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Resource Service: Infrastructure

September 13, 2021
Park Hyatt Sydney

Park Hyatt Sydney is part of Hyatt Hotels Corporation, an American multinational hospitality company that manages and franchises luxury hotels, resorts, and vacation properties. Park Hyatt hotels are mid-sized, residential luxury hotels in cities considered premier destinations. The Sydney-based hotel had a traditional 3 tier environment, and by implementing Lenovo HX for Nutanix, the business […]

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September 13, 2021
CBRE

To centralise applications in Asia Pacific and ensure reliable Data Recovery and Backups, CBRE retired its legacy tool and implemented VMWare View VDI on Nutanix Hyper Converged Infrastructure. As a result, CBRE realized a competitive advantage in the marketplace due to reduced risk of data loss and the ability to easily scale out.  

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September 13, 2021
Rugby Australia

Rugby Australia (formerly known as Australian Rugby Union until 2017), is the governing body of rugby union in Australia. It also manages Australia’s national rugby union teams, including the Wallabies, Wallaroos, and the Men’s and Women’s Sevens. By implementing Cisco Meraki for the new Headquarters WIFI, the National Sporting team realised ease of management, availability, […]

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September 13, 2021
Retail Point of Systems Upgrade for Bakers Delight

When Bakers Delight migrated more than 700 bakeries across Australia and New Zealand onto point-of-sale terminals in 2006, it turned to ASI Solutions to provide ongoing management, support and maintenance. ASI immediately established specific break/fix service level agreements for Bakers Delight urban and regional locations to meet its requirements for quick response times and low […]

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August 1, 2021
ASI Solutions closes the FY21 financial year with record revenues

ASI Solutions closed the 2021 financial year with revenues in excess of $160m, with a strong performance balanced across the commercial, education and Government markets.

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April 16, 2021
Hyundai Australia

Hyundai Australia needed to refresh their Desktop Environment. The deployment of VMware View not only ticked this box but enabled fast deployment of new applications, to which is rapid growth and achieving market success. This solution has also enabled work flexibility and mobility, increased access security, centralized management and has greatly decreased issues arising from […]

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October 19, 2020
ASI Solutions completes MCG upgrade along with Toshiba

ASI Solutions is proud to announce that, in conjunction with Toshiba, we have completed a fully scaled system upgrade across the stadiums point-of-sale systems. Bringing in 500 new terminals, including EFTPOS machines and upgrading IP gate-ways across this great structure, giving tens of thousands of fans a faster and extremely more reliable experience.  

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September 29, 2020
Catholic Education Diocese of Wagga Wagga

The Catholic Education Diocese of Wagga Wagga is in rural NSW, stretching from Khancoban in the east to Griffith in the west. The Catholic Education Diocese of Wagga Wagga (CEDWW) supports the 31 primary and secondary schools and 8500 students in the diocese. It acts as a central hub providing core services of HR, finance, […]

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September 24, 2020
Sanity Music

Sanity Music is Australia’s ‘go-to’ for music, TV, movies, gaming and puzzles. An established local icon, Sanity’s familiar brand can be found on no less than 155 stores across every state and territory in the country. Since 1992, Sanity has ridden the wave of entertainment technology through very many changes, and still delivers what its […]

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June 12, 2020
University of Auckland

Datrium, the leader in cloud-native disaster recovery with ransomware protection, today announced that The University of Auckland in New Zealand has selected Datrium DVX and Datrium DRaaS with VMware Cloud on AWS solutions to modernize its infrastructure by leveraging the cloud and unifying compute, storage, backup and disaster recovery (DR).

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