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Lenovo + Nutanix = a Winning Combination

Posted by Amanda Bowen on Apr 20, 2017 2:53:47 PM


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Topics: Nutanix, Lenovo

Event: Hyperconvergence Breakfast in Cairns

Posted by Amanda Bowen on Oct 13, 2016 10:30:00 AM

BES is inviting you to breakfast in Cairns focussing on the topic Hyperconvergence. Why do you need it? What are your choices?

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Topics: Nutanix, Events, hyperconverged

June Updates – Storage Craft, 80” Interactive Panels and Nutanix Upgrades

Posted by Dylan Mapp on Jun 20, 2016 12:53:49 PM

As the financial year draws to a close in a few weeks, we are busy doing hardware refreshes in lots of Brisbane and Logan based businesses. There is still time to get in contact if you are looking to purchase any last minute hardware before June 30. Simplified depreciation rules apply to most assets under $20,000. Talk to your accountant and check out this link we sent last month: )

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Topics: Nutanix, 80 inch interactive panels, Storage Craft, Audio Visual

Why are Schools Replacing Legacy Infrastructure with Hyperconverged Solutions?

Posted by The BES Sales Team on Oct 13, 2015 8:58:00 AM

Why are schools choosing hyperconverged solutions such as Nutanix over legacy infrastructure?

Some of the top reasons include:

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Topics: Nutanix, hyperconverged, Queensland Schools, Education

Collaborate Using Your Graphics-Intensive Applications From Anywhere

Posted by John Dowd on May 14, 2015 5:32:00 PM

How much more competitive would our businesses be, if we could harness the skills of staff members around the world to work on projects?

What if we could use staff in different time zones to rush work out to clients faster than our competitors?

Collaboration is getting easier; Skype for Business, Webex. We can meet up virtually to talk. We can send emails, chat, work collaboratively on Word or Excel documents - but real-world applications that businesses rely on do not necessarily lend themselves to a collaborative work place environment.

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Topics: Nutanix, VDI, Internet speeds, hyperconverged, graphics applications, virtual desktop server farm, autocad

Streamline VDI with Nutanix

Posted by Amanda Bowen on Oct 21, 2014 4:39:00 PM

Designing a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure is an involved process that traditionally involves sourcing expensive and hard-to-manage external storage arrays.

Since we’ve been working with Nutanix over the last year, we’ve discovered the multiple ways that this hyper-converged technology can improve efficiencies within an organisations’ IT infrastructure.

Never heard of Nutanix? Watch this videoor check out our earlier posts

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Topics: Nutanix, Virtual Desktop, VDI

Brisbane Event: The Latest Trends in IT: Wireless, Storage, Security and More!

Posted by Ingrid Taylor on Aug 7, 2014 10:30:00 AM

Are you interested in the latest trends in Technology?

Do you understand Microsoft Office 365?

Have you heard about the paradigm shift in server and storage?

Where is security heading?

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Topics: xirrus, Nutanix, Fortinet

Nutanix and DataSpot: Data Centre Upgrades

Posted by Dylan Mapp on Apr 10, 2014 10:00:00 AM

After our first blog post on Nutanix back in February, we've been inundated with enquiries as the buzz increases around this revolution in Compute and Storage.  Several of our major non-profits and corporate clients have now chosen Nutanix for their data centre upgrades.  Following suit, our private data centre, DataSpot, has selected Nutanix for its 2014 expansion.

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Topics: Compute and Storage,, Nutanix

Nutanix - A Fork in the Road for Compute and Storage

Posted by The BES Sales Team on Feb 7, 2014 9:59:00 AM



What do Google, eBay, Amazon and Microsoft have in common in their data centres? They use a distributed file system to give speed, flexibility and scalability. 

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Topics: Flash Storage, Compute and Storage,, Virtualisation Workload, Nutanix, Distributed File Systems, Software Defined Data Centre, SDDC

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