December is a time to Reflect!

I can’t help feeling a bit nostalgic at this time of year! And when I look back at the last three years, and I go through all the things XCentral has achieved, I think we have so much to reflect on and be proud of. 

Why 'Mobile First, Cloud First' Means Security First

In this blog, I’m continuing the security theme, but I’m going to take a look at how Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) is ensuring mobility, cloud and security can all work hand in hand.

WHY CYBERCRIME MAKES ME THINK ABOUT MY RESPONSIBILITIES AS A BUSINESS OWNER.

Before I begin, I’d just like to make one thing clear: I’m a marketer and a business owner – not a technical guru. So when I read headlines about hackers, cyber attacks and identity theft, my response is to understand whether my business is vulnerable and what I can do to protect it. Although I do...

Need Redundancy, Disaster Recovery? Don't buy that 2nd server!

For over ten years at XCentral, we have served, and continue to serve businesses of all sizes, whom all have differing IT requirements that are an outcome of their respective business goals & requirements. What is clear is that it's not only Enterprise size business that need high quality and...

XCentral WINS Excellence in Managed Service MAPA Award

 

Windows 10, Windows-as-a-Service, Free or Not?

                 

XCentral - Finalist in the 2015 ARN ICT Industry Awards

Good news again! After being recognised as a finalist in the 2015 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards, we’re proud to announce we are also finalists for SMB Partner of the Year in the 2015 ARN ICT Industry Awards.

XCentral - Microsoft Australia Partner Awards 2015 Finalist

XCentral has been named a finalist in the Microsoft Australia Partner Awards for Excellence in Managed Service. Sydney, NSW, Australia — August 6, 2015 — Today, XCentral proudly announced it has been named as a finalist of the 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards for Excellence in Managed...

So you’re on Office 365, Now What? Part 2

                 

So you’re on Office 365, Now What? Part 1