Conversations for business people
who want to understand the potential of technology
Going digital has never been more important for businesses than right now. Business models are changing, the way we work is changing and even our daily lives are different to what they were a year ago.
Navigating this change can be daunting so we've set out to explain and highlight how different technologies can benefit Australian businesses.
Each episode of the #SundataTV series is simple and to-the-point, featuring local business leaders who have used technology to solve problems and drive better results.
Scroll down to see the full list of episodes and what we’ll be covering. I look forward to having you along.
Today’s businesses demand 24/7 availability for their systems to serve their customers around the clock and to also comply with strict industry regulations. Downtime, whether planned or unplanned, is inevitable but you can be prepared with high availability and disaster recovery solutions. Our panel explores the options and considerations for IBM Power users.Register to watch
Linux is quickly becoming an operating system of choice for many organisations across different industries. This is being driven by a need to move fast and get services to market while ensuring everything stays up and running. In this episode, the panel looks at why Linux has become an enterprise standard OS for business, how to make migration as easy as possible, and the cost and performance benefits of deploying Linux on IBM Power.Register to watch
Leveraging an external IT service provider to handle the operation of your IT environment has become more common as a way to augment internal teams. But how do you know if this is the right approach for your organisation? In this episode, the panel explores what drives the need for a managed service provider and how to determine if external resources will build more value for the business.Register to watch
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