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  • Five practical machine learning lessons from the Tour de France
    Five practical machine learning lessons from the Tour de France Tim Wade, Senior Director, Technology & Architecture & Peter Gray Sports Practice Senior Director, Dimension Data Recorded: Dec 12 2017 39 mins
    The explosion of data is making the need for machine-learning capabilities almost non-negotiable. Data has become a critical part of all elements of sports with top teams using it extensively to improve performance. Predictive analytics and machine learning have the potential to transform the world of sport and your business. The exponential growth in this area is making it possible to predict the outcomes of sports events, a step beyond merely analysing historical data.

    In this webinar, our experts will take a deeper dive into our big data solution and advanced analytics to predict results at the Tour de France, the first time this has been used in the world of professional cycling. The success of the project was a direct result of a practical step-by-step approach that any organisation looking to use the power of machine learning and predictive analytics can build on and help transform their business.
  • Analytics accelerate digital workplace transformation
    Analytics accelerate digital workplace transformation Tommy Graham, Sr. Solution Executive, Dimension Data Recorded: Dec 7 2017 22 mins
    According to Dimension Data’s recently released 2017 Digital Workplace Research Report, 58% of organizations surveyed use analytics to benchmark their use of workplace technologies, and a quarter of organizations are investing in analytics tools to monitor and improve the adoption of collaboration tools.

    Understanding the adoption of collaboration tools represents a huge challenge for organizations. Today, UC is viewed in silos with decisions being made on limited information and few paying attention to the overlap. With evolving ways of working, an explosion of UC applications, and the constant pressure to reduce cost while improving productivity, the need for comprehensive BI to support informed decision making has never been more paramount. Join to learn how Dimension Data is using analytics to accelerate digital workplace transformation.
  • The Rebrand of Skype for Business – what it really means for your organisation
    The Rebrand of Skype for Business – what it really means for your organisation Alex Bennett, Ross Bitove, Phillip Priestly from Dimension Data Recorded: Nov 30 2017 21 mins
    The rebrand and merger of Skype for Business Online (delivered from O365) into Microsoft Teams over a period of time, has resulted in a number of questions being raised from clients who've already invested in Skype for Business, and also from those looking to transition to Skype for Business / Office 365 in the future.
    In this webinar we will discuss what the evolution of Teams as the primary client for intelligent communications in Office 365 means to you and your organisation both now and in the future. In addition, we will cover points pertaining to the management of Teams and its associated workloads; as well as Skype for Business on premises.

    Presenters:
    Alex Bennett, Snr Vice President: Workplace Productivity , Dimension Data
    Ross Bitove, VP Sales, Managed Cloud Services for Microsoft, Dimension Data
    Phillip Priestly: Practice Lead, Workplace Productivity
  • The digital social world. Impacts & opportunities for businesses, jobs & society
    The digital social world. Impacts & opportunities for businesses, jobs & society Debra Bordignon, CTO Dimension Data Australia & Scott Gibson Digital Practice Dimension Data Recorded: Nov 23 2017 63 mins
    Every business is impacted by global digital disruption.
    Even the most successful and iconic 20th century businesses must transform to remain relevant and retain their leadership in the 21st.

    Tech-savvy start-ups with natively digital business models regard this point in time as the best time in the history of the world to invent something.
    The world is buzzing with technology-driven opportunities leveraging the solid platform provided over the past 30 years, birthed from the Internet, then mobility, social
    and now the massive scale of cloud computing and the Internet of Things.

    Join this webinar to learn how your business can leverage the opportunities of digital disruption.

    Speakers:
    Debra Bordignon, CTO, Strategist and Innovation Executive, DD Australia
    Scott Gibson, Group Executive: Digital Practice, Dimension Data Group
  • IT Trends in 2018: Customer Experience
    IT Trends in 2018: Customer Experience Joe Manuele, Rob Allman, Dino Marasco from Dimension Data Recorded: Nov 9 2017 45 mins
    Businesses continue to transform their operations from the inside out to put customers at the centre of everything they do. In 2018 we will see more organisations take advantage of technologies such as the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence to modernise their way of working and deliver a leading digital customer experience.

    In this webinar we look at how emerging technologies are changing customer expectations and share insight into how companies can use such technologies to further enhance the customer experience in in the coming year.

    Speakers:
    • Joe Manuele, Group Executive, Customer Experience and Workplace Productivity, Dimension Data
    • Rob Allman, Customer Experience and Workplace Productivity Practice-lead: Customer Experience, Dimension Data
    • Dino Marasco: Customer Experience and Workplace Productivity: Go-to-Market Lead, Dimension Data
  • IT Trends in 2018: Digital Workplace
    IT Trends in 2018: Digital Workplace Joe Manuele, Alex Bennett from Dimension Data Recorded: Nov 8 2017 46 mins
    New digital and virtual technologies continue to reshape the way we work. From AI-driven virtual assistants to the growing use of smart devices, many workplaces are in the midst of a transformation that will only gain momentum in years to come.

    Looking to 2018, businesses will need to embrace a digital-first approach as they look to attract and hire a millennial workforce. A connected digital workplace will become the new form of employee empowerment and reap major rewards in engagement and productivity for companies that get it right.

    In this webinar our experts will take a deeper dive into the digital workplace trends that will define 2018 and outline the technologies that will help businesses foster an engaged workforce.

    Speakers:
    • Joe Manuele, Group Executive, Customer Experience and Workplace Productivity; Dimension Data
    • Alex Bennet, Group End-user Computing GTM Director, Workspace Productivity, Dimension Data
  • IT Trends in 2018: Cybersecurity
    IT Trends in 2018: Cybersecurity Matthew Gyde Cybersecurity, & Craig Jett Global Security, Dimension Data Recorded: Nov 1 2017 47 mins
    2017 saw a wave of high profile hacks, Ransomware attacks and data security breaches which pushed cybersecurity even further up the business agenda. With customers more concerned about this issue than ever before, companies are turning to technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, blockchain and deep learning software to help them in the fight against digital crime and secure customer data.

    In this webinar we explore how the threat of cybercrime has evolved and advise how these technologies and others can help companies strengthen their defences in 2018.

    Speakers:
    Matthew Gyde, Group Executive, Cybersecurity Dimension Data
    Craig Jett
    VP, Global Security Strategy & Consulting Dimension Data
  • Digital Crisis or Redemption – The Uncomfortable Truth
    Digital Crisis or Redemption – The Uncomfortable Truth Matthew Saskin, Managing Principal Consultant, Dimension Data & Brad Snedeker, Director, Calabrio Innovation Center Recorded: Nov 1 2017 55 mins
    High-performing disruptors are outpacing established market leaders by committing to the opportunity created by the digital revolution. The digital dilemma in enterprises is deepening and organizations must choose a path between digital crisis or redemption. This is the clear message from the 2017 Global Customer Experience (CX) Benchmarking Report. Mark Angus will moderate a lively discussion between Dimension Data's Matthew Saskin and Calabrio's Brad Snedeker on top trends highlighted in the report.
  • Is your network ready for….security threats of tomorrow?
    Is your network ready for….security threats of tomorrow? Rahsaan Akbar, Principal Consultant at Dimension Data Rich Wonders, Enterprise Networking Architect at Cisco Recorded: Oct 31 2017 59 mins
    Did you know that 3 out of every 4 network devices has at least one known security vulnerability? Join networking experts from Dimension Data and Cisco as we discuss the intuitive network and components necessary to help protect your network from ransomware and intrusions.
  • IT Trends in 2018: Hybrid Cloud
    IT Trends in 2018: Hybrid Cloud Dan Greengarten and Anton Jooste from Dimension Data Recorded: Oct 31 2017 28 mins
    Cloud-based systems are democratising access to modern technology, giving smaller players the opportunity to quickly scale up and serve a growing customer base with minimal IT investment. This is particularly attractive in vertical markets where shrinking talent pools have seen companies rely more heavily on cloud-based automation.

    2018 will bring significant opportunities for businesses moving to the cloud, particularly for those looking to transform the way they work and better serve customers. For established players, a hybrid approach to the cloud will allow them to roll-out new products and services quickly and protect their market share without having to invest in full-scale IT transformation.

    In this webinar, we will highlight how hybrid cloud system can support business success and share tips on how companies can navigate an increasingly digital landscape in 2018.

    Speakers:
    • Dan Greengarten, SVP, Sales, Cloud Services, and Alliances, Dimension Data
    • Anton Jooste, Group Principal Director: Internet of Things, Networking, Dimension Data

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