IT managers stories
Experiencing ransomware significantly impacts cybersecurity approach
"The survey findings illustrate clearly the impact of these near-impossible demands. Among other things, those hit by ransomware were found to have severely undermined confidence in their own cyber threat awareness."
SolarWinds announces updates to web performance monitoring products
With the improved functionalities, technology professionals managing every type of environment can monitor website availability and performance.
Why IT managers don’t have to be found in the IT department
Leon Adato from SolarWinds talks about how an arts education can help foster a good IT employee.
Microsoft says first-line workers are underused in digital transformation
The company cites an online survey of 1,390 working adults which was commissioned by Microsoft and completed by research firm, YouGov.
IT managers face increased scrutiny to secure a company's network, says exec
“Furthermore, they haven’t implemented the right policies from the start before taking on new technology.”
This is the time that will make or break Aussie businesses
“The IT department has found itself having to say ‘no’ to new business opportunities too often. It wasn’t supposed to be that way."
NZ's Public Trust puts IT system roll-out on hold
“This project was and is our number one priority. We’ll have a better idea of how long the delay will be in a few weeks."
Majority of IT professionals feel that increasing complexity is making their jobs harder
In an increasingly fast-moving digital world, companies around the globe face issues with managing their IT services.
Software AG rolls out NextGen business analytics offering
The ability to collect, monitor, analyse and understand a fast-moving stream of data is crucial for any digital enterprise, Software AG says.
Landesk's new IT Asset Management solution is all about visibility
“With this newest release, Landesk brings together the technology necessary to provide the visibility IT departments need when managing assets."
How can you best manage Apple devices at your organisation?
Organisations are realising the potential that Mac brings to their employees by giving them the freedom to use the tools they already know and love.
Aussie company experiences win with Riverbed joint solution
“We’ve removed a great deal of complexity from our environment, which will significantly streamline IT management and administration."
Traditional tech is dead: ManageEngine rolls out forward-thinking solution
"IT departments are moving from managing machines, applications and databases, and focusing more on user-experience."
Paessler brings monitoring capabilities to docker containers
“As adoption of container tech grows, it will also become more critical for enterprises to ensure the continuous operations of software containers."
Channel partners have more opportunities now than ever before
“Overall there are increased opportunities for the channel by virtue of the fact that nearly every manager now has a de facto IT function."
Organisations fail to utilise real-time analytics
Real-time streaming analytics is becoming the lifeblood of today's data-driven economy, but there is a gap in understanding how to effectively use it.
Defining trends that will shape the enterprise in 2016
Businesses are on the cusp of major digital transformation, as all departments invest in tech and even traditional enterprises embrace digital change.
What is the secret to saving money on IT expenses?
Information Technology: all businesses need it, but if you’re a small to medium sized business can you manage this cost effectively in-house?
Business Intelligence tools becoming more sought after
Business Intelligence solutions are becoming more sought after as enterprises recognise how actionable insights can boost business.
KVM brings benefits to global organisations
Companies such as ATEN are showing why KVM is not only still relevant for today’s world, but has a range of uses outside the data centre.
Is the CMO the newest member of the IT team?
"Business leaders outside of IT are making large and significant IT purchasing decisions – particularly the chief marketing officer (CMO)."
Teamwork at core of successful IT projects
“In many cases, it's not the technology that differentiates a successful IT implementation project but, how well the various teams work together."
Kiwi tertiary education provider rolls out Commvault IT solution
NZ’s Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) has upgraded its data protection and information management with a CommVault integrated solution.
Adaptable IT architecture key to success
“We often see a planned end set in stone for IT architecture. Instead, companies should be aiming for an architecture that is flexible and adaptable."