Mitchell Hageman's stories
Exploring the move from virtual machines to containerisation
Until now, virtual machines (VMs) have been a core technology for optimising infrastructure resources. However, digital transformation is creating enormous data loads, and the requirement for business applications to run faster than ever before is driving a shift towards containerisation.
How moving to a secure distributed cloud can help set businesses up for success
While the cloud has already been widely adopted by Australian companies and is considered mainstream technology, new developments and emerging trends are expected to provide new opportunities for businesses as they increase their investment in the cloud.
Five industrial robotics trends during times of digital transformation
Adaptability has always been a cornerstone principle for successful organisations. With the uncertainty the world has faced over the past two years, there has never been a more important time for this quality to come to the fore.
What is identity and access management and why is it so important?
Despite many high profile instances of online fraud, it can be easy to become complacent about the dangers. But in today’s world, where everyone has a unique digital identity based on our online presence, the threats are very real.
How to identify MS Teams sprawl and work towards an optimal digital environment
With the rise of remote work over the past 18 months, the use of Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams has exploded. Microsoft reports that roughly 50% of 365’s 260 million-plus commercial users now use Teams, although some experts place the number of users closer to 300 million.
The best practices for safer adoption of open banking
Asia-Pacific is a leader in open banking, thanks to the region's extensive digital ecosystems and a willingness to share data. Both financial institutions and tech firms have developed data-sharing infrastructure, and adoption rates are high in many countries belonging to the region.
New study shows IT decision-makers think organisations compromise cybersecurity in favour of other goals
A new study by security firm Trend Micro has revealed that 90% of IT decision-makers believe organisations compromise on cybersecurity in favour of other goals within their business.
Why IT needs smarter cloud security in the age of the hybrid workplace
For IT and security professionals, the job is becoming more complex day by day. With widely dispersed teams fast becoming the norm, new technologies emerging, and an ever-increasing level of threats, it's a demanding job that takes a lot to keep up.