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.
Tasmanian school Scotch Oakburn College has selected a Hewlett Packard Enterprise hyperconverged and Pointnext solution designed to boost its performance and improve the user experience, while minimising connectivity disruptions and operational costs.
An all-female panel discussed the rise of IoT and its need for protection, along with how to do this at a Kaspersky Lab and HPE event last Friday night in Sydney.
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