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Tuesday, 27 April 2021 18:13

Symbio Networks rebrands as Symbio

Communications software and cloud infrastructure provider Symbio Networks has undertaken a major brand update, including a new logo, to reflect what it says is the company’s Asia Pacific growth strategy and expanded product portfolio.

Published in Strategy

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.

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GUEST OPINION by Kathryn Ramanathan, ANZ Channel and Distribution Manager, CohesityAs Australian organisations recover from the disruptions of the past 12 months and make fresh plans for the year ahead, many are seeking ways to improve the performance and flexibility of their IT departments.

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GUEST OPINION by Budd Ilic, ANZ Country Manager, Zscaler: When you think about corporate data networks, they’ve changed dramatically during the past decade. Initially walled gardens with little or no connection to the outside world, they gradually evolved into infrastructures intertwined with other networks and the public internet.

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GUEST OPINION by Daniel Harding, Director – Australia Operations, MaxContactAn omni-channel contact centre can help your business service its customers more effectively but rolling one out is not without its pitfalls.

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GUEST OPINION* by Nicholas Hollings, Principal Solution Architect Equinix

There are significant challenges for enterprises on the way to digital transformation, with enterprise IT refresh cycles and budget constraints partly to blame. Another restricting factor is that there’s clearly a need to get everyone on the same page about the meaning of digital transformation and what it offers for different organisations.

GUEST OPINION* by Nicholas Hollings, Principal Solution Architect Equinix

There are significant challenges for enterprises on the way to digital transformation, with enterprise IT refresh cycles and budget constraints partly to blame. Another restricting factor is that there’s clearly a need to get everyone on the same page about the meaning of digital transformation and what it offers for different organisations.

Published in Strategy

GUEST OPINION* by Nicholas Hollings, Equinix: Most enterprises understand the digital imperative but face significant challenges on the path to digital transformation, with enterprise IT refresh cycles and budget constraints partly to blame, according to Global Principal Solution Architect Nicholas Hollings from Equinix, an interconnection and data centre company.

GUEST OPINION* by Nicholas Hollings, Equinix: Most enterprises understand the digital imperative but face significant challenges on the path to digital transformation, with enterprise IT refresh cycles and budget constraints partly to blame, according to Nicholas Hollings from Equinix, an interconnection and data centre company.

Published in Strategy

GUEST OPINION by Budd Ilic, ANZ Country Manager, Zscaler: The benefits of cloud platforms are now well understood within most organisations, however some IT teams are still hesitant to adopt due to the subject of security.

GUEST OPINION by Budd Ilic, ANZ Country Manager, Zscaler: The benefits of cloud platforms are now well understood within most organisations, however some IT teams are still hesitant to adopt due to the subject of security.

Published in Security

GUEST OPINION by Steve Coad, Cohesity: The growth and development of cloud platforms and services has had a profound and long-lasting impact on corporate IT. Rather than having to deploy and manage complex infrastructures, organisations are now able to ‘rent’ capacity and capability as required.

GUEST OPINION by Steve Coad, Cohesity: The growth and development of cloud platforms and services has had a profound and long-lasting impact on corporate IT. Rather than having to deploy and manage complex infrastructures, organisations are now able to ‘rent’ capacity and capability as required.

Published in Cloud

Software engineers in Google's cloud business flouted orders from their managers to build air-gapping into technology that would help the company win military contracts, a report claims.

Published in Security

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