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Business Continuity Solutions and Planning

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Business continuity solutions and planning involves developing a practical plan for how your business can prepare for, and continue to operate after an incident or crisis. A business continuity plan will help you to: identify and prevent risks where possible prepare for risks that you can’t control respond and recover if an incident or crisis […]

Melbourne Showgrounds

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Melbourne Showgrounds is one of Victoria, Australia’s premier venues. Managed by the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, the location is the site for the organisation’s flagship annual event, the Royal Melbourne Show, attended by around 500,000 people each year. The venue also hosts indoor and outdoor events such as conferences, concerts, and exhibitions throughout the […]

PRESS RELEASE

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Intellect IT’s appointment of Jesse Liberts to the role of Data Centre Practice Manager comes at a pivotal time where the new epidemics in IT – Big Data and Mobility- are driving an evolutionary change all underpinned by Cloud technologies. According to Cisco, global mobile data traffic in 2013 grew 81%; in Australia this growth […]

Connect 2014: March 13 & 14, Melbourne

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Catch us (at stand 61), alongside our partners EMC and Palo Alto Networks! Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre Connect combines 6 business and technology summits with a FREE 2-day exhibition featuring over 60 exhibitors showcasing the latest in digital technologies. Supported by the State Government of Victoria and NBN Co., Intellect IT is excited to […]

EMC new VNX range

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On 5th of September 2013, EMC launched next generation EMC VNX series unified storage solution. The new VNX series enabled with MCx (multi-core optimization) unleashes the power of Flash to address the high-performance, low-latency requirements of virtualised applications. When combined with the FAST Suite and the new Block Deduplication technology, VNX delivers the highest performance […]

The New Privacy Act

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Since 2000, privacy laws have expanded rapidly in Australia. Privacy has gone from an overlooked secondary issue to one of increasing importance to all organisations. Privacy laws are ramping up again with recent significant amendments to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and an increase in fines for non-compliance (up to $1.7 million) meaning that complacency […]