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Displaying items by tag: Business Continuity

GUEST OPINION by Jamie Atherton, country manager ANZ, Hyland:  As digital transformation continues to drive new solutions and services across the A/NZ region and organisations look for more flexible options, moving some, or all services to the cloud is becoming the deployment choice for many.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by George Tsoukas, Gigamon ANZ: Today’s powerful digital applications often span multiple tiers running on multiple on-premises and cloud platforms. This can lead to a fragmented, inconsistent view of data in motion and visibility gaps and blind spots that make it hard to deliver a secure, optimal user experience.

Published in Guest Opinion

University of Western Australia has deployed the process mapping capabilities of the Nintex Process Platform in a move aimed at accelerating process improvement and to underpin business continuity.

Published in Deals

VENDOR NEWS:  The pandemic has caused ground-breaking shifts in the business world infrastructure, and many companies are still struggling to adapt. Swift changes in circumstances demand equally quick actions if companies are to survive in the current situation.

GUEST OPINION by Daniel Harding, Director, MaxContact: Australia’s small and medium business sector is doing it tough and finding practical and affordable ways to connect with customers and prospects is critical to survival, Daniel Harding argues.

Published in Guest Opinion
Wednesday, 29 July 2020 20:58

In conversation with: Ed Pullen of Dataminr

We chat with Dataminr's ANZ Director about how the company was seeing the impact of COVID-19 on the IT security environment.

Published in Security

With Australians working remotely from home due to workplace restrictions during the COVID 19 pandemic, global software provider Citrix has launched a new online webinar series aimed at supporting leaders navigate the operational and workforce disruptions caused by the outbreak.

Published in Health
Friday, 17 April 2020 02:25

Business Continuity Today, Ready For Tomorrow

GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity: As the number of infections rises around the world, many companies have directed their employees to work from home as a cautionary measure in an effort to assist in flattening the curve. What at first was seen as a short term situation is being extended without a known or defined end date.

Friday, 17 April 2020 02:09

Business Continuity Today, Ready For Tomorrow

GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity: As the number of infections rises around the world, many companies have directed their employees to work from home as a cautionary measure in an effort to assist in flattening the curve. What at first was seen as a short term situation is being extended without a known or defined end date.

Published in Security

Organisations must have a modernised, updated business continuity and disaster recovery plan in place if they want to minimise downtime during an outage, a senior executive at disaster recovery company Zerto says.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 11 July 2016 10:47

Ransomware scourge – Geek to the rescue

What do you do if you are an accounting firm and succumb to ransomware? -Call for a Geek!

Published in Security

Business continuity specialists Zerto have announced an additional $20 million Series E1 financing, with plenty of international and vertical expansion, alongside ongoing product development promised.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Matthew Kates, Country Head of Zerto AN/Z, the disaster recovery and business continuity software company, has issued some analysis on Telstra’s network troubles.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Small businesses on the Optus network can access a newly launched satellite service for business critical applications during and after an outage.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 19:40

Big Data driving data centre growth

Big data, virtualisation and business continuity is driving data centre growth in Australia with over three-quarters of local businesses and organisations expected to increase spending on data centre facilities in the next 12 months.

Published in Data Centres

STREAM V2.0 to be showcased at Infosecurity Europe 2012

Wednesday, 07 March 2012 21:55

The IT security perception gap

 

McAfee's latest security report underscores the huge gap in IT security between perception and reality.

 

Published in Security
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 15:03

Aussie IT exposed to disaster

There's a big hole in Australian IT spending with 15 per cent of businesses admitting that they don't spend a red cent on disaster recovery or business continuity services. It's even worse internationally where 22 per cent of companies spend zilch on the issue.

Published in Security
Thursday, 03 November 2011 23:05

Full speed ahead and damn the torpedoes

Ernst & Young's 14th annual Global Information Security Survey shows that organisations are racing to adopt new technologies, but in their rush are neglecting the threat of security issues.

Published in Security
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