Build Your Business Case for Application and Desktop Virtualization

| December 4, 2017

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There are two inexorable forces at work today in just about every IT organization. First, capital budgets are under greater pressure than ever, requiring IT leaders to find innovative ways to deliver applications and client computing to users more cost efectively. Second, the increased reliance on information technology for mission-critical applications means that IT organizations need to overhaul how applications and endpoints are deployed simpler, faster and with fewer management headaches.

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Benefits of Kubernetes on bare metal cloud infrastructure

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All-out SaaS for IT operations management

Article | April 9, 2020

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Super Blueprints Integrate the 5G Open Source Stack from Core to Door

Article | June 1, 2021

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Servian

Across the industry, technology teams were seen as failing to deliver business value and agility. We believed talented technologists focusing on delivering business initiatives were key to delivering lasting competitive advantage for our customers. Today we have over 200 team members following this vision across our offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Auckland.

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