Mobility in the workplace is a continuing demand on enterprise IT and with predictions for this area indicating continued growth, year on year, mobile isn’t new anymore, it’s the new normal…
How can current BC&DR offerings help organisations with current issues, such as ransomware, data breaches and new data regulation?
Data lives in many places and many forms in today’s world, SaaS applications, file shares, databases, business applications, whether this data is on premise / off premise or in the cloud, each in their own silo – how can an organization cover off these requirements….
With converged infrastructure sales wavering, but hyperconverged taking off, what do Irish organisations need to know to ensure they make the right bet in this area?
For years, we have been dealing with the build your own IT infrastructure versus converged solutions and both have merit but it is up to each organisation to define which is right for them…
Are managed security services now mature enough in Ireland for an organisation to give up traditional solutions and go entirely with a Managed Security Sevice Provider?
Solutions Architect with Asystec, Ryan O’ Donnell gives us his opinion…
Network virtualisation: an opportunity for real competitive advantage
Lorne Chedzey, Asystec SDDC sales manager talks about how network virtualisation is an opportunity for real competitive advantage.
Data data wherefore art thou data?
Surprisingly, even with all the talks and events circulating with regard to the ‘looming’ GDPR, a lot of companies that we talk to have no plans in place to address the strict regulations.
Journey to the digital workspace - Asystec and VMware
The consumerisation of IT has increased the potential for digital disruption across many industries. While this move towards a flexible end-user experience delivers benefits to an organisation, such as agility, collaboration and staff retention it also presents risks. In this short video, Joe Baguley (EMEA CTO, VMware) and the team at Asystec and VMware will take you through the journey to the digital workspace.
Should Irish organisations ignore the web-scale trends and focus more on enterprise reliability for their network infrastructure?
Dynamic and Flexibility are somewhat over used words within IT industry in the past few years, everything seemed to be described as dynamic this and flexible that without much explanation being provided as to the actual features and benefits of a dynamic and flexible estate.
What currently available cloud services hold the greatest value for Irish Organisations?
More and more Irish organisations are dipping their toe into the world of cloud services and 2016 is seeing massive growth in this area. Irish customer are also benefiting from the fact that the main cloud services giants have a datacentre presence in Ireland.
Build your own Business and Technology Briefing here at Asystec
The Asystec Executive Briefing Centre’s offer our customers a unique opportunity to explore the solutions and technologies we provide. Read this post to find out exactly what happens when you attend an Asystec briefing!
Converged Infrastructure Deployment - advice from the experts...
This is a must read for organisations embarking on a Converged Infrastructure deployment project alongside their existing IT Infrastructure.
Big Data Analytics - So what's your secret sauce?
So what makes Asystec’s approach to analytics different to others? Dave Clarke reveals all in this article where he interestingly compares analytics to cooking!!
User Behaviour Analytics is key to IT Security
With the mobile and online worlds we live and work in today there are multiple ‘perimeters’ and attack surfaces and they change all the time – often in minutes. So the security experts have generally moved to instant and real-time defence as the more effective approach.
Security expert and Director of the Security and Governance practice here at Asystec explains all…
What advice would Asystec offer end user organisations in the post safe harbour age as they gear up for the implementation of the new general data protection regulations?
Asystec Data Protection Specialist, Peter O’ Connor explains all.
If organisations need to extend the life of existing storage investments how best can this be done?
The enterprise storage market is in a transitional state with newer all-flash arrays and hyper-converged infrastructure disrupting legacy storage architectures. If for whatever reason your company is not in a position to consume these newer technologies, what choices exist to extend the investment in your legacy platform(s)?
Managing mobility in enterprise is a tricky business, with many finding the device fleet a particular challenge. With new tools allowing for a three pronged approach to manage devices, applications and content, is this beast finally tamed?
VMWARE NSX & ASYSTEC
Take a look at this short video from our recent NSX seminar and hear first-hand the expertise and skill set that the Asystec and VMware partnership are bringing to the market.
NSX delivers proven networking for the Software Defined Datacentre, Security and Micro-segmentation, Agility and streamlined operations and a platform for advanced networking and security services
Why use Managed Security Service Providers
Security has never been out of the public eye, but lately, it seems, it has rarely been out of the headlines. Is it time for organisations to admit that they simply cannot keep pace with the volume, velocity and variety of threats now faced? Is it time for enterprise to hand over responsibility to a managed security service provider?
Pressure on IT Security has never been greater
With targeted attacks predicted to rise, the rapid pace of smart connected device deployment and demand for access to more information than ever before, anywhere on anything, the pressure on IT security has never been greater – do you agree?
Challenge in managing Enterprise Mobility
With the development of both management tools and device features, what is currently the greatest challenge for organisations in managing enterprise mobility and what can you do to help?
Software Defined Data Centre
Software defined storage is developing alongside software defined networking and unified platforms, is another great leap on the horizon. What are the criteria for an organisation to decide on its next move in storage, leveraging existing assets as much as possible?
Do I need as many servers anymore??
The advent of virtualisation in reality lessened the reliance on branded server hardware that existed when talking about physical server workloads. We are focused on the applications and workloads and the server layer is just a vehicle for providing CPU, Memory and network connectivity. We find that our customers are less attached to the server vendors and are more willing to adopt commodity hardware/servers.
What are the key concerns for organisations in moving to a Managed Security Service?
Brendan McPhillips, Director of Security at Asystec, offers this advice to organisations when moving to a managed security service.