Since Microsoft opened their data centres in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, more and more clients are asking me about moving workloads to Azure. The technology is great but what about management of the environment?
Category: Infrastructure Solutions
Windows 2003 Server reaches its end-of-life on July 14, 2015. If you haven’t already moved away from this operating system, or other unsupported operating systems, the time for action is now!
There’s good news for Australian businesses looking to move their IT resources to the cloud with the launch last month of Microsoft’s two Australian Azure cloud computing data centres.
Information Architecture is the structural framework underpinning your document and content management system. And just like the scaffolding to your house, it’s imperative to get those bolts tightened and the cross-beams in place before you go slapping on the wall paint.
These days most corporate networks are directly connected to the internet or exposed to computers that have been. Let’s face it, the modern corporate network is exposed and difficult to secure.
So you’ve decided you need a new financials /ERP business system to support your business. What is the total cost of ownership (TCO)? How much is it going to cost you?
When considering a migration to the cloud, most systems and applications need to be treated on a case-by-case basis, but does the same apply for Exchange? The short answer is no.
Is cloud computing about to wipe out traditional on-premise computing? Has it reached a tipping point?
It wasn’t that long ago that recovery of a server system required expertise from the infrastructure level right up to the application. In most cases, recovery in the event of a major hardware failure or data corruption involved a number of complex steps.
Take a look at Windows Server 2012 in detail. Here we tell you what the enhancements are and what the new release means to you and your business.