Stories that mention Greg Wyman
Privacy Bureaux, Comodo Cybersecurity form strategic partnership in AU
The addition of Comodo’s privacy and cyber security solutions delivers game changing protection for Privacy Bureaux's mid-market and SME clients.
How to make a business ‘invisible’ to hackers
Critical to every organisation is how to stop a cyber-security breach AND the damage it causes and do so within available budgets.
Hackers have evolved since COVID-19 but have cyber-defences kept pace?
It is critical to understand how effective each security product is in stopping the new tactics that the hackers have been using since COVID-19.
ACA Pacific signs on as ANZ distributor for global cybersecurity firm Comodo
As part of the deal, ACA Pacific will offer Comodo’s security operations centre as a platform (SOCaaP) to managed service providers (MSPs).
Just one click – that’s all it takes to let in cyber-crime
So how do organisations ensure that users are not compromised by simply doing their work? The answer is surprisingly simple, writes Bufferzone Security business strategist for ANZ Greg Wyman.
In IT security, ‘good enough’ is no longer good enough
Cyber attackers live by the motto ‘Never let a good crisis go to waste’, and COVID-19 delivers a perfect storm of opportunity for them.
Channel guru brings Bufferzone to ANZ
Previously, Wyman brought Backup Exec/Veritas, Brocade and StorageCraft to the region.
From cloud to instant failover - 5 industry trends disrupting data storage
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one most adaptable to change.”
Objective-defined storage & instant disaster recovery for the new enterprise
Disaster recovery is undergoing a massive paradigm shift with Objective-Defined Storage platforms leading the charge.
Are you cloud ready? How objective-defined storage & AI simplify cloud migration
In most organisations, 50 to 80% of all data is cold or inactive. How much cold/ inactive data is sitting on expensive storage?
How storage virtualization delivers data: Always on, always available, always fast
Consider this, 50 to 80% of all data is inactive, cold or stale – yet it is sitting on expensive storage – why?
Why silos belong on the farm, not in the data centre
Silos are great for the farm, but totally unsuitable for the new enterprises’ storage and data requirements.
How to avoid that next storage hardware refresh
Customers tell me repeatedly that they dread the phone call from their hardware storage vendor. Every three or four years, the call is predictable.
How to build a recurring revenue business
Of the many, many ways of doing so, one of my favourites is obvious and simple – perhaps too obvious.
If storage were invented today, here’s what it would look like
Let us picture the ideal storage platform if the technology were invented today, without limitations, pre-conceived ideas or restrictions.
At last – data storage as easy as turning on the tap!
Data storage should be just like the plumbing in a house or office. Want water, turn on the tap. Want colder or hotter water, adjust the tap.