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Digital disruption is pushing enterprises to re-architect networks to support new digital engagement capabilities and leverage digital ecosystems.Achieving this level of engagement requires an interconnection-first approach with four initial steps.
Organisations are saving 14% of their budgets as an outcome of cloud adoption (Gartner reports). More government departments and agencies across the globe are joining the commercial sector and embracing cloud and virtualisation technologies.
A new technology paradigm based on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is redefining endpoint protection—and possibly security as a whole. The results are striking. With efficacy rates at 99%, artificial intelligence and machine learning applied at the endpoint protects at levels never before seen.
Digital business is enabled and enhanced through high-speed, secure, low-latency communication among enterprise assets, cloud resources and an ecosystem of service providers and peers. Architects and IT leaders must consider carrier-neutral data centre interconnection as a digital business enabler.
The Australian Signals Directorate identifies application whitelisting as the most effective strategy to mitigate targeted cyber intrusions. This Australian government agency reports that application whitelisting and the right combination of patches and administrative privilege restrictions can prevent the vast majority of targeted cyber intrusions.
Fibre connectivity thrives in high bandwidth and long distances, and has complete immunity to electrical interference. Integrating fibre-optic cabling and active equipment into existing copper-based, structured cabling systems will also generate significant savings.
Increasingly complex business transactions, third-party sources and social media channels have led to mounting volumes of bad data living within legacy systems.
With new high-speed standards in place, new regulatory challenges and demand for seamless access, the Wi-Fi network should be at the heart of planning for the future. IT professionals need to come to grips with a broad range of technical, cultural and security issues when designing and implementing or upgrading a wireless network.
This report provides a side-by-side comparison of leading data protection and availability solutions, looking at the ability to deliver a holistic backup and recovery strategy. The results are delivered as the Ovum Decision Matrix (ODM), a framework proven to greatly reduce the time and risk involved in product and service procurement.
This IDC insight highlights the growing importance of IT services management (ITSM) in the light of digital transformation in. ITSM is now maturing past its traditional processes to include agile and automated services critical to business operations.
Australia is being called the land of opportunity for hackers. Attack volumes are up over 100% each year and tens of millions of dollars are flowing to overseas bank accounts as ransomware victims try to buy their way out of security breaches.
Public service organisations are under pressure to make service delivery to citizens more accessible and convenient by offering the same consumer-grade experience that users typically encounter with banking and retail.
Fuelled by big expectations for increased Wi-Fi performance, the excitement building around Wave 2 of 802.11ac comes as no surprise. But is it just more technology hype or will Wave 2 provide quantifiable business benefits that are ripe for the picking?