28 Mar 2019

The Voice Newsletter – March 2019

The MARCH Edition / 2019
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Welcome to March’s edition of the Voice in which we’re looking at the changing role of the IT department.

After examining the key findings from our recent research report, discussions with our customers and looking at wider trends, there’s a common thread we can see emerging: many Australian organisations don’t have a strategic plan that details how they are going to use technology to improve their business (digital transformation) and that most IT professionals are either too busy or unable to provide them with that plan.

The real value of your IT team can only be found if they’re empowered and are able to spend their time improving your organisation, not just ‘keeping the lights on’. So, what can be done?

Our new eBook explores some of the options and provides you with some guidance on what you can do, including how leading MSPs utilise new automation and self-service tools to help. Happy reading.

 
 
 

Defining the IT Department's New Role and the Future of Managed Services
eBOOK: DEFINING THE IT DEPARTMENT’s NEW ROLE

Change within the IT industry isn’t new, but what is is the speed and frequency at which major upheavals are now occurring, as well as the magnitude and scale of the consequences.

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Difference between Managed Services and Outsourcing
ATTENTION
IT MANAGERS:
YOUR ROLE IS
CHANGING!
Australian organisations are at an important crossroads when it comes to meeting the challenges of transformation and it’s bringing to light some of the clear and present difficulties that the IT department are, and have been, facing.
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Why the cloud looks different with HPE GreenLake
SURVEY REPORT: THE PRIORITIES, OPERATIONAL MODEL AND SUPPORT STRUCTURE OF IT TEAMS IN AUSTRALIAN MEDIUM-SIZED ORGANISATIONS
This survey report examines how IT departments in Australia are handling their growing workloads, what their current operational model looks like, as well as what the role their Managed Services Providers need to be playing in order for them to seize their biggest strategic opportunity yet: transformation.

 DOWNLOAD THE REPORT 
Webinar: The transforming role of IT in medium-sized Australian organisations
WEBINAR: THE IT TEAM’S CHANGING ROLE AND HOW THEY CAN SUCCEED MORE BY DOING LESS

Join us on 17-Apr @ 14:00 (AEST) for this webinar and discover how you can reduce ticket loads, shrink costs, improve service, and find the time to lead your organisation’s strategic initiatives once again.

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Top 5 reasons a good MSP will make your business better
THE TOP 5 REASONS A GOOD MSP WILL MAKE YOUR BUSINESS BETTER
As the pace of technological change continues to accelerate, companies without extensive financial and/or in-house resources are turning increasingly to Managed Services Providers as the only real solution to maintaining their digital competency.
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AUSSIE MID-MARKET FIRMS HEADED FOR BIG CYBER SECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY HEADACHES
Australia’s mid-market companies are currently at a higher risk of cyber-attacks and other disruptive events than ever before, and also risk falling foul of strict new data privacy laws and regulations.

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Govt floats $10m data misuse fines in Privacy Act revamp Securing the cloud amid a vanishing perimeter Celebrating the brilliant, bold and charming creator of Australia's first electronic computer
 

 

 

GOVT FLOATS $10M DATA MISUSE FINES IN PRIVACY ACT REVAMP
SECURING THE CLOUD AMID A VANISHING PERIMETER
THE BRILLIANT, BOLD & CHARMING CREATOR OF AUSTRALIA’S FIRST ELECTRONIC COMPUTER

Companies that suffer repeated privacy
breaches or that misuse customer data could
face much stiffer
penalties of at least
$10m under proposed federal law changes.

As cloud adoption increases, data
breaches escalate
and customers raise
the alarm, partners
are fighting security
battles on multiple
fronts.
Trevor Pearcey was just 27 years old and had been with his employer, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (later CSIRO), for less than a year when he went to his bosses with a bold idea.
     
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