Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things
IT managers stories - Page 2
Backup storage growing problem for enterprises, Veeam steps in
“With Veeam, enterprise IT can go beyond legacy backup to embrace true data centre availability for all data and applications."
LogRhythm rolls out latest version of security platform
“LogRhythm optimises enterprise security monitoring, detection and response programmes by delivering an integrated product line."
CIOs say yes to agile, no to traditional methods
CIOs are increasingly turning to agile software development methodologies to meet the demands of evolving digital businesses.
Are you prepared for industry disruption?
New technology, processes and delivery are disrupting IT channel organisations, and in order to stay ahead of the game companies must act now.
Creating the right storage environment for private cloud
As more companies in Australia and New Zealand embrace cloud hosted technologies, there are some important issues for organisations to consider.
Meet the newest member of the IT team: the chief data officer
IT departments will soon add a chief data officers (CDO) to the team in order to remain successful as competition heats up.
Aussie IT teams under pressure and wasting money
The pressure on IT teams is growing and the cracks are beginning to show, with a significant number of IT teams wasting more than $100,000 every year.
How the IoT is changing the cybersecurity conversation
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the nature of cybersecurity and redrawing the lines of IT responsibilities for the enterprise.
Unisys: How service management tools boost productivity
"Service management is not a one-off project, it's something that needs to be part of the culture, and as a result the choice of tool is important."
MayTek stays ahead of the IT movement with Hosted Network
MayTek have evolved their service portfolio to meet the growing needs of their clients as well as generate significant recurring revenue.
How to address authentication challenges with ever increasing user demand
In the age of complex web-based applications, unmanaged devices and an expanding global user base, it is more difficult to ensure security.
IT teams: Close the innovation gap to find success
IT teams need to work to close the ‘innovation gap’ in order to remain ahead of the competition, according to CenturyLink.
Aussie IT departments unprepared for rise of IoT
"While there is widespread consensus about the transformative potential of the IoT, most organisations are not doing enough to prepare."
Organisations undergoing major shifts
A new era of enterprise technology has experienced widespread availability, and as a result organisational operations are undergoing major shifts.
How to drive success with your IT operations
“By adopting the practices of mature IT organisations IT groups can focus on projects that will drive results for the business.”
Dell invites you to meet the brightest minds in IT
Join the Dell Solutions Tour in Perth and Adelaide on May 13 and May 26, an exclusive event brought to you by Dell.
New Wellington agency puts a fresh spin on big data
DOTlovesdata is a new Wellington based agency that works with a business to turn big data insights into positive change.
Storing and managing data hindering Kiwi businesses’ ability to innovate
A Nimble Storage survey have revealed IT decision makers in New Zealand claim the complexity of storing and managing data is impacting their ability to innovate.
Ovum 'decision matrix' to help CIOs assess vendor landscape
"CIOs are under increased pressure to ensure that decisions are justified and investments deliver."