Nothing could have prepared us for Covid-19 and the shock waves it sent through society and the economy. Now as the dust starts to settle and we develop new ways of working, the race is on to maintain productivity. And quite simply, digital transformation is the way to do it.
If you’re using the Microsoft suite of services, you probably have a good grasp of why direct connections to the Microsoft cloud are beneficial. However, as our team dived into conversations with customers looking to use ExpressRoute, we noticed there’s some misunderstanding around its suitability for accessing Office 365 and Teams.
Kordia has augmented its digital transformation capabilities in New Zealand following the purchase of Auckland-based boutique cloud consultancy and leading container specialist Emerging Technology Partners.
Kordia is pleased to announce that it is now able to offer Azure ExpressRoute from a local Point of Presence (PoP) in New Zealand, in addition to their existing PoP in Sydney.
I frequently hear the question, “If everything is in the Cloud and we now have 10 or 20 times the bandwidth we used to have, do we still need the complexity of quality of service?” It’s a good question...