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Businesses advised to simplify cloud services
"With a greater number of cloud vendors in use it becomes increasingly important to consider your approach to data and vendor management."
Intergen eyes Auckland growth as it gets even closer to its partners
Intergen is on the move as the company eyes up increasing growth in the Auckland market and opens new offices to be closer to its key partners.
Beyond CRM: advanced analytics vital
“Data, used properly, can transform the way an organisation does business and improve its customers’ experience."
Connected devices a security flaw within the workplace
“Unfortunately, like any other connected desktop or internet-based application, such solutions can pose security vulnerabilities."
Empired faces second round of ASX questions
Empired has faced a fresh round of questioning from the ASX over the timing of its latest trading update following recent trading activity.
Empired denies leak as ASX questions share drop
Empired has been forced to respond to questions from the ASX after its share price dropped and trading volumes soared.
This is not a democracy: Controlling cloud sprawl
"Cloud has proven to be a democratic force for many organisations, but this sense of democracy is leading to the growing phenomenon of cloud sprawl."
Is it time to review your legacy applications?
“Companies that still have legacy applications need to look at the risks and benefits of moving to the cloud.”
Empired inks $10 million Horizon Power deal
Empired continues its multi-million dollar run, signing a $10 million, five year infrastructure managed services contract with Horizon Power.
Empired inks $10m Victoria DET deal
Empired has secured a $10m services contract with the Victoria Department of Education and Training to provide infrastructure technical services.
Are information silos costing your business?
Empired is urging organisations to cultivate a culture of sharing to prevent silos of information which can cost the business money.
Empired powers up new $12m contract
Empired has secured a seven year, $12 million managed services contract with Western Power.
'Watershed' year sees Empired break all financial records
Empired has continued its rapid climb reporting record financials for FY15, including 94% increases in revenue and EBITDA and a 135% NPAT increase.
IT-as-a-service - what are the benefits?
“More organisations are moving towards ITaaS models and reaping the benefits.”
EY glory for Empired's Russell Baskerville
Empired managing director Russell Baskervill has won the 2015 EY Entrepreneur of the Year in the Western Region Services category.
Empired joins Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle
Empired has won a place in the prestigious Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle - an elite group of Dynamics partners.
Enterprises under-utilising IT departments
Organisations that view their IT department as nothing more than technical support may be missing out on opportunities.
Why IT managers should go with a managed service provider
Organisations that choose to partner with a MSP may have an edge over those who manage their ICT infrastructure internally, says Empired.
Empired ups revenue expectations; full steam ahead for FY16
Empired has upgraded its revenue expectations for 2015 and 2016 on the back of contract success and rapid expansion across Australia and New Zealand.
Empired strikes oil with second oil and gas win this week
Empired continues winning streak with second oil and gas sector deal this week, this time netting $10 million in a three year contract.
Empired continues winning streak with $15m InterOil deal
Empired makes good on last month's promise of securing more big contracts, winning a $15 million deal with InterOil.
Empired signs $20 million Rio Tinto deal
Empired has won a $20 million contract with Rio Tinto to provide application managed services across more than 170 applications.
Why you should move your business to Azure cloud
"As costs come down, and features and functionality become more comprehensive, not moving to the cloud means you risk being left behind.”
Aussie company claims Kiwi govt win - with Kiwi tech
Australian IT services company Empired has won a $12 million contract with the Kiwi government agency, the Ministry of Primary Industries.