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Zerto 8.0 launched with strategic partners Google and VMware
“With Zerto 8.0, our mission is to deliver IT resilience everywhere, by introducing a range of new and powerful features along with deeper integration with market-leading public cloud providers."
A/NZ firms fail to detect technical issues - until customers report them
A PagerDuty survey says that 42% of firms only uncover major technology issues from their customers.
Zerto eyes growing A/NZ market presence in 2020
Zerto is continuing to build out its presence in the A/NZ channel, signing on 17 new partners in the region in 2019 and bringing its total partner count in A/NZ to 209.
Your dynamic workforce just got a whole lot more dynamic
Overnight, your dynamic workforce just got even more dynamic - and not in the ways that anyone particularly wants.
Veeam launch of new data protection suite 'biggest ever'
"This is the biggest release in the history of Veeam, creating the simplest solution for hybrid-cloud environments.”
South Australian map technology supporting Kangaroo Island bushfire efforts
The new technology provides real-time maps of the Kangaroo Island fire-front, supporting the efforts of the Australian Army and relief and recovery operations teams on the ground.
VyOS offering pro bono network subscriptions to those affected by bushfires
VyOS is an open-source network OS that provides a wide range of features for any network, from a small business to an Internet service provider worldwide.
AWS Outposts adds new availability regions
The seven new AWS Outpost regions include Asia (Hong Kong & Singapore), Middle East (Bahrain), Europe (London, Paris, Stockholm), and Canada (central).
MiTek deploys Nutanix to better serve Australia’s construction industry
This announcement is part of the company’s strategic efforts to drive innovation and develop new services to improve the efficiency and stability for customers, according to a statement.
Hillstone Networks bolsters DR preparedness for Bank of China Macau
Hillstone Networks is helping Bank of China Macau improve disaster prevention and disaster response initiatives, with the goal of achieving 24/7/365 availability without compromising security or performance.
BitSight enhances fourth-party risk management solution
BitSight for Fourth-Party enables customers to identify areas of business and cyber risk. It does this by automatically pinpointing connections between any organisation, its business partners, and potentially risky fourth parties.
RingCentral deploys IT solutions for Sydney's BridgeClimb
BridgeClimb deployed RingCentral Office and RingCentral Contact Centre Solutions across its entire staff in October 2019 – a rollout that took just seven weeks.
Upcoming NAKIVO v9.1 release set to extend platform coverage
Robust data protection needs to come in a package that protects virtual, physical, and cloud environments.
StorageCraft report suggests firms need a 'ransomware reality check'
68% of respondents have a ransomware recovery plan, yet almost a quarter (23%) don’t test those plans, and 46% test them once a year or less.
IBM works with airline IT provider to bolster business continuity
Hitit will adopt IBM’s infrastructure, including availability zones, to serve as the primary back-up to its on-premises data centre for resiliency and disaster recovery.
Gartner: Top 10 trends impacting IT infrastructure & operations in 2020
“This past year, infrastructure trends focused on how technologies like AI or edge computing might support rapidly growing infrastructure and support business needs at the same time."
Fenner Dunlop turns to Rubrik for cloud backup & DR
“Our previous solution was extremely unreliable. We didn’t know if backups would take four hours, 20 hours, or if they would work at all."
Nutanix & HYCU collaborate on storage solution for private cloud
Nutanix and HYCU have unveiled a solution for joint customers that provides a secondary storage solution within private clouds.
Enterprises embrace cloud but struggle to assert security & control
Only 11% of respondents said their companies have been ‘extremely successful’ in realising what multi-cloud can do for their organisation.
ExtraHop integrates with Google Cloud's new packet mirroring feature
Google Cloud has announced a new packet mirroring feature that integrates with ExtraHop’s ExtraHopReveal(x) to enable stronger threat detection, investigation, and response.
What a CFO’s disaster recovery plan looks like
Most corporate organisations don’t put a disaster recovery plan in place and underestimate how much employees and operations can be impacted.
Gartner: Geopolitical tensions affect risk management strategies
“The trade talks progress may hinder China’s ability to deliver IT services,” says Gartner research vice president Jim Longwood.
Ensuring digital transformation doesn't turn into a digital disaster
“Be very clear about what are the risks are you exposed to within any solution, and understand those risks clearly from a business impact perspective."
Why CSOs need a disaster recovery plan for security incidents
Without a BCDR plan, businesses face certain chaos in the event of a disaster with teams not knowing who to call, where to start with the recovery process, and how.