming IT trends.
Pros and cons of moving your telephony to the cloud
Every vendor will talk about the flexibility of their systems; most, however, do not provide truly customised services.
Cloud change coming to business telephony
Telephony – in all its forms, be it on-premise PBX, VoIP, unified communications or contact centres – touches all New Zealand businesses. Heather Wright looks at the changes cloud is bringing to telephony.
NZ ‘clean and green’… but not when it comes to ICT sustainability.
New Zealand has taken its eye off the ball and is falling behind in ICT sustainability, according to the recent Fujitsu New Zealand ICT Sustainability report...
Watchguard - From malware and ransomware to mobile threats
In a rapidly changing threat landscape, heuristics aren't enough. Rob Collins, WatchGuard Technologies senior systems engineer, APAC, explains why behavioural analysis is the next frontier.
Advanced threat protection: Now more than ever
Joshua Alcock, Fortinet senior systems engineer, outlines the five critical components to advanced threat protection.
Separating SDN hype from reality: A user's view
CityLink was one of the early movers in software-defined networking. Jamie Baddeley outlines their SDN experience - as a customer of technology - and the lessons they learned along the way.
Allied Telesis on SDN for the enterprise
Does SDN have real benefits for enterprises, or is it just a solution looking for a problem? Allied Telesis' Scott Penno offers his perspective.
Gartner - Five steps to mainstream SDN success
Software-defined networking (SDN) is a radical new approach to designing, building and operating networks that brings a degree of agility similar to what abstraction, virtualisation and orchestration have brought to server infrastructure.
Make it energy efficient says Schneider Electric
IT energy consumption is predicted to surpass that of the airline industry by 2020. Schneider Electric’s Simon Smith looks at one option to rein in equipment and infrastructure consumption.
Planning important in leap to fibre, says Kordia
Before making the jump to fibre, there are some things to consider. Kordia's Murray Goodman outlines them and a possible planning process.
SDN vision points to simpler, cheaper networks
The advent of software-defined networking (SDN) has the potential to revolutionise enterprise networks by slashing the complexity and costs of network administration.
Brocade: Turning the network into a platform for innovation
SDN has a role to play in data centres, says Brocade's Gary Denman. He highlights one local example...
Snap examines... the benefit of fibre
What can we do with fibre? That’s the question Snap’s James Koers says Kiwi businesses need to be asking now.
Mako: Keeping POS safe... Backoff!
A difficult to detect malware is targeting POS systems, warns Ken Caballero, Mako channel account manager. He offers some tips on how you can keep your customers safe.
Alcatel Lucent assesses... the SDN approach
Alcatel-Lucent's Dinesh Divakar takes a look at why SDN is needed and its benefits for business.
'End-to-end' is hot right now... But what does it mean?
These days, business process has become the most important asset of any organisation....
Trend Micro: Navigating the security minefield...
One size doesn’t fit all in security, says Robin Marjason, Trend Micro Australia and New Zealand channel and distribution director.
High fibre time for Kiwi business...
The nationwide UFB programme has raised the profile of fibre in New Zealand. But what does it mean for Kiwi businesses?
Vodafone NZ: Security threats becoming more sinister...
Colin James, Vodafone New Zealand head of security, puts forward the telco perspective on security and how increasing threats are impacting your customers.