GUEST OPINION by Pieter DeGunst, Managing Director, Tecala: After struggling through constant lockdowns and disruptions throughout 2021, Australian businesses
are determined 2022 will be a much better year. This year we‘ll see organisations moving towards living with COVID and forging ahead with their plans for growth.
COMPANY NEWS: Tecala, an award-winning technology services and IT consulting provider, has announced the appointment of Marcus Chow as head of account management.
GUEST OPINION by Kristian Yench, Manager – Solutions Consultancy at Tecala: When it comes to making effective use of business technology, it’s all too easy to be distracted by the latest shiny new thing. Buzzwords such as ‘digital transformation’, ‘intelligent automation’ and ‘connected business’ appear full of promise and potential – especially in our times of COVID where there’s even greater pressure on technology to be an instrument for effective business change.
COMPANY NEWS by Managed Services Provider (MSP) Tecala: Despite the lockdowns in parts of Australia during August, Tecala employees, family and friends stepped up to the challenge of completing 10,000 steps each day throughout the month to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s (NBCF) vital breast cancer research.
COMPANY NEWS: Tecala, Australia’s award-winning technology services and IT consulting provider, has announced that it has been named as one of the world’s premier Managed Service Providers in the prestigious 2021 Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings.
Technology services and IT consulting provider Tecala has chosen global managed detection and response (MDR) cybersecurity services provider eSentire as its exclusive MDR solution provider in Australia and New Zealand.
MEGA UPDATED: More than FIFTY top IT companies in Australia have provided IT industry commentary on Australia’s 2021 Federal Budget, focusing on the digital economy, cyber security, business and more.
Sydney-headquartered cloud and managed services provider Tecala has been named as the first Rubrik Authorised Support Partner (RASP) in Asia Pacific.
Where is the money in the move to cloud computing? What's profitable and what isn't?
GUEST OPINION by Pieter DeGunst, Managing Director, Tecala: After the past 12 months of disruption and economic uncertainty, the business world is looking forward with relish to sustained growth conditions in 2021.
We posed this question to a broad swathe of senior industry executives. Here's what they had to say.
GUEST OPINION by Brian Holder, General Manager Sales and Marketing at Tecala: Since first rising to prominence in the late 1990s, cloud computing has become a key component of many company’s IT infrastructures. The benefits it offers in terms of cost, performance, global scale and manageability are well understood and documented. But for many organisations the key challenge they face with the cloud is how they should configure the different architecture and service offerings into a reliable, stable and secure foundation for their business.
The IT industry in Australia is strong, and despite the economic downturn that COVID-19 has unleashed upon the world, IT is the glue that has kept a lot of businesses in business, defeating cybercriminals, keeping us connected and so much more, so what did local IT industry leaders say about Australia's 2020-21 Budget?
RyanClements joins Tecala with more than 13 years’ experience in the IT industry during which time he has specialised in IT business strategy development and infrastructure management.
Cloud and managed services ICT company, Tecala, has appointed 20 year IT veteran Mark Hood as General Manager of Sales and Marketing.
Cloud consulting and solutions provider Tecala has appointed Scott O'Hara as general manager of sales and marketing.
Tecala Group as made three appointments, two in its technology solutions team and one in account management.
A survey of CIOs and IT managers has found that virtualisation and cloud are top priorities for the coming year.
As companies prepare to refresh the first generation of virtualised IT infrastructure, a forum of Australian industry experts has reminded CIOs that the benefits of a consolidated hardware footprint may be great but successful virtualisation must go hand-in-hand with strict risk management procedures if vulnerabilities in security, power, data management and disaster recovery are to be avoided.
Corporate bean-counters are increasingly encouraging the migration to virtualisation and cloud computing, but often forget about the proper plumbing, leaving IT managers scrambling to ensure they have the appropriate power supply, security and disaster recovery to cope with the transition.
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