The role of Data Centres within a business is changing rapidly with the cloud and the emergence of Managed Service Providers serving as a gatekeeper to the data centre. This frees up businesses to direct their staff and resources to focus on areas of real change and innovation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that has experienced enormous growth in recent years. The numbers vary, but experts have predicted that by 2020, there will be 25 billion connected things and over 2.5 billion connected people on social networks. This new reality of connectedness poses a number of considerations for businesses, while also promising huge potential for innovation.
For many organisations, cloud security is a chief concern for their internal IT teams when deciding how and where to use cloud services. Continuing our 2016 Outlook series, we dig into the area of security, look at how it is evolving with the rise in cloud adoption and look at why cloud is increasingly a security asset for organisations of all sizes.
Data analytics and data transformation has the potential to reinvent a host of industries from technology, to real estate, to retail, healthcare and more. To assist with the data transformation journey, let's take a look at some data transformation tools available through AWS.
Beginning our 2016 Outlook series, let’s take a look at cloud, its continuing evolution and what you might need to consider for your cloud environment.
Earlier this month, members of the Bulletproof team joined members of the Sydney Agile Community for Agile Tour 2015. For the last five years, Agile Tour has been delivering an annual conference delivering a full day experience of discovery, failure, success and learning.
Concluding our Omnichannel and Retail series, this week we take a closer look at where omnichannel is heading and what are the developments on the horizon.
Each November Click Frenzy gears up and marks the beginning of Christmas shopping for many people across Australia. Hundreds of retailers participate in Click Frenzy each year and with thousands of deals on offer, businesses involved experience a dramatic spike in traffic and online transactions.
Getting the customer (or prospective customer) to your online shop or marketplace is half the battle. From this point, there is still a significant attrition rate where a full shopping cart never makes it beyond checkout to order confirmation.
If you've been in business for a number of years or are growing rapidly, it's likely one aspect (or more) of your business is performing well: you may have a thriving in-store business; a booming online store; or apps that are generating rapid sales growth. Continuing our Retail and Omnichannel series, we look at the 5 keys to great omnichannel strategy to set you on the path to success.