ManageEngine, the enterprise IT management division of Zoho Corporation, is bringing its Australian Cloud Series 2023 to Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane in March.
The Australian Cloud Series 2023 will share best practices for organizations to stay resilient despite external disruptions while still maximizing the benefits of the cloud; boosting the end-user experience; ensuring faster, platform-native AI and more. The series aims to equip IT and security decision-makers with the tools and knowledge to navigate the wave of Digital Transformation.
“After the last few unstable years, Australia has settled on a hybrid work model, with studies showing that work location flexibility combined with the ability to collaborate face-to-face strikes the ideal balance for staff productivity,” said Vinayak Sreedhar, ManageEngine country manager, Australia. “The cloud is the lynchpin to enabling this environment – which is why it’s essential for decision-makers to learn cloud best practices.”
The events will share cyberdefense best practices for today’s cyber landscape in which network perimeters are widening and cyberattacks against local entities are on the rise.
“ManageEngine’s recent global survey IT at Work: 2022 and Beyond revealed only 5% of decision-makers in Australia and New Zealand believe that the responsibility of protecting an organization from cyberattacks lies with everyone in it. There has never been a more pressing need for dedication to cyber-resilience and a strong security posture,” Sreedhar said.
The Australian Cloud Series 2023 will be hosted in Adelaide on March 2, Perth on March 9 and Brisbane on March 14. All events are free of charge and include sessions such as Adopting a Unified Service and Endpoint Management Approach and Monitoring and Securing Multi-cloud and Hybrid Infrastructures.
Adelaide Date: March 2, 2023
Venue: Hilton Adelaide
Perth Date: March 9 2023
Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Perth Northbridge
Brisbane Date: March 14 2023
Venue: Hilton BrisbaneClick below to share this article