#computersecurity | #networkplus | Datacom flags trans-Tasman opportunities – Reseller News

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Cloud and platforms, cyber security and the modernisation of systems are just some of the areas of growth and opportunity seen by Datacom as it works to help its customers navigate a pandemic-hit market and plot their pathways out of it. 

“As the market adjusts to hybrid working, remote connectivity and online presence, we’re experiencing heightened demand in our cloud and platforms business,” Datacom Australia managing director Alexandra Coates said.

“Customers are looking to determine what mix of cloud solutions will best help them address their business needs securely, and unlock the value of applications like Salesforce, Dynamics 365 and Pega,” she added. 

At the same time, Coates noted that the company is also seeing rapidly growing demand for the modernisation of systems and, as ever, the move to the cloud will help continue to transform Datacom’s customers across Australia and New Zealand in both public and commercial sectors. 

While Coates heads up the New Zealand-headquartered IT service provider’s Australian business, her observations are true for the company’s operations on both sides of the Tasman.              

Indeed, Datacom’s trans-Tasman cyber security practice also continues to grow, as security incidents increase and organisations take steps to better prepare themselves for the evolving cybersecurity landscape. 

According to Coates, this growth comes amid a global shortage of trained cyber security experts, a factor contributing to the company’s partnership earlier this year with Auckland-based Unitec Institute of Technology, which aims to fill the security skills gap by offering a one-year vocational diploma in cybersecurity.

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