Australian business technology solutions leader Data#3 Limited (ASX: DTL) today announced its results for the year ended 30 June 2020 (FY20), which are consistent with the guidance provided on 16 July 2020.
Commenting on the FY20 result, Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Laurence Baynham said: “We are delighted with the performance of the consolidated Data#3 business, which delivered another record result in what has been an extraordinary year. The result demonstrates the inherent strength and relevance of our solution offerings in an evolving market, and the growth in public cloud was a particular highlight.”
As Australia and the world, adjust to a new ‘business as unusual’ in the face of COVID-19, our thoughts are with the individuals impacted and the front-line responders keeping us safe and healthy.
As business leaders and IT teams feel the pressure to implement rapid solutions to keep their businesses running remotely, Data#3 is here to help. We have a number of solutions ready to deploy and resources available to help train staff from anywhere.
95% of Azure cloud customers have room for improvement.
Microsoft Azure remains the fastest growing public cloud1 – and for good reason. The Azure intelligent cloud continues to deliver on the promise of cost savings, security, flexibility and scalability.
Data#3 has found 54% of customers are overspending on hardware and licensing, and wasting IT budgets, while the other 46% are often under-licensed and pose a compliance risk. Manage and optimise software, hardware and even cloud workloads, from the one platform, with new Technology Intelligence Solutions from Data#3.
In 2015, when the Data#3 Hub was launched, the world was a very different place; the term “COVID-19” had never been uttered and TikTok was still a biscuit. The Data#3 Hub was created as a maintenance portal to help customers easily track their infrastructure. With nearly one million managed assets, over 700 customers, and countless resource hours saved, the Data#3 Hub has well and truly delivered on its key aim.
As the next-generation of meeting style begins to emerge, so too are a raft of bleeding edge devices and software designed to bridge the physical and virtual divide. Designed to work with Microsoft Teams, these modern meeting room solutions keep remote workers and their office-based colleagues connected.
Hybrid Cloud: have small to medium enterprises (SMEs) been missing out? No longer, GreenLake Swift is here. Swift is the same GreenLake model, now pre-configured especially for SMEs, reducing the workload for already stretched IT teams and bridging the gap between large enterprise needs and small business budgets. Learn more with this blog.