30 May 2019

The Voice Newsletter - May 2019

 

The MAY Edition / 2019
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Welcome to May’s edition of The Voice.

This month we’ve taken a look at a number of the current topics and challenges that IT professionals and their organisations are facing, including SD-WAN technology and SaaS platforms’ role in hybrid IT. We have also included an article that we recently had published in CSO magazine that discusses how businesses can go about filling the current security gap that exists in many Australian organisations.

There’s an ever-growing number of challenges, threats and opportunities that exist both within and because of IT. Knowing what to ignore, what will make the biggest impact, and how to get started is often the most difficult part. Please feel free to speak to us and we’ll be able to help you develop your technology roadmap and prioritise your digital transformation.

 

 

 
 

Why you need an effective SD-WAN strategy
WHY YOU NEED A HYBRID SD-WAN STRATEGY

Just like with any piece of disruptive technology, SD-WAN should be viewed as an important piece of the puzzle, not some sort of panacea in its own right.

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Info Sheet: Enabling Your Digital Transformation
ENABLING YOUR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Thinly-spread IT professionals are struggling to find the time needed to be able to lead on their biggest strategic opportunity: digital transformation. How can an evolved Managed Services Provider help?

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The rising popularity of SaaS means you need a ‘hybrid’ strategy
THE RISING
POPULARITY OF SAAS
MEANS YOU NEED A
‘HYBRID’ STRATEGY
One of the prevailing trends
at the moment is a sharp
increase in the adoption of
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
applications and platforms.
But where do your legacy
systems fit in to your
organisation’s infrastructure?

  FIND OUT  
IT has a bigger role than ever to play in attracting and retaining talent
IT HAS A BIGGER ROLE THAN EVER
TO PLAY IN ATTRACTING AND
RETAINING TALENT

Staff today, no matter the industry or position they’re in, need to be able to access the applications, networks and core business data that’s fueling their organisation regardless of where they are, when they’re doing, and irrespective of the device they’re using.

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Filling Australia’s blindingly large security policy gap Could This Be The Big Break-Out Moment For Augmented Reality? ISPs challenged over NBN speed claims
   

 

FILLING AUSTRALIA’S
BLINDINGLY LARGE
SECURITY POLICY
GAP

COULD THIS BE THE
BIG BREAK-OUT
MOMENT
FOR

AUGMENTED
REALITY?

ISPs CHALLENGED
OVER NBN SPEED
CLAIMS


“At Brennan IT, we advocate following the Fun4, or the
fundamental 4 actions
that you need to
complete in order to
identify your current
security posture and
establish and grade
the work needed to
fill your security gaps.”
Augmented Reality has
been touted as the
next big thing for the
last several years, yet
with little evidence of
the mass penetration
that has been forecast
by experts. However, a
resurgence seems to
be building in the space
as a result of both new
players entering the
fray as well as the
application of various
innovative models.
Internet providers
have come under
renewed pressure to
scale back their
advertised ‘typical’
evening speed claims
for NBN services
following the release
of a new metric that
shames alleged
under-performers.
     
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