As strategic technology partner to RAC Insurance, Satalyst is proud to announce that RACI was awarded "Best Insurer: Technology" at the Asia Insurance Technology Awards (AITAs) for 2015. The awards were announced at the 4th Asia Insurance CIO Technology Summit held 1-2 September in Jakarta, Indonesia.
RACI's 2015 AITAs winning nomination showcased a collection of digital projects that were led and executed by Satalyst project teams.Read More
General availability for Windows 10 is due on July 29, 2015. Satalyst Software Architect, Damien Herbert, attended the Microsoft 2015 Ignite conference in Chicago last month and heard firsthand about the many new features and capabilities Enterprise has to look forward to with Windows 10. One of the many that excites us is Azure Active Directory Join. Azure AD Join is the functionality that registers a device with Windows 10 in Azure AD to enable centralised management. It means users can be connected to the cloud through Azure AD, enabling simplified Windows configuration and deployments. It will allow seamless single sign-on access from a Windows device to apps and resources in the cloud, such as Office 365 and plethora of business applications that rely on Azure AD for authentication. Azure AD Join will work on devices that don’t have the traditional domain join capabilities. With Azure AD Join, Windows authenticates directly to Azure AD, so no Domain Controller is required. Windows 10 devices that are joined to Azure AD will also provide single sign-on access to on-premises resources when connected to the corporate network and from anywhere with the Azure AD Application Proxy. Azure AD Join will bring significant flexibility and…Read More
Office 365 – Microsoft’s cloud productivity suite – is now locally hosted in Australian datacentres. With Office 365, Dynamics CRM Online and Azure all delivered out of Australian datacentres, Microsoft Azure is Australia’s most complete cloud. This means Satalyst can deliver to customers geo-redundant backup and faster performance for Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online in a completely secure cloud environment. Customers can see that their data is not only held, but also backed up in Australia. This helps customers address data residency considerations, particularly in sectors such as healthcare, education, government and financial services. Microsoft has completed the formal security assessment for the Australian Government’s Independent Registered Assessors Program (IRAP). This assessment approves Office 365 for processing, storing and transmitting unclassified sensitive government data and covers Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Skype for Business, as well as Microsoft’s cloud and infrastructure operations and Australian data centre facilities. This news builds on Microsoft’s recent ISO 27018 announcement for Azure, Office 365, CRM Online and Intune. Microsoft’s comprehensive approach to global and local certifications ensures Azure is a cloud customers can trust – verified by third parties.Read More