By 2020, almost a quarter of all organisations will use cloud services. In this article, we look at why IT departments are waking up to the benefits of cloud, and explore how your organisation can start taking the first steps to migrate to cloud services.
With the rise of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends, business users expect more from their workplace. Providing an agile environment with rapid response times from the IT department is now a given, which is why Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) is predicted to grow rapidly over the next five years.
A new focus on customer experience is sweeping through the aged care sector, ushering in intensified competition and a mandate for innovation. Read how BigAir helped one service provider seize competitive advantage using its remote networking solutions.
Wifi is now considered a right, not a privilege. Companies that deal with the public, or simply need to ensure internal WiFi is always available for employees working anywhere in the building, are now looking to WiFi-as-a-Service (WaaS) offerings to provide them with guaranteed service.
For many businesses finding that superfast broadband upgrades are still not delivering anticipated speeds, integrating fixed wireless and fibre offers a practical solution. Combining the increased bandwidth and long reach of fibre optics with the ease of deployment, mobility and freedom of fixed wireless, can enhance your service experience.
It’s almost a cliché these days to say that demand for bandwidth will continue on into eternity, demanding organisations commit to a never-ending cycle of equipment and software upgrades.
We’ve written before about the importance of having a robust disaster recovery framework in today’s highly digitised business environment. There’s no denying that a backup plan is essential to ensure true business continuity should something go wrong.
Today’s mobile-focused and cloud-based business apps are impacting the IT department’s efforts to create sound disaster recovery (DR) practices. Learn how to provide access to cloud-based to more people in more locations via more devices, while managing a robust DR framework. In the second of our two part review, we look at cloud services and their place in DR. Read part one here.
Today’s mobile-focused and cloud-based business apps are impacting the IT department’s efforts to create sound Disaster Recovery (DR) practices. Learn how to provide access to cloud-based apps to more people in more locations via more devices, while managing a robust DR framework. In Part one of this blog we look at mobile phones and their place in DR.