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.
Matthew Gyde, Group Executive, Cybersecurity Dimension Data
VP, Global Security Strategy & Consulting Dimension Data
RecordedNov 1 201747 mins
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Wayne Speechly: Principal Director, Dimension Data
We’ve all heard that everything is becoming connected. Organisations are gaining great insights from data collected all over. How this data is leveraged allows better decision making and more operationally efficient business practices. But, are organisations capitalising on the opportuning of allowing machines to creating more meaningful relationships. When organisations partner human-beings and technology, they’re able to change profitability. Getting technology to change human behaviour is where advantage lies, this is how to monetise your people better today!
Mark Thomas from Dimension Data and Rob Kraus from NTT Security
In 2018, cryptojacking (also known as illicit coin mining), while still in its infancy, caught many organisations off-guard. This, along with a record increase in vulnerabilities in the last year, are exposed in the latest NTT Security Global Threat Intelligence Report. In this webinar, we explore the findings of the Report and provide insights to help maintain and improve your cybersecurity posture.
Geoff Sinn, Practice Manager of Networking & Chris Lawton, Director of Networking – Americas, Dimension Data
Transforming the network you have to the network you need
Part 1 of a 3-part webinar series on SD-WAN
Join us for an overview of what SD-WAN is and why you need to deploy a SD-WAN solution. Geoff will cover the impact of hybrid IT and cloud applications on legacy networks. Chris will discuss the details behind the SD-WAN solution. Let Dimension Data show you how a SD-WAN solution can help you:
•Enhance business agility and productivity
•Improve your end user experiences
•Optimize network cost and performance
•Improve application response times
Moderator: Dan Raywood Speakers: Rory Duncan, Jenn Black, Darren Thomson
Is cloud security your top priority, or it is languishing somewhere on a never-ending to do list?
A user-driven cloud revolution has left IT and security professionals struggling to establish visibility of data and services, and unable to regain control of the risks associated with dispersed data and multiple cloud identities. So how should organizations regain control and begin putting the “frogs back into the box” for multi-cloud security?
In this webinar, we will look at how to get ahead with cloud, build a ‘cloud culture’ into your business, underpinned by a platform approach to avoid further complicating the picture to get the most from the cloud, whilst also managing the challenges of data everywhere, multiple cloud identities, mobile connections and global compliance.
What are the common pitfalls for multi-cloud security and how to avoid them?
Why and how to establish visibility of what has been deployed to the cloud
When to mirror on-premise security controls in the cloud
How to establish threat protection in a multi-cloud environment
Kevin Vermaak: Cape Epic Race Founder and Wolf Stinnes: Dimension Data Chief Solutions Architect
Connecting the Cape Epic across all terrains is no small feat. Dimension Data's technology solution delivers a world class digital solution to the public, the riders, the fans and the event organisers, in some of the most remote, rugged and beautiful parts of the world. We’ll be joined by the founder of the Cape Epic, Kevin Vermaak and Dimension Data’s Chief Solutions Architect as we delve into exactly how this incredible race all comes together.
Guillermo Diaz Jr, SVP, Customer Transformation, Cisco & Rob Lopez, Group Executive - Digital Infrastructure, Dimension Data
Technology is transforming and disrupting business and the workplace. Guillermo Diaz and Rob Lopez exchange views on the role of technology in creating an extensible workplace that enables competitive differentiation.
Dilip Kumar, Chief Operations Officer, Group Services, Dimension Data
In a world of digital transformation and increasing demands of end users, how do you ensure you are delivering a service that meets client expectations whilst also ensuring a superior client experience? Most traditional operating models fall short of meeting clients’ needs, limiting their experiences.
At Dimension Data, we recognized that our traditional operation model fell short of meeting client expectations as we transformed our client experience through a data-driven transformation. Organized around the clients’ journey with us and internal journeys (end-end process), we redesigned our operating model, producing 30-50% productivity gains and achieving 3% revenue growth. Hear how we’ve successfully modernised our traditional onsite support services to remote services through objective, client-centric, and data-driven digital capabilities.
Vaughn Booyens, SAP Solution Architect S/4HANA and Marco Bronze, SAP Enteprise Architect S/4HANA
The Dimension Data S/4HANA Roadmap design service offers a bottom-up review of your SAP Assets through a software led approach as well as a top down business led approach using standard SAP Reports i.e the Pathfinder, S/4HANA Readiness check and Solution Manager tools like Custom Code Management. The information gathered by these tools and the corresponding outputs/deliverables enable you to make an informed decisions on your S/4HANA Future State.
The objective and value we offer with the SAP ERP to S/4HANA Roadmap design is to evaluate existing customer data, interfaces, processes, custom code, data volume, security, architecture and people to provide options on the planned deployment approach.
Further outputs include the destination, On-Premise, HEC, Hybrid or Private Cloud inclusive of the associated future state SAP Architecture
In turn, this will mitigate risk for both Dimension Data and our customers to provide a business outcome for the new Digital core and provide a clear scope for your initiative.
Vaughn Booyens : SAP Solution Architect S/4HANA Strategy and Roadmap design.
Marco Bronze : SAP Enteprise Architect S/4HANA
Chris Sidwell-Smith, Systems Engineer, Palo Alto Networks
PAN-OS®9.0, the latest release of the Palo Alto Networks software that powers their next-generation firewalls, keeps you on the cutting edge with tightly integrated innovations. It simplifies your operations through analytics and automation while giving you consistent protection through exceptional visibility and control across the data center, perimeter, branch, mobile and cloud networks.
Join this short webinar to learn all the new enhanced features and how some of the 60+ new capabilities helps prevent successful cyberattacks.
•New DNS security service disrupts attacks using machine learning
•Policy tool to deploy best practices with confidence
•Secure high-performance environments at greater scale
Richard K. Peters (Fortinet), Warren Small (Dimension Data), Stan Gibson (IDG Strategic Marketing Services)
With digital transformation top of mind and the rapid convergence of IT and OT networks, many organizations are not ready for the attacks and threats they are facing. For OT networks, this is nothing short of a cybersecurity crisis. A comprehensive solution is needed that delivers complete OT network architecture visibility, control, and real-time situational awareness that is implemented with the knowledge and skills of OT experts.
During this webinar, industry leaders from Dimension Data, NTT and Fortinet will discuss the best practices and technologies available to enable organizations to outmaneuver known and unknown attackers and protect their industrial control systems environments.
Richard K. Peters
Director, Operational Technology Global Enablement, Fortinet
Senior Vice President Transformation and Practise Director, Secure Digital Workplace, Cyber Security, Dimension Data
Contributing Editor, IDG Strategic Marketing Services
Rob Allman - SVP Customer Experience, Dimension Data; Dr Harsh Vinayak - SVP of BPO and R&D, NTT Data
Robotic process automation is quickly becoming an integral part of the new CX delivery model. Technologies like predictive analytics, machine learning, and cognitive computing are becoming more powerful. But what does this mean for your customer and for your business?
We will be discussing the application of these technologies in a real world CX automation context.
Wayne Speechly: Principal Director, Dimension Data and Richard Sutherland: Global Technical Account Manager, Intel
Mainstream Artificial Intelligence (AI) may still be in its infancy, but it offers real business benefits today. Join Wayne Speechly and Richard Sutherland as they discuss how AI is penetrating the workplace and how it is causing business leaders to rethink how they run their organisations.
Rob Allman - SVP Customer Experience, Dimension Data and Mike Wells Senior Director - CX Consulting
We focus our attention on unpacking and defining the core components required when developing a market leading CX roadmap, with the customer placed at the centre. We will be supporting these components with some of our latest research and insights found in our 2019 Global Customer Experience Benchmarking Report.
John Plaskett and Mark Burton from Dimension Data and Riverbed
The evolving application landscape is forcing organisations to put the user at the centre of IT infrastructure plans. The hybrid environment and distributed nature of applications has changed the way organisations manage their IT infrastructure, moving end-user experience management into the spotlight. Today - and in the future - end-user experience management will be the single most important element in understanding how IT services are being delivered.
Join John Plaskett and Mark Burton from Dimension Data and Riverbed for a discussion on why end user experience management should form the heart of any technology infrastructure management strategy.
•Why you should be prioritising end-user experience management as your key infrastructure management metric.
•How keeping your users happy is key to delivering business value now and in the future.
•How evaluating performance from an end-user perspective may reveal surprising insights and can help you measure ROI on key technology projects
The past year has seen a number of high-profile cybersecurity breaches come to light, not to mention the biggest change to data regulation in decades. The consequences of a security breach can result in significant fines and reputational damage, meaning that security is no longer an IT challenge, but a business challenge.
With business leaders now confident that digital is here to stay, they’re also recognizing their business success relies on them being secure by design.
This change in mindset is happening at various levels throughout the organization. Business leaders are realizing that cybersecurity must be aligned with their overall business goals and, moreover, that they must be cybersecurity-conscious at every point in their digital transformation journey.
In this webinar, we will explore:
•How and why organizations now must be secure by design
•How cybersecurity is becoming intelligence driven
•What to consider when preparing for this cultural shift
Nathan Vandenberg, General Manager – Data Centre, Dimension Data & Sean Bedford, Cloud Engineer, Google
Your enterprise is on a journey to become an on-demand digital business. Your data centre must be able to adapt and scale to achieve your desired digital outcomes. Emerging technology such as containers can unlock a myriad of operational and cost benefits to accelerate your move to a next-generation data centre.
A 451 Research report commissioned by Dimension Data* found that 52% of enterprises are using container technology to transform that way work is done in their data centre.
Containers solve the problem of portability and getting software to operate reliably when moved from one computing environment to another. In a next-generation data centre, containers achieve benefits including automation of workload provisioning, ability to scale and orchestration across technology.
Join Dimension Data and Google on this webinar to find out how your business can take advantage of the opportunities presented by containers. We’ll discuss how containers work, the difference between virtualisation and containers, existing barriers in this space, how you can extend containers to the cloud and the benefits for your business.
If you believe you can do anything, we’re here to help you do it.
Dimension Data uses the power of technology to help organisations achieve great things in the digital era. As a member of the NTT Group we accelerate our clients’ ambitions through digital infrastructure, hybrid cloud, workspaces for tomorrow, and cybersecurity. With a turnover of USD 7.4 billion, offices in 46 countries and legal entities in 68 countries, and 30,000 employees, we deliver wherever our clients are, at every stage of their technology journey. We’re proud to be the Official Technology Partner of Amaury Sport Organisation, organiser of the Tour de France, and the title partner of the cycling team, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka.