Unleash the next stage in your organisation's potential
A selection of insights, research and fresh perspectives to help transform your business now and for the future.
State of Cloud Migration Australia 2021 Report
This latest research by Omdia and Telstra Purple focuses on the state of cloud market in Australia, covering the critical challenges facing IT teams in moving workloads to the cloud, areas where investments are being made and the capabilities required to truly exploit the advantages that cloud brings.
This guide examines best practice insights to managing cloud environments securely and reliably, drawing upon the research and expertise of Omdia, Flexera, Forrester, Gartner and the customer insights Telstra Purple consultants have gained working with businesses across multiple industries on diverse cloud challenges.
It's never too late to start improving your supply chain
For years, supply chains have been getting more global and interconnected. At the same time, consumers have been given greater choice leading to higher expectations of service. Caught in the middle is an industry that must meet these expectations within increasingly complex realities.
Five reasons organisations are modernising their legacy applications
Businesses are meeting new challenges through application modernisation and transformation of their infrastructure. This is paving the way for innovative new business models, and allowing organisations to develop unique and engaging customer experiences.
While the past decade of digital transformation was marked by sending IT to the cloud, the next decade will be defined by proliferating smart and autonomous ‘Internet of Things’ devices at network extremities.
Cloud at scale: State of Cloud Migration Australia 2021 Report
Not long ago, cloud was still seen as a risky, untested proposition for critical enterprise workloads. Experience during the pandemic has shown what is possible, removed barriers and elevated confidence in cloud. Are Aussie businesses ready to take that impetus and ramp it up?
The cyber defence techniques we’ve been using for years are increasingly important as the number and sophistication of attacks increase. To deal with ransomware, consider supplementing your current defences with deception technology.
Active cyber defence tips the scales back in favour of the enterprise
With a significant increase in phishing and malware attacks, it’s clear the more we rely on technology, the more we need to be proactive in our cybersecurity posture so we’re not just waiting to lose the battle.