Enterprise open source infrastructure solution provider, SUSE, has named Aptronics as its first Solution Partner in South Africa for the solution areas of SUSE Enterprise Linux and Storage.
Customer support is perhaps the most important factor for any organisation that relies on third-party software to run its day-to-day operations. And while open source software has many virtues, its unrivalled level of support is where it really shines – supported by a community of thousands of amateurs, professionals and hobbyists.
It’s no secret that organisations have been slow to warm up to the idea of cloud – and with good reason. Where digital data security was once as simple and straightforward as ring-fencing a network perimeter with a single physical gateway to control access, the cloud has changed everything.
Whether they improve your employees’ ability to do their job, extend your reach, enable new business services or enhance customer experience, apps offer an efficient, cost-effective method for driving business outcomes, or at least they should.
Veeam® Software, the innovative provider of solutions that deliver Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™, has introduced an advanced course for system engineers, Veeam Certified Engineer (Advanced: Design and Optimisation V1), with Johannesburg-engineer, Johan Grové of Aptronics becoming the first Veeam Certified Architect in South Africa.
With several South African companies affected, including top-tier organisations such as Telkom, the recent global panic around the WannaCry ransomware attack has opened many South Africans’ eyes to the very real risks of global cybercrime on businesses anywhere, anytime, and of any size.
In March 2017, Aptronics was the proud recipient of Veeam’s Most Significant Project of the Year Award at the 2017 Partner Summit held in Sandton.
Aptronics has partnered with the Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) training institute to provide learnership opportunities under the SAQA ID: 48573 IT Systems Support NQF5 programme.