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Infographic: Advanced Security from the Inside with VMware NSX
By VMware Australia | 29/6/2016

Okay, you've secured the perimeter of your Data Centre.

But what about those threats that infiltrate, lie dormant and then attack your critical systems from within?

Now, with micro-segmentation, you can implement fine-grained policies and network controls within each of your Data Centre components. It's an incredibly flexible and scalable approach.

And thanks to VMware NSX®, you can achieve this with your existing infrastructure, applications and security products.

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Re-defining Networking with Network Virtualization
By VMware Australia | 29/6/2016

With Network Virtualization, you can replicate your network components and security services in a software container. So all your provisioning and management is independent of your hardware.

This approach brings enormous benefits. Now your administrators can provision logical switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers and workload security in minutes - rather than days or weeks.

As a result, you can use Network Virtualization to connect to the Hybrid Cloud without worrying about network hardware dependency, interoperability or service provider lock-in.

You'll enjoy far greater business agility, dramatically simpler operations and lower costs.

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How to proactively manage cyber security threats
By Stickman Consulting | 27/6/2016

The consequences of a cyber-attack can be devastating, such as loss of customer confidence, ruined reputation and costly legal ramifications. Not to mention the potential destruction of your entire business. To be fully effective, cyber security must be proactively managed and owned at board level. Not not just by the IT department. It needs to be broad in scope, and senior management needs to recognise that it’s a whole of business challenge.

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Infographic: IT Professionals Get Real About Network Virtualization
By VMware Australia | 23/6/2016

Get real about Network Virtualization. Many companies are moving away from hardware-centric networking and adopting a new approach: Network Virtualization.

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Simple, Successful: Why More Organizations Are Adopting Network Virtualization
By VMware Australia | 23/6/2016

One of the key advantages of network virtualization is that it offers a smooth transition to revolutionary change. It's already a proven model in the Data Centre. Now your IT can move forward without disruption - while you make changes incrementally.

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Why CIOs Should Consider Independent Support
By Rimini Street | 20/6/2016

Every CIO knows that the technology landscape is changing, and changing fast. The question is, can your infrastructure keep up?

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Top 10 Misconceptions About Independent Support
By Rimini Street | 20/6/2016

This report outlines the top 10 misconceptions about independent support and what the reality is.

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Seven Reasons Why Software Licencees Choose Independent Support
By Rimini Street | 20/6/2016

This report examines the current state of enterprise software support. It explores seven reasons why companies are choosing independent support, and why it may make sense for you.

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Assessing the Business Case for Independent Software Support
By Rimini Street | 20/6/2016

This report looks at companies seeking to do more with fewer resources by looking at their overall IT operations budget to identify under performing investments. They’re finding that moving to independent support frees up vendor tax dollars to invest in technology that drives growth and greater innovation, enabling them to deliver what the business needs now.

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AZURE OR AWS: Five Real World Scenarios to Consider
By Data#3 | 17/6/2016

This Data#3 Cloud discussion paper explores five specific use cases as a way to illustrate the strengths of Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) as alternative Cloud platforms for business, and examines their relative capabilities for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS). Each practical scenario provides insights, tips and questions to ask to facilitate comparison in the context of your organisation.

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