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.
The rapid and large-scale shift to remote working across many industries has raised new questions around the security of the platforms supporting virtual collaboration and communication. With broader adoption came reports of abuse and misuse: uninvited guests ‘Zoom-bombing’, misleading privacy policies, and lax encryption have all been well-publicised, shining the spotlight on the security inadequacies of popular collaboration platforms.
The rapid and unexpected need for large-scale digital learning has put many schools and universities under enormous pressure. Delivering quality learning outcomes means providing innovative and immersive digital experiences, both on campus, and at home.
For many institutions, however, the technology to support effective digital learning is lacking, and the education experience is suffering.
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 the one service agreement with Technology Intelligence Services.
In our first episode of 7 Minutes of Security, our host and National Practice Manager – Security, Richard Dornhart consults Hugh Perry from the Data#3 IT Operations team, to understand how Data#3 and our customers use Splunk to bring real-time data to every decision.
COVID-19 has been the catalyst for a re-prioritisation of initiatives within the healthcare industry. As it becomes abundantly clear that these changes are here to stay, healthcare providers need to ensure frontline workers have the right devices to continue to deliver superior patient care, while ensuring they remain safe and secure.