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Jamie Humphrey stories

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Playing dumb no longer an option against ransomware reporting
Thu, 14th Oct 2021
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malware
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ransomware
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cybersecurity
Given the massive amounts of data enterprises hold, it may seem like an impossible task to prove what data was accessed and by whom. It isn’t.
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Tecala becomes first Rubrik Authorised Support Partner in APAC
Mon, 12th Apr 2021
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rubrik
Sydney-based Tecala becomes Rubrik's first Authorized Support Partner in the Asia Pacific, offering level 1 and 2 technical assistance to customers.
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City council in Queensland goes digital with Rubrik
Thu, 19th Nov 2020
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dr
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cloud services
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it automation
Redland City Council in Queensland has implemented Rubrik's data protection solution to free up its IT team for more innovative projects.
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IDC survey: Nearly 1/3 of data-ransomed businesses pay up
Tue, 27th Oct 2020
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malware
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cloud services
A Rubrik-commissioned ANZ survey by IDC finds that despite only 6% saying they would pay ransomware attackers, the reality is quite different.
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Understanding data is the first step in public sector cloud adoption
Wed, 23rd Sep 2020
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digital transformation
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retail
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rubrik
Before any cloud migration, it is essential to know exactly what data the organisation already has and where it’s located.
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BMD chooses Rubrik to make transition to digital data backup
Wed, 1st Jul 2020
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cloud services
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digital transformation
BMD revamps IT strategy, picking Rubrik for a swift digital data transition, enhancing point-in-time recovery.
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Former Nutanix head to drive Rubrik’s ANZ expansion
Fri, 27th Mar 2020
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multi-cloud
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recruitment
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retail
Jamie Humphrey has been appointed to the role of country manager and general manager for Rubrik's Australia and New Zealand business.
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Australia’s digital transformation: Can’t sweat it? Don’t sweat it
Tue, 5th Nov 2019
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contact centre
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cloud services
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hybrid cloud
Aussie firms opt for cloud's ease over assets as market booms to AU$6.5bn.