Like any other business decision, investment in innovation should not be taken lightly.
If the talk is mainly around adding mobile devices to the existing pool of computing equipment, enterprise mobility programs often fail to meet business objectives
Companies built to survive the future are no accident. They are a result of deliberate business design decisions smart leaders are making today.
Increasingly Australian organisations are favouring consumption over capital-based models for delivery of enterprise communications services.
The University of Technology, Sydney required state-of-the-art communications to match the iconic and innovative nature of the new campus buildings and student housing. They also required a network infrastructure that provided flexibility, reliability, dynamic performance, redundancy, and resiliency, across several dispersed locations.
Four business technology and security experts from the UXC group shine light on Data Sovereignty - specifically its implications for enterprises migrating to the cloud.
The journey starts in the IT department with root cause analysis use cases then travels all the way to business leaders using real time insights to exploit emerging trends and maximise their business competitiveness
When managed services come up for renewal, the temptation is to roll the arrangement over to avoid the perceived costs and pain of change - even if you suspect you might be better off transitioning to a new services provider.
Glen is keen to hear how your organisation is managing the hybrid IT challenge.