Technology and IT innovations are evolving at an exponential rate—but so too are the methods and technologies used by those who try and breach enterprise systems.
Protecting your business’s data, assets and people’s privacy is critical for success in 2020, but the continued rise of cybercrime makes this task more and more difficult.
Hyper-convergence is your data centre in a box, an all-inclusive hardware and software package to manage your business.
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 have had a great run. Businesses have enjoyed these platforms for over a decade, but the time has come to upgrade with Microsoft finally ceasing support for both platforms.
Earlier this year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced HPE Nimble Storage dHCI, a new hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) solution built on ProLiant servers and Nimble storage arrays. Profoundly coined, it’s a solution that delivers the flexibility of converged with the simplicity of HCI.
But what does that entail exactly?
To help educate the market, EMPR Solutions have compiled an A-Z list of everything an organisation needs to know about dHCI. Enjoy!
Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), what is it exactly? Hyper-convergence is a single vendor computing infrastructure for virtual workloads. To be a little more specific, it’s one that seamlessly combines all of the IT components and services below the hypervisor into an x86 building block. It means you have no silos of independent IT components/hardware, and you also have no need for specialised training in component-level technology. Read more
Online job search provider Indeed revealed that 68 per cent of Australian businesses allow their employees to work remotely while more and more Aussie companies are starting with no intention of occupying a central office. Technology has allowed many industries to become flexible and allow workers to operate from home, full-time or part-time, and also manage remote workers that can be spread over the country—or even the world.
Private and public cloud. We’re all familiar with these terms and probably use both on a daily basis. But what are the differences between private and public cloud-based computing, and which might best suit your organisation’s needs? Read more
The trusty old Windows 7 operating system is still hugely popular worldwide, even though it was first released 10 years ago.
Unfortunately however Microsoft has announced it will be discontinuing support for Windows 7 with effect from January 2020, at which point all software updates, security updates and technical support will cease. Read more
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