By: Richard Blewitt, Sales Director at Aptronics As your business increases its reliance on software applications and always-on access, even the smallest amount of downtime can have serious consequences. Choosing to move to an all-flash data centre will see your business optimise performance, capacity and cost across all applications – not […]
By: Richard Blewitt, Sales Director at Aptronics There’s no question about it: your business needs its applications up and running all the time – which means it needs non-stop, always-on storage. It also means that that there’s simply no time for downtime or delays – the obstacles on your business […]
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.
An organisation may choose to migrate its data centre for any number of reasons. Migrations may be necessitated by a data consolidation after a business merger, the changing needs of a growing business, an end-of-lease situation, a decision to move to the cloud, and many other factors besides.
Sunny Desai delves into the world of technology trends and explains why choosing the right technology partner is essential.
Enterprises have begun exploring cloud-based infrastructure, but SMEs stand to benefit the most from this transition. In 2014, World Wide Worx found that 22% of SMEs in South Africa were using cloud services, which equates to a 13% increase from two years earlier. More and more Aptronics clients from the SME space are enquiring about the benefits a move to cloud infrastructure could offer their business.
Complex disruptive technologies have drastically changed the IT needs of customers. Aptronics’s Sales Director Richard Blewitt takes a look at how technology companies can change their sales selling approaches to adapt.
Cloud: it’s the evolution in ICT that CIOs know they can’t afford to ignore yet aren’t quite sure how to go about implementing. If you’re struggling with which business applications and services to start virtualising and automating, you’re not alone.