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Research highlights the biggest frustrations in Australian IT departments
“This IT situation needs to change if organisations want to thrive."
Why the retail industry has misplaced network priorities
“For retail organisations unplanned network outages can impact both revenue and reputation significantly."
Protecting data centres from fire – your options
Chubb's Pierre Thorne discusses the countless potential implications of a data centre outage, and how to avoid them.
The seven critical skills all IT teams should possess
Skillsoft's EMEA MD explains how embedding key skills within in-house IT teams can help keep an organisation’s data safe and its employees productive.
CASE STUDY: From constant downtime to seamless connectivity
This SMB retail store was experiencing many challenges with maintaining reliable and secure Internet connections before meeting Cradlepoint.
The nightmare of network downtime: How to find the best monitoring solution for you
Why is it so important for businesses to monitor their systems? It’s simple – if the systems don’t work, bad things happen to the business.
CASE STUDY: How did this major NZ company achieve continuity?
The Briscoe Group was having issues with network redundancy - here is a story of their journey to stable business continuity.
Explosive uptake of Cradlepoint solutions as APAC investment increases
"Ultimately giving businesses the ability to deploy new services to not only make money, but save it too.”
The Olympics & IT strain: 75% of Australian orgs planning access restrictions
The Rio Olympics are in the spotlights, and IT professionals across Australia have been preparing for the network strain.
How did this SMB ensure continuity and save thousands of dollars?
"People gave up queueing and went to competing stores. This single outage was estimated to cost the business over $10,000 in lost sales."
Four ways network downtime can hurt your business – and how to prevent it
In most cases, a business can’t meet the needs of their customers, partners or even their own objectives when their network goes down.