White Papers/Resources

The Technology Decisions Resource Library contains white papers, eBooks, webcasts, videos and technical papers to help you manage and solve work related problems. Select from a variety of application and technology related subjects, supplied by market-leading vendors or written by our editorial team.


Gartner’s 2016 predictions for business transformation

Supplied by K2 Australia on 19 July, 2016

Gartner forecasts a critical necessity to explore non-traditional IT development — particularly for digital business and customer experience — to meet business needs and accelerate business transformation. Predictions point towards the most successful businesses in 2016 adopting intelligent business processes (rather than relying on the standard processes).


Advanced interconnection strategies for your network of tomorrow

Supplied by Equinix on 29 June, 2016

As demands for interconnectivity surge in scope and size, businesses need to recreate strategies to deliver growth, speed, security, scale and engagement. These challenges must also be simultaneously achieved within the next few years for a business to remain competitive.


Edge computing — the future of IT?

Supplied by Schneider Electric IT Business on 23 June, 2016

Edge Computing is pushing the frontier of computing applications, data and services away from centralised points to the logical extremes of a network. This brings bandwidth-intensive content and latency-sensitive applications closer to the user and provides businesses with prime opportunity to leverage a cloud computing architecture.


Your 5-step guide to successful encrypted traffic management — infographic

Supplied by Blue Coat Systems Australia Pty Ltd on 21 June, 2016

Security leaders are beginning to realise the far-reaching implications of network encryption — it truly impacts the efficiency of your entire security infrastructure. Encrypted traffic management (ETM) is now critical to balance modern security demands with privacy, policy and performance needs.


The key to fast and scalable low-code platforms

Supplied by K2 Australia on 16 June, 2016

Low-code platforms are a key strategy of rapid software delivery to win, serve and retain customers. These platforms are adopted by starting off small and then growing — but can these architectures scale in the way companies need them to?


What did 1000 IT leaders say about the enterprise of the future?

Supplied by Equinix on 09 June, 2016

This recent survey of 1000 global IT decision-makers reveals that businesses worldwide are taking action to become interconnected. 40% of interconnected Australian companies have realised more than $10 million in revenue and cost savings.


Lessons from abroad to help fast-track a digital-savvy government

Supplied by VASCO Data Security Australia Pty Ltd on 09 June, 2016

Australian government departments individually invest in securing data, access and identity. Lessons can be learned, however, from governments like Belgium and Singapore that have adopted a broader architecture to find a faster path to a digitally savvy government of the future.


How the public sector can profit from digital experience platforms

Supplied by Liferay Australia Pty Ltd on 09 June, 2016

The Australian public sector faces a combination of severe budget constraints, growing demand, innovation in technology and the mainstream adoption of digital communication channels. Government requires technology that can collate citizens’ experiences across all levels of government and channels of interaction to shift from transactional functions to citizen-centric lifecycle management.


Manage every customer interaction with digital experience platforms

Supplied by Liferay Australia Pty Ltd on 09 June, 2016

Download this white paper to read how digital experience platforms can break down silos and bring together data and channels in a way that can be shared among business units, and ultimately deliver digital transformation that produces exceptional customer experience.


How to maximise the benefits of your broadcast technology

Supplied by Black Box Australia Pty Ltd on 02 June, 2016

KVM systems, once an occasional tool for set-up and troubleshooting, are now a critical infrastructure item used every moment of the day. They provide that vital link between operations staff and the technologies used to create and distribute content.


The negative impacts of DC virtualisation — how to rectify

Supplied by Schneider Electric IT Business on 02 June, 2016

IT virtualisation can have significant consequences on a data centre's physical infrastructure. Cooling capabilities are challenged, downtime risk can rise and reduced power consumption can actually worsen a DC's power usage effectiveness if not managed correctly.


How to solve 7 critical security problems with ETM

Supplied by Blue Coat Systems Australia Pty Ltd on 25 May, 2016

As the use of SSL/TLS encrypted communications grows, so does risk due to hidden threats. To minimise risk, businesses deploy next-gen firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, anti-malware technologies and other solutions. All these solutions, however, cannot uncover malware inside encrypted traffic without slowing the network, adding complexity and increasing cost.


How to harness IoT for profit and efficiency

Supplied by Advantech Australia Pty Ltd on 25 May, 2016

In 2016, targeting IoT and utilising advanced technology is a key strategy for future business growth. To reap the most value, a solid IoT gateway solution is critical to harnessing your data flow and eliminating the latest IoT application challenges.


How to simplify network management and save costs

Supplied by Allied Telesis International (Aust) Pty Ltd on 23 May, 2016

Software-defined networking technology is changing how networks operate. More flexible and dynamic networks are allowing organisations to simplify network management, improve security, enhance user experience and save costs.


Software-defined networking — the future of network management?

Supplied by Allied Telesis International (Aust) Pty Ltd on 23 May, 2016

Data networking is evolving rapidly. As technology improves, user expectations increase, and new solutions are required. Software-defined networking (SDN) is now providing solutions to allow these new requirements to be fulfilled.


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