Bringing together several companies, including Toyota Tsusho South Pacific, Coomera Anglican College, and Loreto College Coorparoo, the roundtable event featured discussions on the evolved role of IT in operational success, customer experience and business continuity plans.
“To keep pace with the digital economy, Australian businesses are continuing to refine their technology breadth and depth, but this doesn’t have to be complex,” said Vertiv channel director Australia and New Zealand Rob Steel.
“When it comes to powering business-critical data, the foundation of power, cooling and racking technology should be simple and reliable. This is essential for business continuity, and by bringing together complimentary vendor technologies like Seagate, and on-the-ground support and expertise from Connected South Pacific, we’re providing already stretched IT teams the building blocks they need for enabling uninterrupted business and customer experience.”
Throughout the evening, Connected South Pacific presented on its innovative turnkey data centre solutions, which harnesses Seagate’s data storage technologies, housed within Vertiv’s integrated micro data centre SmartCabinet.
Steel continued, “we’re creating a Swiss Army Knife of infrastructure solutions, which is cutting timely DIY in the server room, and prompting businesses to lean on the reliability of an off-the-shelf buy.”
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