By Keith Buckley, Vice President Australia/ New Zealand, Riverbed Technology
The IT organisation is becoming more and more strategic in helping companies reach their business goals. Companies are using technology as a means to not just expose new opportunities and tap into new markets but find ways to relate to their customer base and drive loyalty. As most of us are well aware, the primary choice for businesses today is to move as much of their IT infrastructure to the cloud as the cost benefits and resource elasticity are very well understood as drivers of cloud adoption. An additional benefit of this shift has been the rise of DevOps as a standard practice for IT.
Having started his IT company at 12, Alexander Slade is now 21 years young, studying at Uni while running a very successful SMB IT specialist as chief executive, with big aspirations for the future.
With HPE suggesting its technology will be available well into the 24th century through last year’s Star Trek ads, it seems Scotch Oakburn College in Tasmania has seen proof of the future.
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